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As for Al-Raml constituency in Alexandria, 68 candidates are competing over four seats.
And a number of candidates live in other parts of Birmingham - but none actually live in the Hodge Hill constituency.
Itrat Ali (Conservative) lives in the Dewsbury constituency and three others - Andrew Cooper (Green), Rob Butler (UKIP) and Mike Forster (TUSC) live in the Colne Valley constituency.
I had the pleasure of observing an excellent presentation on the security of constituency offices while attending the Canadian Sergeant-at-Arms Conference in British Columbia.
Fatimah al-Kuwari, a former CMC nominee for the Old Airport constituency, has expressed her intention to stand for constituency nine, which includes Al Thumama, Ras Abu Fontas (north) and Mesaimeer areas, the daily added.
Constituency two: Mohammed Al Sinan (second round winner)
Fourth constituency Isa Abdul-Jabbar Mahmoud Al-Kooheji.
Martin said, "I have already done a lot for this constituency but much more needs to be done.
It was revealed this week the former Health Minister and TD for Swords and Balbriggan awarded grants totalling almost [euro]500,000 to constituency projects over a three-year period.
The commission has appointed IAS Officer Pravin Kumar of Tamil Nadu to ensure free and fair polling in the constituency.
Voters never understood that it was widespread practice, since the Assembly was established in 1999 up until 2007 for candidates rejected by a particular constituency to then secure backdoor election as Assembly members through the regional list and were then even able to claim to represent the very constituency that had rejected them.
3 million in the parliamentary constituency of East Tripura, one third of whom are tribal people.