Egypt Delays Presidential Pick

    CAIRO, EGYPT - JUNE 18: Egyptians supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood celebrate a premature victory for their presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi in Tahrir Square on June 18, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian candidates Mohamed Morsi and Ahmed Shafiq contested in the second round of voting for the country's president held over two days of voting last weekend. Despite official results not having been announced, the Muslim Brotherhood are claiming victory for their presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi as unofficial tallies suggested he had won a majority. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak /Getty Images)

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    Who's your president? The answer is still unknown in Egypt, where authorities confirm the winner of the presidential runoff race will likely be unknown until June 21. Judges are reviewing some 400 election complaints from both campaigns. Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi claimed early victory over former Hosni Mubarak minister Ahmed Shafiq on Sunday before polls had closed. The ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which assumed presidential power after Mubarak was ousted, says it will hand over power once one candidate is deemed the winner. Mubarak’s health, which has wavered over the last 24 hours, was greatly improved Wednesday, his lawyers saying he could make a “full recovery.”

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