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Workers detain vice president of Egyptian Trade Union Federation
The Egyptian workers union's vice president is accused of corruption and held at the Worker's University
Ahram Online , Monday 7 Feb 2011
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Vice president of the government controlled Egyptian Federation of Trade Unions, Mostafa Mongy, has been detained since Monday morning by workers demanding his immediate resignation.

Accused of corruption, Mongy has been under detention at the Workers’ University, where he works as its manager. The employees detaining Mongy demand his resignation from the university and his exclusion from the union.  





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George
12-02-2011 08:34am
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corruption leaders at ETUF
He deserves more than that but we should focus on the other leaders of the Egyptian trade union federation headed by hossen megawer the president and the head of corrupted leaders of ETUF who's wealth is estimated to $500 million. And mongy is more the five million EP.
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