Muslim Brotherhood Youth Control Traffic on Egypt's Streets During Ramadan
|Saturday, August 13,2011 18:36|
|By Hussein Mahmoud|
The activity of young men and women from the Muslim Brotherhood and Freedom and Justice Party helped ease the congestion in Cairo and Qalioubyah provinces by alleviating traffic on highways and main streets during Ramadan.
The MB in Nasr City agreed with the General Directorate of Traffic to form committees to help ease up the places jammed with cars, especially the start of Abbas ElAkkad, Makram Ebeid, and ElSa’aa Square to help regulate the flow of traffic.
When asked, the young participants stated that they aim at restoring the trust that is no longer there between the citizens and the Police.
FJP youth, together with those of the MB, helped regulate traffic in Alqalj village in Qalioubyah during the holy month of Ramadan; a place which is considered a very critical point that can paralyze the flow of traffic. The youth succeeded in doing all this amid warm appreciation from the villagers for their effort.