A source from the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) said it was on track to win about 40 percent of votes for party lists, based on results from most districts.
A spokesman for the ultra-conservative Salafi al-Nour Party said its list received about 35 percent of votes.
In the first round of the six-week poll, the FJP won about 37 percent of votes for lists and Nour secured about 24 percent.
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