Former Egyptian PM calls referendum results, false
Former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik said that the results of the new constitution's referendum are "false, full of deceit and must be nullified."


Shafik, who lost the presidential elections to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, said in an interview to the al-Watan news site, that "confirming the outcomes will perpetuate the instability in Egypt." Nevertheless, a few opposition sources have recognized the defeat and if the constitution draft is confirmed, the parliamentary elections will be conducted within two months. (Yonatan Gonen)