Presidential candidate Abdel Moneim Abol Fotouh (C) visits people outside a polling station during the presidential elections in Cairo May 23, 2012. Egyptians relished their first free leadership vote on Wednesday, with Islamists pitted against secular figures in a contest unthinkable before a popular revolt swept President Hosni Mubarak from power 15 months ago - REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
Strong Egypt Party founder and former presidential candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh warned on Saturday the national forces of turning civil obedience to a tool of damaging the economy and the public interest.
Aboul Fotouh said on his Twitter account that the the national forces should use all the methods of expression and peaceful civil disobedience to achieve the interests of the nation.
On Sunday, hundreds of residents started a civil disobedience, demanding justice and an apology from the president and his administration for what they believe is negligence of their demands.