Mursi to represent all of the people

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Egypt's president-elect, Mohammed Mursi, has moved into his new office in the presidential palace and begun work forming a government he says will represent all of the people.

The Muslim Brotherhood candidate, who defeated ex-PM Ahmed Shafiq, could be sworn in by the end of the month.

However, the ruling military council has taken many presidential powers and questions about his authority remain.

Jon Leyne reports.

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