CAIRO - The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said on Monday the June run-off would pit the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Mursi against Ahmed Shafiq, Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, confirming the results of last week's first round of voting.
The electoral commission, in a televised news conference, said the turnout was 46.2 percent in the first round of the vote.
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