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President of the Freedom Egypt Party (FEP), Tamer Sehāb, said that his party, alongside the parties of the Democratic Movement, the Egyptian Democratic Party and a number of civil society organizations, will participate in a meeting assessing the state of public freedoms over the past five years.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) expressed its deep condemnation of the attack on a large number of lawyers late last night by the security forces in the Dokki Police Station. EOHR asserted that this was contrary to the law and the constitution.
Columnist Ayman al-Mahdi wrote  an article published by Misr al-Arabiyya on the demonstrations called for by several opposition and political movements in protest of the maritime demarcation agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia. This demarcation agreement would cede the Islands of Tīran and...
Dr. Ahmad ʿUkāshah, president of the Egyptian Psychiatric Association, said that the scenes of violence in the media leaves a negative impact on the mental health of citizens. Dr. ʿUkāshah explained that we shall not give freedom and democracy to the ignorant as it is similar to giving a weapon to...
MP Muḥammad Anwar as-Sādāt, head of the Human Rights Committee in the House of Representatives, said that Egypt is living on foreign funding, aid, loans and foreign financing.
In a featured story on its website, Al-Misrīyūn wrote a profile about the former Egyptian Diplomat and Ambassador to Venezuela Yaḥia Nijm. Nijm was billed by activists and politicians as the "man of principles" as he stood against the constitutional declaration issued by the deposed president...
Columnist Aḥmad 'Abd al-Rabu wrote in an opinion article published by al- Shurūq about the ranking of Muslim Countries in the Democracy Index, attempting at highlighting the reasons behind the declination of freedoms in those countries and whether it is secular authoritarian or Islamist regimes...
Hamdein Sabbāhī, founder of the Popular Current, said that Egypt is in a real dilemma now that it is following the same old policies, despite the fact that the people have had two great revolutions.
Human rights activist and researcher Mīnā Thābit, lashed out at the Egyptian regime in an opinion article published by Mada Masr. Thābit criticized the current status of human rights and personal freedoms in Egypt, especially following the ouster of the former president Muḥammad Mursī and the...
Dr. Muḥammad Nūr Faraḥāt, professor of constitutional and international law, said that the youth movements do not have the adequate and required ability to propose alternatives in the current political scene, considering that the power possessed by the youth is limited to staging protests only.

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