Unidentified people have removed posters displayed by the Egyptian Coalition for the Support of Gamal Mubarak in some areas in Daqahliya, particularly in Mansoura.
Niveen al-Deeb, general coordinator for the Gamal Mubarak Support Campaign, said she is not disturbed by the events. Whenever members of the campaign spot people removing a poster, they approach them to explain Gamal’s platform and how it can help the country progress.
Activists from the coalition had earlier established their first branch in Mansoura and toured villages in Daqahliya to gather the signatures of those who endorse Gamal for the presidency.
Al-Deeb said their target is 100,000 signatures from Daqahliya in ten days, adding that the coalition is considering the idea of having citizens sign official proxies supporting Gamal for the presidency.
In Gharbiya, banners supporting Gamal for the presidency were seen in some of the cities. The same banners also attacked the Muslim Brotherhood and ElBaradei, the former chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and potential candidate in the upcoming presidential election.
Translated from the Arabic Edition.