In all honesty, I doubt very much that the interim government will make significant changes. I have been much less enthusiastic about these protests than many others for this reason (though I have to admit I thought Mubarak would play his hand better than this). The fun, romantic revolution is over, but the revolution is not complete until liberty has been secured under a functioning government that respects the rights of all people. Creating such a government is among the most difficult tasks mankind has ever faced. I hope, by the grace of God, that the Egyptians will manage it, but I would not bet on it.That would be me, back in February. Now, Egypt is seeing sectarian violence and the very real possibility of starvation, in no small part due to a lack of government. Occupy Wall Street people who use Tahrir Square as an example, take note.