CAIRO  - Egypt’s new vice president Mahmud Mekki, named  on Sunday, is a respected judge who in 2005 helped turn anger within the judiciary at Hosni Mubarak’s meddling in court rulings into a movement against him. Mekki becomes only the second Egyptian VP in more than 30 years - Mubarak, who held the post until the assassination of Anwar Sadat in 1981, never filled it until he named his intel chief Omar Suleiman to the job in the midst of a revolt last year that eventually toppled him.