to current Egyptian presidential elections were the first after the resignation of former president Hosni Mubarak, which occurred in February 2011.The fate of the ousted president was unenviable - June 2, 2012, as reported by France-Press, a Cairo court sentenced him to life imprisonment, accused in the deaths of demonstrators opposed Mubarak's regime.A similar sentence imposed in respect of the former interior minister of Egypt Habib al-Adly.

first round of the current presidential elections in Egypt took place on 23 and 24 May 2012, it was attended by thirteen candidates
.According to the results of the tour decided two candidates with the highest number of votes.They were in the former government of Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq Mubarak (Ahmed Shafik) and one of the leaders of the Islamist movement "Muslim Brotherhood" Mohammed Morsi (Mohamed Morsi), ahead of nearest rival by more than 200 thousand. Votes.

distinctive feature of the presidential elections in that they are under strict observance of the rules established by law and without much fuss.Strict control on the part of Egyptian and foreign observers excludes any illegal campaigning near the sites.All ballots are provided with water marks, and specially designated observers monitored every ballot box.It is expected that this procedure will be provided on the second round of elections.

final outcome of the presidential race will be announced at the second round of elections, which the CEC appointed to Egypt on 16 and 17 June 2012, reports RIA "Novosti".Official results of the election of a new president will be announced on June 21 when the processing is completed ballots.Given approximately equal balance of power between the two contenders for the presidency, to make a confident forecast the outcome of the election is difficult.