Mohammed Morsi declared President of Egypt
The country's election commission announced the official results in a televised press conference, naming Muslim Brotherhood candidate Morsi as the first post-revolution president.
The commission chairman also spoke at length about the various violations made by voters, including fake identity cards and ballot stuffing. In all cases, votes were either recounted or dismissed from the total.
In the end, Morsi received over 13 million votes.
The country's new president was to be declared on Thursday, but the announcement was pushed back by the committee to investigate multiple allegations of election fraud.
The delays have given rise to suspicions that the interim military government is using stalling tactics to cling to power. Last week Egypt’s military leaders dissolved parliament and claimed legislative power.