February 23, 2013

Civil disobedience in Port Said enters seventh day

The workers in Port Said's marine shipyard, the employees of transport companies and the management of the Suez Canal Movement Authority, all declared on Saturday, the seventh day of civil disobedience, that they will join the disobedience, saying they will not be secluded from the demands of the people of Port Said.

An Aswat Masriya eyewitness said that civilians closed all the customs ports and prevented the entry and exit of all cars except for the ambulances. Read more.

Aswat Masriya

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