Egypt holds second stage of parliament election
The remaining deputies will be appointed by Sisi, a former general, whose government over the past six years has launched a severe crackdown on dissent, targeting journalists, bloggers, lawyers and intellectuals.
The first phase of voting took place last weekend in 14 governorates including the Mediterranean city of Alexandria and the south of Egypt.
The second and final phase, which wraps up on Sunday evening, is being held in 13 governorates, including Cairo, the Nile Delta and the Suez Canal.
The new parliament will be the second to convene under Sisi, who took took power in a 2013 military coup, ousting democratically elected but divisive President Mohamed Morsi.
The outgoing legislature, elected in 2015, was packed with Sisi supporters and featured only a small opposition bloc known as 25/30.