Presidential candidate Mohamed Mursi urged the Supreme Presidential Elections Commission (SPEC) to announce the final result of the election swiftly and without delay.
"What was previously announced (the results the campaign publicized) were reports signed by the judges supervising poll stations," Mursi said at a press conference aired on Misr 25 channel.
"The result is expected and we will not allow anyone to tamper with it. We await the announcement of the commission and expect it to represent the will of the public," Mursi stated.
Egypt is going through a critical time which requires the collaboration of political parties and movements.
"Egyptians should get together with powers, alliances and movements to determine what should be done," he said.
Mursi, the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate, described the latest military council decisions as worrying.
The Islamist candidate stressed his rejection of all the decisions the military council has taken lately, including issuing the decree that authorizes military police officers to arrest civilians, ordering the dissolution of the parliament and issuing the complementary constitutional declaration.
"We will continue our peaceful demonstrations in the streets," Mursi stated.
Mursi promised to appoint a coalition government that is not dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood.
He added that if he is president his deputies will be chosen from among non-Freedom and Justice Party youths, Copts and women.