A lot of Egyptians, especially liberal well-educated youths, feel a sense of relief with President Mohammed Morsi’s ouster. They also foresee problems down the road, so many are seeking work abroad.
It has been more than a week since the coup d’état, but naturally for Egyptians, it is still the talk of the town. The time for celebrating, however, is over. The temporary government has been installed, and the Muslim Brotherhood is organizing protests with the potential to devolve into bloody events, like the attack near the Republican Guard's headquarters on July 8.