Half of the first 100 days of President Mohamed Mursi's rule, during which he had promised to resolve critical issues such as bread, traffic, fuel, sanitation and security, has passed.
"Morsi Meter", a website launched to monitor the performance of the newly-elected Islamist president, reported that the new administration has only tackled 10 out of the 64 promises made during Mursi's campaign.
Meanwhile, deputy of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, Essam al-Erian, insists that Mursi's first-100-days program only began on August 3 when the new government was formed.
The new government, headed by Prime Minister Hisham Kandil, was formed 35 days after Mursi was declared president on June 30.
During the presidential campaign, Mursi made 64 promises, claiming he would be able to fulfill them during the first 100 days of his rule.