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Gamal Mubarak’s banners destroyed
Gamal Mubarak’s banners destroyed
Unknown individuals were involved in destroying banners posted by the Egyptian association for Gamal Mubarak’s election campaign in Mansoura.
Tuesday, August 10,2010 00:36
IkhwanWeb

Unknown individuals were involved in destroying banners posted by the Egyptian association for Gamal Mubarak’s election campaign in Mansoura.

Campaigners for Gamal including the general coordinator for the support campaign stated that the group is not bothered by the removal of the posters stressing it takes advantage of the opportunity to introduce people to Gamal Mubarak's reform plan which will lead Egypt to becoming a greater country

Members of the association have been collecting signatures for Gamal Mubarak in Mansoura where  the association's target is to gather 100,000 signatures in 10 days from the city

 

tags: Gamal Mubarak / Succession / Mansoura / Banners / Gamal Mubarak / Election Campaign / Political Reform
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