2110 GMT: Security sources say 16 people died and more than 100 were injured during Sunday's elections. They claim the victims died from heart attacks, diabetic coma. and fights.
2100 GMT: In the Upper Egyptian city of Qena, hundreds of people gathered today in front of an administrative building of the governorate to protest the alleged rigging of the vote against independent candidate Alnumeiry Rashwan in the city of Niqada.
Streets around the governorate’s administrative complex were closed and the city was put under tight security.
In Niqada, two candidates of the ruling National Democratic Party are in a run-off.
1150 GMT: Another set of preliminary results give the ruling National Democratic Party 170 of the 508 contested Parliamentary seats so far. "Independent" candidates of the Muslim Brotherhood, currently the largest opposition group with 88 seats but officially barred from putting up candidates, has not won a single contest in the first round.
Legal opposition parties have won six seats in the first round, two of which went to the Wafd Party.
The Brotherhood said 21 of its candidates were sure of going into next Sunday's run-offs. Of the 222 Wafd candidates, 13 will be in run-offs.
The newspaper Al-Shurouk summarised in a headline, "An assembly without opposition", adding, "The NDP will essentially be competing against itself."
0900 GMT: Continued indications this morning that the ruling National Democratic Party --- by the will of the Egyptian people or by widespread manipulation --- have almost wiped out opposition in the Parliament.
Independent/opposition MPs who have lost seats include Mostafa Bakry, Alaa Abdel Moneim, Gamal Zahran, Saad Abboud, Mohamed al-Omda and Mostafa al-Guindi.Those from the Muslim Brotherhood who are now out include Saad al-Katatny, Hamdi Hassan, Saad al-Husseiny, Akram al-Shaer, Sobhi Saleh, Mohsen Rady, Farid Ismail, Sabry Khalafallah, Azab Mostafa, Gamal Hanafy, Adel Hamed, Hassanein al-Shoury, and Ahmed Diab.
The Brotherhood, which constituted a nominal opposition in the Parliament with 88 of 518 seats, has yet to post a victory from Sunday. Thirteen Brotherhood candidates, however, are slated to vie for seats in runoff elections.
Only one MP from the secular opposition, Ragab Helal Hemeida of the Musa Mostafa faction of the liberal Ghad Party, has won outright. Fourteen others will be competing in runoffs.