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Security Forces assault protesting Amonisto employees
Security Forces assault protesting Amonisto employees
Egyptian Security Forces attacked Amonisto Company employees Sunday May 23, while they were protesting in front of Parliament. Tens were injured and more than 20 workers arrested. Journalists were also attacked
Monday, May 24,2010 09:43

Workers were originally protesting in front of the Shura Council and worked their way to protest in front of the Parliament building. They attempted to continue towards the Bank of Egypt; however Security Forces prevented them forcing the rally to its starting point of the protest. One hundred and fifty protestors nevertheless, were able to reach the Bank of Egypt and protest on there financial crisis. Those arrested were sent to Alsayeda Zainab Police Station and were later brought before Prosecution

Aisha Abdel Hady, Minister of Manpower, and the Committee of Manpower in Parliament, met with a delegation of workers to discuss the financial crisis and the agreements made between the Ministry and the Bank of Egypt

tags: Egyptian Security Forces / Egyptian Parliament / Egyptian Journalists / Workers / Egyptian Protests / Minister of Manpower / Financial Crisis / Egyptian Workers
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