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Amonisto workers released
Amonisto workers released
Alsayeda Zainab Prosecution ordered the release of 20 Amonisto workers after a 12 hour detention
Monday, May 24,2010 17:10
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The arrest carried took place by Security Forces during the workers protest yesterday

The delegation of Amonisto employees who met with Aisha Abdel Hady, Minister of Manpower, discussed the financial crisis and the agreements made between the Ministry and the Bank of Egypt which was unsuccessful. A state of rage and anger prevailed between them as they denounced the government's negligence in dealing with their problems

On a similar note, security forces threatened the Alnobareya employees who were also protesting in front of the Shura Council that they would arrest them forcefully ending the protest

 

tags: Workers / Security Forces / Aisha Abdel Hady / Minister of Manpower / Financial Crisis / Security Forces
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