The revolution that began on January 25 might have succeeded in terminating Hosni Mubarak's 30-year reign, but it did not conclude Egypt's struggle for democracy and freedom. With the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces in power following Mubarak's fall, Egyptians again took to the streets, demanding justice and speedy reforms. Their dissent has been met with multiple violent crackdowns, censorship and prosecutions in the military court. Despite widespread protests, the first and second rounds of parliamentary election were successfully held in November and December, with the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party in the lead, followed by the ultra-conservative Salafi Al-Nour party.
For the project Egypt: The Revolution Continues, Sharif Abdel Kouddous and Nicole Salazar have been covering this pivotal transition in post-Mubarak Egypt.