Hosni Mubarak was ousted from office during the Arab Spring in February of 2012. On June 14, just days before the country's first democratic presidential elections, the Supreme Constitutional Court dissolved Egypt's Islamist-majority parliament. The elections themselves were further marred by confusion when election officials delayed the announcement of a winner, saying they needed more time to investigate charges of electoral abuse.  After the vote, which took place on June 17, supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy have been gathering daily in Tahrir Square. On Sunday, an official announcement declared Morsy the winner and the tension that had been brewing in the crowds all week quickly transformed into euphoria.

Hosni Mubarak was ousted from office during the Arab Spring in February of 2012. On June 14, just days before the country's first democratic presidential elections, the Supreme Constitutional Court dissolved Egypt's Islamist-majority parliament. The elections themselves were further marred by confusion when election officials delayed the announcement of a winner, saying they needed more time to investigate charges of electoral abuse.

After the vote, which took place on June 17, supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy have been gathering daily in Tahrir Square. On Sunday, an official announcement declared Morsy the winner and the tension that had been brewing in the crowds all week quickly transformed into euphoria.

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 Hosni Mubarak was ousted from office during the Arab Spring in February of 2012. On June 14, just days before the country's first democratic presidential elections, the Supreme Constitutional Court dissolved Egypt's Islamist-majority parliament. The elections themselves were further marred by confusion when election officials delayed the announcement of a winner, saying they needed more time to investigate charges of electoral abuse.  After the vote, which took place on June 17, supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy have been gathering daily in Tahrir Square. On Sunday, an official announcement declared Morsy the winner and the tension that had been brewing in the crowds all week quickly transformed into euphoria.
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Hosni Mubarak was ousted from office during the Arab Spring in February of 2012. On June 14, just days before the country's first democratic presidential elections, the Supreme Constitutional Court dissolved Egypt's Islamist-majority parliament. The elections themselves were further marred by confusion when election officials delayed the announcement of a winner, saying they needed more time to investigate charges of electoral abuse.

After the vote, which took place on June 17, supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy have been gathering daily in Tahrir Square. On Sunday, an official announcement declared Morsy the winner and the tension that had been brewing in the crowds all week quickly transformed into euphoria.

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