Both candidates in what the United States called Egypt's "historic" presidential runoff over the weekend are claiming victory, the latest twist in the country's chaotic political upheaval.
A spokesman for Ahmed Shafik - the last prime minister to serve under deposed President Hosni Mubarak - said Tuesday that Shafik had won, state-run Nile TV reported.
At a news conference, Mahmoud Abu Baraka said the campaign was certain it had the correct numbers.
Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, claimed victory Monday. vowing to build an inclusive government. "No one's rights will be left out of it, and no one will dominate over the other," he said.FULL STORY