Egyptians will go to the polls on 8 April to vote for their town, city, district and provincial councils. The elections, which will take place from 08.00 until 19.00, should have been held in 2006 but were postponed for two years following the unexpected success of the Muslim Brotherhood in parliamentary elections the year before. The radical Islamic movement has been officially banned in Egypt since 1954. However its members took 88 seats in the 454-member lower chamber of parliament as independent candidates in the 2005 elections, making it the country

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