24 January 2013

Egypt: Interior Ministry Urges Citizens to Preserve Public, Private Property

The Interior Ministry urged the Egyptian nation to preserve the private and public property during celebrations marking the January 25th Revolution.

The ministry also called for not disrupting the people's interests, which will negatively affect the Egyptian citizen.

In a statement on Wednesday 23/1/2013, the ministry said that it is applying a policy which is compatible with the Revolution's goals, affirming that staging peaceful protests is a guaranteed right for every citizen.

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