Morsy says foul play in Egypt vote will trigger revolt

June 15, 2012 00:17

CAIRO - The Muslim Brotherhood's presidential candidate said on Thursday that foul play in Egypt's election run-off that pits him against Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, Ahmed Shafik, would be met by "a huge revolution".

Morsy also said at a news conference that a court ruling that overturned a law that would have prevented Shafik from running in the race and another that will dissolve the Brotherhood-led parliament indicated "there some who seek, strive for and plan ill against the people."

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