Citizens of all political and popular currents in Port Said expressed on Sunday their rejection of President Mohamed Mursi’s speech in which he declared a state of emergency on three Suez Canal cities for 30 days and imposed a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.
They considered the speech “a direct assault on the freedom of the people that turns the city to a big prison”, Aswat Masriya reporter said.
Q2 Hedge Funds Resource Page Now LIVE!!! Lives, Conferences, Slides And More [UPDATED 7/3 17:55 EST]
Simply click the menu below to perform sorting functions. This page was just created on 7/1/2020 we will be updating it on a very frequent basis over the next three months (usually at LEAST daily), please come back or bookmark the page. As always we REALLY really appreciate legal letters and tips on hedge funds Read More
They wondered about how the port will receive ships that arrive during the imposed curfew.
The people asked, “How does Mursi approve applying a law his own group previously rejected?”
Many refused the curfew effective as of tonight starting 12 a.m., the reporter said.
They threatened to protest and organise marches on Monday, he added.
Over the past few days, citizens of Port Said hardly went out to the streets especially at night following violent clashes that left at least seven dead and more than 600 injured.
Egypt’s Armed Forces and police had deployed their forces in the streets to secure vital facilities in the city.