On Monday, the Muslim Brotherhood announced their candidate Mohamed Morsi had won the presidential elections in Egypt, defeating the former prime minister during President Hosni Mubarak's regime. The 60-year-old, American-educated engineer represents the Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party. Official results are due Thursday. Melissa Block speaks with Samer Shehata, Assistant Professor of Arab Politics at Georgetown University, about Morsi's life and political agenda if elected President.
A Look At Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Candidate
By editor • Jun 19, 2012