Marches swept Port Said early Sunday morning responding to a call for civil disobedience in the governorate.
Ultras Green Eagles, fans of Al-Masry football club in Port Said, had called for a civil disobedience over the “injustice” against residents in the governorate.
Marches started at 8am in front of the governorate building and Port Said Port Authority, and marched inside the free industrial zone.
The protesters’ are demanding retribution for those who killed protesters during 26 January clashes and similar treatment for Port Said martyrs as the Revolution martyrs.
Protesters also chanted against Morsi and his policies, blaming him for politicising events in Port Said.
They also demanded reopening the investigation into violent clashes that followed a football match between Al-Ahly and Al-Masry football clubs that led to the deaths of 74 people in February 2012.
Photos by: Chetos