for fear that any protesters have been inspired by the recent protests in France, acting authorities in Egypt. An unofficial edict has gone out to the merchants to restrict the sale of yellow life jackets.
the News comes a month before åttaårsdagen of the egyptian revolution which resulted in former president Hosni Mubarak was forced to leave power.
"We were instructed by the police about a week ago not to sell yellow vests to individuals, only to entrepreneurs," says a trader to AFP.
at least seven traders in the centre of Cairo that sells yellow reflector vests confirm to news that the police \\
None of them want to say its name for fear of reprisals.
Egypt's president Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi, who is on her second term in office, has repeatedly spoken out critically about the \\
Since the beginning of november, it has a loose-knit initiative in Yellow vests (Gilets jaunes) conducted large-scale protest during Saturdays in France. The movement was formed in protest against raising the tax on gasoline and diesel. The protests have since grown to include a more general dissatisfaction with president Emmanuel Macrons policy.