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Cross over: Challenges & expectations for Egypt's new president

06-30-2012 19:34 BJT

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Mohammed Morsi has taken his oath of office before Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court. He is now Egypt's President. Earlier the Islamist leader addressed ecstatic crowds in Tahrir Square, and warned off generals trying to curb his powers. Morsi's swearing in makes him the Arab world’s first freely elected Islamist leader.Full story >>

Our correspondent Adel El-Mahrouky in now in Cairo for the swearing-in of Egypt’s new president, Mohammed Morsi. Hello Adel.

Q1. Can you please describe for us the scene there? What comes next?

Q2. Adel, what challenges will face the new president and what do the people expect from him?

 

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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