The controversy and confusion continued in Egypt during the first hours on Monday. In the meantime the Muslim Brotherhood openly expressed their contempt to the military rulers of the nation.
The political Islamist group assured that there was a systematic electoral fraud in the presidential election of the weekend, and that their candidate Mohamed Morsy defeated Ahmed Shafik.
The last Sunday was a historical day for Egypt. The election winner will become the first president of the nation of the North of Africa since the former dictator Hosni Mubarak was overthrown by popular contempt in 2011.
New questions arise about the type of government that the new leader and his influence about the military forces that remain in Egypt. (AV)