What kind of government does Egypt have today?

Date 28-11-2011:

The retired ministry of Dr Essam Sharaf is still running the country's affairs until in Shaa Allah Dr Kamal Al Ganzoury completes his assembly of the new ministry.

The Military Army council is still running the country until Egypt elected the new president: Mohammed Morsi.

Officially the Arab Republic of Egypt is a republic; it is headed by a president.

President Mohamed Morsi, a Cabinet appointed by the president, a legislative body of a 264-seat Advisory Council and a 454-seat People's Assembly, and the Supreme Constitutional Court comprise and decide the government of Egypt.