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The winner of the presidential election in Egypt.
Has still not been officially determined but one side is again claiming victory and several 100000 people.
Are showing their support.
Correspondent -- -- -- live in Cairo where it's just after midnight -- -- Ready did this late hour top -- square is still packed I can hear the roar coming up from it.
It is I looked down there are still people streaming into -- this is a very different groups.
Then the one we net during last year's revolution here the Muslim Brotherhood has organized they're very powerful political machine.
To bring people out from all over Cairo from all over Egypt and they are very clear about what they want.
Cool hundreds of rows deep Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers gathered in the square for noon prayer.
The protests starting again.
Military -- don't.
Just trying to compete in concluding gold country and scored the Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate -- courses we are angry.
The other tour but we are very short and that the.
Around here it's -- -- -- it's a little bit difficult to get a perspective but just how many people there are here saying they will.
I'll leave it tell their man Mohamed Morrissey is declared the president said he.
Around here on the square and isn't easy.
Zoom out you get an idea just how big an area it is just how many people there are.
And also the large encampments they've built so they can live here they tell their demands are met we are playing.
It was about power -- -- -- then this demonstrator asked the crowd if they were with him.
Today more -- announced he was forming his cabinet he's -- -- -- makeshift feet he served as prime minister under President Mubarak.
Has also claimed victory and currently more -- -- the unofficial vote count right 800000.
But just did the county.
The ruling generals dissolve the Muslim Brotherhood control parliament.
And -- whoever wins the presidency of virtually all powers want to believe -- legally what does so you don't think -- well.
I wish I -- -- picture of -- -- case.
Now the election commission has already delayed its results once there is a report out that they will declare a winner tomorrow.
If shifty winds the Muslim Brotherhood promise protests that will make what is behind me look small it more C wins.
The army is still very much a wild card experts say it is highly unlikely at best.
That -- generals here will take orders were brotherhood president.
And that could very easily mean Egyptian revolution version 2.0 -- we'll follow it closely and we Leadbetter live in Cairo Leland thank you.
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