Life has been relatively calm in Egypt's capital, Cairo, Tuesday after Monday's bloodshed in which more than 50 people died.
But is this the calm before the storm? Egyptian journalist Shahira Amin thinks so.
Mohammed Morsi was deposed and replaced last week by Adly Mansour.
Tuesday Mansour announced a timeable for a return to democracy in six months. And Shahira Amin says many Egyptians are eager for a return to normalcy, hoping the new government will be able to deliver.
But in order for the government to succeed, Amin says, the new government must avoid the mistakes of the Morsi administration by isolating any political faction or group. It must be inclusive, because Morsi "still has the support of roughly 30 million" Egyptians."
Amin says even though most Egyptians are taking a wait and see approach, she's convinced that there's no going back. The young people who protested for democratic reform in the 2011 Tahir Square demonstrations, she says, "will not tolerate another dictatorship."