ABC 7: Chicago activist, Ahmed Rehab, in Egypt for election results
Mohammed Morsi was declared Egypt's first democratically elected president on Sunday, chosen in the freest elections in history that left the nation deeply polarized between supporters of an old regime figure and those eager for democratic change. It was the culmination of the tumultuous first phase of a transition launched 16 months ago with the uprising that ousted autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak, who was replaced by a ruling military council headed by Mubarak's defense minister of 20 years. It is the start of a new struggle with the military to restore the powers that the ruling generals stripped from the presidency even before the victor was declared.
CAIR-Chicago Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, reports live from Tahrir Square, Egypt.