Egyptians have congregated in the thousands on Cairo's Tahrir Square in anticipation of the election results that could make or break the revolution. Egypt remains in political deadlock amid fears the results could trigger a fresh bout of violence.
Supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi have vowed to embark on a “new revolution” should rival Ahmed Shariq take the presidency. They say Morsi's loss will prove that the ruling military tampered with the polls.
Egypt’s electoral committee has said that the results of the much-contested presidential vote will be announced Sunday. The new president was to be declared on Thursday, but the announcement was pushed back by the committee to investigate multiple allegations of election fraud.