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FJP Organizes Cycling Marathon in Suez to Encourage Sports and Campaign for Candidates
FJP Organizes Cycling Marathon in Suez to Encourage Sports and Campaign for Candidates
The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), in Suez, organized a cycling marathon on Thursday joined by over 70 youths, who joined in the marathon wearing banners and caps with the FJP’s logo print, cycled around the city and across the squares.
Saturday, December 10,2011 00:04
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 The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), in Suez, organized a cycling marathon on Thursday joined by over 70 youths, who joined in the marathon wearing banners and caps with the  FJP’s logo print, cycled around the city and across the squares. 

 
People described the electoral campaigning event as civil and innovative and were pleased that the cyclists did not obstruct traffic.
 
 
The marathon’s organizer stated that the objective of the event was to encourage the youths to exercise and improve their fitness.
 
 
He added the party is hoping to promote the importance of exercise and sports in Suez. “We hope our youths will be good enough to compete and win championships worldwide”.
 
 
The cyclists rode round the town for over two and a half hours.
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