After a week marked by street protests, Egypt's electoral commission has said it will announce the presidential election results on Sunday. Supporters of Muslim Brotherhood have camped inside Cairo's Tahrir Square fearing the military rulers might temper with the final results, while rival rallies have been organised in suppport of former prime minister Ahmed Shafik. Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports from Cairo.
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