Tahrir celebrates new president
Photos of Tahrir Square erupting after Mohamed Morsy is declared Egypt’s first democratically elected president. The euphoria is obvious, but what’s not seen here is the unhappiness of many who feel disenfranchised or disenchanted that they were left to choose between an Islamist candidate and one of Mubarak’s top officials, Ahmed Shafiq. Still others are worried about what Morsy and the Muslim Brotherhood have in store for religious minorities and the state.
Here’s a look at the other side from my Egypt Independent colleague Rana: Shafiq campaigners in disbelief, hysteria following election loss