While the former president of Egypt is in prison, a former political prisoner and the new president of Egypt is ruling the country. Year and a half ago it was hard to imagine the possibility of this life scenario for Egypt. Mubarak was in power and was resting peacefully in his villa in Sharm El Sheikh and “Muslim Brotherhood” was forbidden organization. But times changed and what seemed impossible and unacceptable, is done And now the fifth president of Egypt is Islamist and a former chairman of the Student Association against Zionism. A person who believes that a woman's place at home, and has radical vision of future Egypt. Of course, now he has to be more careful with words and actions as a new president of country with different religious views. But still he very often contradicts himself. In one interview, he said that Egypt would be a democratic country "for all", in the other - that Sharia will be given a prominent place in the new Egypt. In the third interview Morse explains that it intends to revise the international treaties, including the Camp David agreement, and in his first speech as president promised "to respect all obligations and comply with the terms of international agreements." So let’s have a closer look at how did situation changed after revolution and Morsi becoming a president. SHARIAT "Egypt is in the darkness”, "Valley of the Nile chooses Islam", "Fundamentalists are in power" – those are some of screaming headlines in the international press. Is it really so bad? First time in the history of Egypt the powerful leader of the Islamic movement became a president. But can and whether will Muhammad Mursi immediately convert Egypt on track of Sharia? While there is no stable parliament and clear constitution in Egypt, it is hard to imagine that the country of Pyramids will turn into Somalia overnight, where they cut off hands of thefts (though as scary as it may seem new government is really thinking of applying this sharia law in practice). Well truth to be said number of laws was already Islamic. Unlike Tunisia, polygamy is not prohibited, and clumsy attempts by the authorities to get men to report their new marriages have not been successful. Moreover, about 75% of Egyptian women are wearing hijab, so in this respect, Egypt is way far from Tunis, where Islamists have to struggle more with the secular way of life. By the way, neither in Tunisia nor in Gaza after the Islamists won Sharia was introduced. Also to protect young Muslims minds from bad influence of internet resources new government came up with a brilliant idea to block all porn sites in Egypt Nowdays… In this case scenario it either can help and abduction on the streets which takes place to be will be stopped… or young generation will go to streets in searching for inspiration and it will just get worse. On my point of view government has to concentrate on more serious problems instead… As an example a terrible car accident happened few days ago and many kids in age of 6-7 died. This unlimited loss for parents of their kids government decided to compensate to each family in amount of 4000 Egyptian pound which Is cheaper than a new brand iPhone. That is how precious life of a kid and preson in general can be. And sadly this happens on a daily basis with one small difference… most of the times families are not getting even one pound… because many cases do not reach mass media. There are many problems Egypt has and it is really dumb to cover real problems with the mask of religious. TOURISM Tourism is considered to bring most income to Egyptian budget…but the question is will new president understand that he has to develop this sector and not just simply ban bikinis on the beaches of Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh? Because these resorts are rather reminiscent of private reservation, with majority of foreigners, who are binging at least some dollars and euros to the country. Is it better to destroy pyramids because one of radical islamists saw in them symbol of worship (dahhh… the civilization who worshipped pharaohs died many centuries ago)… or it is better to clean up historical monuments and to be proud that Egypt is a part of such a huge civilization and history. What we have now is simply depressing image of one of the world’s most famous wonders. The pyramids do not feel proper reverence for eternity. It became kind of bazaar were you’ve been pushed, pulled and so on by several dirty looking men. Their eyes are seeking for money , hands nervously squeezing usless souvenirs which they are forcing u to buy. They look forward to when you slow down near the ashtray next to the Sphinx's head, ready to start dancing because they felt the smell of money coming on! And the matter of fact those people coming to pyramids not because of poverty, but because they are too lazy to do something else than just begging for money. I wonder why not to give each of these guys a broomstick and make Cairo the cleanest city in the world. So we can see that government is not thinking towards improvements in tourism sector and and not trying hard enough to make Egypt a better place to live. Time will only show how the situation will change and all we have to wait! ECONOMY During presidential program "Muslim Brotherhood" promised to create up to 3 million new jobs a year. Well.. it also can be promised that they, t will dance belly dance on top of one of the pyramids. Theoretically - it is possible, in real life- not a chance. If Egypt will continue to receive help from the World Bank, Saudi Arabia and the U.S., it is possible that the new president will be able to provide Egyptians with bread and water - as in the days of Hosni Mubarak. In return for assistance, all three require unquestioning obedience, and so on and so forth. And if in the United States Republican will come to power one day, subsidies to Egypt can be generally terminated or frozen. Moral… Egyptian government has to start thinking of their own productions… factories…to be able rise economy and not just rely on 3-d countries that will use it and just throw away as broken toy or used paper. DEMOCRACY Just like the economy, democracy under President Islamist possible only in theory. "Muslim brothers" are known for their chain of command and discipline. The spiritual leader decides - political link performs. As an example with the "brothers" will not be allowed any liberties. One of the facts is the complete absence of women in the organization of the last gatherings in Tahrir Square. Long-haired Egyptian feminist activists warninng each other on "Twitter" not to go to Tahrir anymore...This is not January 2011. CONCLUSION It is unlikely that with the Mursi victory in the presidential elections, the New Era for Egypt will begin. Rather - it is another phase transition. The new figure named Mohammed Mursi by itself does not mean anything: the struggle for power between the two blocs - the army and the Islamists - will not end. Despite the abundance of Delilah and the Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square, few people today believe that the elections were free, the new president - a champion of democracy, and that the Egyptian military is actually going to share power. The question is how long this period of transition will be and what will happen to Egypt after it ends.