5 thoughts on “Egyptian solidarity with Greek workers

  1. Egyptian media workers protest

    State Radio and Television Union employees in Egypt staged protests outside at Maspero Nile Corniche Wednesday, demanding payment of unpaid wages in full and the dismissal of Information Minister Salah Abdel Maqsoud, who “they claim is a Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer,” according to Egypt Independent .

    The protesting workers briefly blocked traffic on the busy corniche.

    “The minister of information and the ruling administration restrict us”, said presenter Doaa Abdel Meguid. Referring to accusations that state broadcasters are not defending the Muslim Brotherhood against critics, she added: “We are accused of being biased.”


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