Egyptian presidential election produced the first round most likely outcome to polarize - Muslim Brotherhood Mubarak old guard v
last presidential race in Egypt is now certain to be among the candidates of the Muslim Brotherhood and a former Air Force general, who is widely regarded as a strong supporter of ousted President Hosni Mubarak, has been confirmed.
according to final results announced by the country's electoral commission said that the round of presidential elections next month will face Mohamed Morsi the Freedom and Justice Brotherhood against Ahmed Shafiq, a law and order candidates and Mubarak last Prime Minister.
Of all the possible outcomes of the first round of the competition in two stages, the more polarized between the brothers long forbidden - the oldest Islamist movement - against a secular figure is considered a vestige of the old regime.
For many supporters of the revolution that toppled Mubarak saw after 30 years in February 2011, he was a "nightmare" for the results of the first election of the Egyptian president that the result is known to advance.
supporters of losing candidates expected to complaints about irregularities, including voter fraud produced a different result. But the electoral commission rejected all calls after the vote has a new control.
also rejected as a "false rumor", says that 600,000 police and soldiers had voted illegally to increase Shafiq account.Protesters torched the campaign headquarters
Shafiq in Cairo on Monday evening, Egyptian television reported. Private property Al-Hayat channel broadcast images of a fire, he said, was in the campaign office and Shafiq was apparently caused by a group of protesters. He said there were no injuries.Karama party has said it will boycott the second round on 16 and 17 June "The party rejects the notion of the Muslim Brotherhood dominates the legislative bodies of the country. And also rejects the idea of ??handing power to the remnants of the former regime [Mubarak]."
distraught activist shouted: "What we say to the martyrs and their families" A cry Nayel Deena said: "I feel down the old regime still prevails Shafiq Morsi and sold blood of the Egyptians ... "
Another activist, Atef Ezz El-Din, was angry, but not intimidated. "It simply means that the revolution continues. Either do it or we all die."
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