CAIRO—Mohammed Morsi rose through the ranks of the Muslim
Brotherhood with a reputation as an uncompromising conservative who
prizes hierarchy over consensus.
He now stands to play a central
role in Egypt's political future, whether as his country's first freely
elected president or the man who was denied the job. With his
conservative record and his past reluctance to challenge Egypt's
military leaders, Mr. Morsi could find it hard to rally Egypt's more
liberal opposition behind him.
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