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Welcome to democracy, Mr. Morsi.
Egypt’s President-elect faces many challenges – chief among them, balancing the promise of the Arab Spring with the power of Egypt’s military.
Those same crowds that cheered his name in Tahrir Square will be watching President Morsi’s every move. And thanks to a new website, they will have a way to monitor his first hundred days in office.
It’s called the "Morsi Meter!”
On Monday, Wael Ghonim the Google executive who was arrested during the revolution, tweeted a link to the new website http://www.morsimeter.com
— Wael Ghonim (@Ghonim) June 24, 2012
Created by Zabatak.com, a non-profit initiative, “The Morsimeter” is dedicated to making Egypt “bribery free, corruption-free and safe.”
With Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) maintaining widespread control and the new president’s authority still undefined, the question for now might be: Just how much is there to meter on the "Morsi Meter?"