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Member of the Parliament, Muḥammad ʿEsmat Al-Sādāt, who was recently elected as the head of the Parliamentary Committee for human rights, in an interview with Misr al-‘Arabiyya -when asked about the recent demonstrations that broke out in protest of the Egyptian government decision to concede two...
Dr. Ḥāzim Ḥusnī, professor of economics and political science, dismissed the widespread belief in the existence of a conspiracy in Egypt as a "childish idea."
Member of the Parliament, Muḥammad ʿEsmat  al-Sādāt  was recently elected as the head of the Parliamentary Committee for human rights after winning 27 votes against Ayman Abū al-Ela, the member of the Free Egyptians party,  who only received 9 votes. 
  Under the title “Towards a Permanent National Mechanism to Follow-up Egypt’s Commitments before the International Mechanisms”, the MAAT Organization for Peace, Development and Human rights held a high level round-table for many experts.  
The Association of Freedom of Thought and Expression “AFTE” published a paper entitled "The Right to Information and National Security in Egypt" in which it addressed the right of Egyptian citizens to access information and its relation to the national security in Egypt.
Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights “ECESR” and the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression “AFTE” praised the court ruling which overruled the implementation of the decree of the former Minister of Justice, Counselor Aḥmad Al- Zind. The ruling grants judicial police powers to...
Human Rights activist, Nejād al-Bora`ī, tweeted “the State rejects all kind of dialogues with human rights organization, believing that it has ultimately triumphed over human rights organizations like over many other social and political powers in the country.”
Andalus Institute For Tolerance and Anti-Violence Studies (AITAS) denounced on Monday what it described 'inflammatory actions' of Egyptian authorities to clamp down human rights organizations and silence those who defend these rights.
Dalia Ziāda, director of the Liberal Democracy Institute called on media to report fairly and accurately given the very great power it [the media] to influence public opinion. She further emphasized the necessity of closing down civil society organizations that operate without a legal framework and...
Maat for Peace, Development and Human Rights, which obtained the consultative status in the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, concluded on Sunday 28th of February a round table on main principles and provisions proposed to the local administration draft law in the framework of the...

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