The Muslim Brotherhood, the largest political force in Egypt, is calling its supporters out onto the streets of Cairo in an attempt to pressure the country's generals and its senior courts to publish the results of the second round of the presidential election.
The BBC's Kevin Connolly went to the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters in Cairo to test the mood.
One supporter told him that the army is trying to "steal our revolution... it's our revolution we want our rights".
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