airo, Jun 20 (PTI) Egypt's election authority today said it will delay results of the presidential election as it needed more time to examine complaints, compounding confusion and uncertainty after both candidates declared victory. The results was orginally scheduled to be announced tomorrow, but will now be deferred with the election commission saying it had roughly 400 appeals filed by both presidential campaigns before it. The Supreme Presidential Elections Commission (SPEC) said it needs "more time" to examine appeals filed by presidential contenders' respective campaigns. "Egypt's presidential election commission, headed by Judge Farouq Sultan... has decided to delay the announcement of the presidential election runoff," the official MENA news agency said. The election commission said it had also heard the lawyers of both the candidates -- Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Mursi and last Mubarak-era PM Ahmed Shafiq. The final results of the hotly-contested presidential runoff is now expected to be announced on Saturday or Sunday. The delay adds to the already prevailing confusion and political uncertainty in the country, with growing apprehensions about the military's expanding role and control over governance.