After the Vote: What's Next for Egypt?

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Mohamed Morsi, formerly of the Muslim Brotherhood, has moved into the presidential office last occupied by Hosni Mubarak. But it's too soon to know if it's more than a symbolic triumph. He may be Egypt's first elected head of state, his powers have not yet been determined, and the elected Parliament has been abolished. David Kirkpatrick is Cairo Bureau Chief for the New York Times.




Warren Olney