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Protesting Suez Arsenal workers shut off electricity to the city

Suez Arsenal Company employees shut down the electricity to Port Tawfik district in Suez and lock the gates of company premises

Ahram Online, Sunday 3 Jul 2011
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Workers of the Suez Arsenal Company have shut down the electricity to Port Tawfik district in Suez and locked the gates of company premises.

Employees have been protesting for 21 days, demanding increases in bonus and benefits, without any real response from the Suez Canal Authority, which owns the company. 

More details to come.

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