Egypt’s politics have shifted greatly in the few short weeks since President Mohammed Morsi was overthrown by the military.

A new cabinet has been sworn in and none of its members belong to the Muslim Brotherhood.

The epic change has left many Egyptians wondering how to react to the country’s ever-changing political realities.

Some claim to have "big hopes" but feel things are still a mess, saying they desperately need some form of strong leadership.

Amid deadly clashes between opposing sides, there’s also been disappointment for many Egyptians over how democracy has worked, and a growing fear it could be gone entirely.

Watch CBC's Middle East Correspondent, Sasa Petricic, with the full story.