MB MP: Hostility by SS will not deter us from performing our Duty
Headquarters of MB MP, Hazem Farouk, running for the 2010 parliamentary polls, has witnessed an unusual rush of people from his constituency at Al-Sahel, Cairo to receive services and support the MP candidate in his campaign against new security restrictions imposed by the NDP and security services.
In an exclusive statement to Ikhwanweb, Farouq has stated that the brutality and suppression perpetrated by the police for more than 30 years will not dissuade him from interactively communicating with and providing support and assistance to the people of Al-Sahel constituency, especially as he regards himself as an integral part of them. He indicates that since he began his career in public service, he has vowed that he will interact positively with them.
Yesterday, Farouk filed a complaint to the Public Prosecutor, seeking an investigation into the intransigence he experienced by police officers in the Sahel police station in Cairo after they refused to enroll him for the 2010 parliamentary polls or issue him a ballot card. He has also submitted a formal complaint against the police officers to the Higher Election Commission.