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Rivals accused Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party of handing out food, medicine to influence voters; preliminary results show Brotherhood on course to take most seats in Egypt parliamentary elections.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood called on its rivals to accept the will of the people on Saturday after a first-round vote set its party on course to take the most seats in the country's first freely elected parliament in six decades.
The assembly's popular mandate will give it clout to stand up to the generals who have ruled Egypt for nine turbulent months since Hosni Mubarak's removal and who are now scrambling to appoint a new interim government after the last one quit….