Moderate Islamist, Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, left, and former foreign minister, Amr Moussa stand at their podiums on Egypt's first televised presidential debate in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, May 11, 2012. Two presidential election front-runners, have squared off in the Arab world's first ever presidential debate, trading barbs over the role of religion and how to bring democratic reform to Egypt. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Khaled, Al Masry Al Youm)
CAIRO (AP) -- Egypt's elections authorities say announcement of the winner of Egypt's presidential election will be delayed but gave no new date.
The Supreme Elections Commission says in a statement Wednesday that results won't be announced on Thursday as scheduled because it is looking into complaints presented by rival candidates.
A panel of judges has to look into some 400 complaints over voting submitted by both Ahmed Shafiq, ousted leader Hosni Mubarak's prime minister, and the Muslim Brotehrhood's candidate Mohammed Morsi's campaign.