Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi wins (according to FJP) Egypt's presidential elections
On June 16 and 17, Egyptians went to vote in the second round of presidential elections, where Muslim Brother's candidate Mohamed Morsi faced SCAF/Mubarak's candidate Ahmed Shafik.
According to Freedom and Justice Party (Muslim Brotherhood's): Morsi won the elections with 13.237 million votes (51.8%) while Shafik got 12.338 million votes (48.2%).
Shafik lead in Cairo, Portsaid, Luxor, Qalubiya, Sharkia, Monofiya, Gharbiya, Daqahliya, North Sinai and Redsea. Morsi lead across the other governorates.
Official results supposed to be announced within three days after.