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Police officers protest demanding Adly’s prosecution

MENA , Monday 14 Feb 2011
Police officers protest
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After a month of ongoing protests over 300 policemen demonstrated today in front of the Rowing club in Giza, demanding the prosecution of Egypt’s former Interior Minister Habib Al-Adly.

The protesters accused  Adly of being the mastermind behind all the  brutal incidents during the January 25 uprising.

Moreover, officers claim that hidden figures are behind the spread of rumours alleging that officers shot at protesters to create a wave of hatred and a loss of confidence between Egyptians and police officers, stressing that they did not abandon their duties.  

They are asking people not to listen to rumours and believe that they will always be the watchful eye to protect the security of all citizens and the stability of the country.

The protesters also demanded that the Ministry of Interior improve their living conditions, employment and increase their salaries.

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