"Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi has been named Egypt's fifth president after narrowly defeating his rival, Mubarak-era PM Ahmed Shafiq, in the hotly-contested presidential elections' runoffs. His victory, however, is barely expected to bring immediate stability to the hit country."
I used to have a housemate from this country, and I wonder what his thoughts would be on this.
To me this is all rather predictable. In many ways it's just how a country functions; Give the hope of something freer and more democratic through power, then see it dashed by the reality of what such power allows/entails.