Morsi Meter - monitoring the performance of new Egyptian president
- Arab States
On June 24, a new president has been officially declared in Egypt and his name is Mohammed Morsi. The Muslim Brotherhood's Morsi has become Egypt's first freely elected president, and like all other candidates, he has his own presidential program and promises that voters - supposedly - elected him based on.
But how can Egyptians hold Morsi accountable for his promises and watch the progress in achieving them?
Mori Meter - http://www.morsimeter.com - an application aiming to track the performace of Morsi is created by Zabatak, a non-profit initiative which aims at making Egypt become bribery free, corruption-free and safe. On MorsiMeter's Facebook page, it is described as follows [ar]:
"The is an initiative to document and monitor the performance of the new Egyptian president, Mohammed Morsi, and we will monitor what has been achieved from what he had promised in his program during his first 100 days in power."
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