Key Egypt candidate seeks presidential poll allies
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has called for talks to "save" the 2011 uprising ahead of a presidential election run-off.
The group says its candidate, Mohammed Mursi, won most votes in this week's first round, with some 25% of the vote.
Partial figures suggest he will face Ahmed Shafiq, ex-President Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, in a second round next month.
A spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood said Egypt would be "in danger" if Mr Shafiq won, and the group would reach out to other candidates to defeat him.
Shaimaa Khalil reports.
26 May 2012
- From the section Middle East