(MENAFN - Arab Times) Scores of citizens via the social networking websites have launched a campaign against the Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs at the Ministry of Interior Major-General Abdel Fattah Al-Ali under the title, 'How long, Oh Abdulfattah' calling upon citizens to peacefully demonstrate in front of the Ahmadi court Tuesday morning, reports Annahar daily. The citizens complain of oppression by Abdulfattah. They believe he is under obligation to carry out his duty in application of the law but he has exceeded his 'limits' through arbitrary acts. They called to hold Al-Ali for account committing violations against the citizens especially in relation with the procedures not stipulated explicitly by the law.
This includes seizing sports cars irrespective of the year of manufacture or their kind. In other news, scores of citizens have appealed to the Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khalid to take action against some police officers who oppress, harass and abuse families near the chalets under some or the other pretexts. They added police must not arrest young people and put them behind bars or impound their motorcycles, vehicles, bunchies and buggies or treat them like criminals because they are just practicing their hobbies and enjoy spending time during holidays and vacations. They have called upon the Interior Ministry administration to educate policemen and officers on methods of dealing with and respecting citizens. They should also be trained to respect the human rights of others