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Professor Hoda Awad joined the group for a presentation about the Egyptian constitution. She started by discussing the basics of democracy and constitutions. She explained to us that democracies had six elements or conditions. Firstly, there is the presence of democratic institutions and...
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) – an Egyptian civil society organization – and 11 NGO’s organized a public briefing in the headquarters of the US Senate in Washington on the 9th of April, the same day President ‘Abd Al-Fattāḥ Al-Sīsī visited the White House to meet President...
At the summit of the Voice of Egypt 2019, Ambassador Nabīla Makram, Minister of Immigration, confirmed that President ‘Abd Al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī created a positive image of Egypt regarding the religious file and the rights of the Copts.   
The Cairo Criminal Court under Judge Muḥammad Sharīn Fahmī is getting ready today for the retrial of the former president Muḥammad Mursī and the Muslim Brotherhood on the “trespassing Eastern borders” case.  Masrāwy gives an overview of the case:   
The Forces for Freedom and Change in Sudan called for night assemblies in different cities across the nation to protest the killing of the protestors in the capital, Khartoum.    Tens of protestors were killed at the beginning of the month when the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), also known as Janjawīd...
The ruling Transitional Military Council said more than one attempts to overthrow the council was planned and quashed in the previous period.  
The Sudanese Attorney General said that he was invited to attend a Military Council meeting to negotiate the oversight of the attorney’s office on the plan to clear up “Colombia” of criminals, an area near to the protests in the city center. He also added that “no protest clear ups were discussed...
The official spokesperson for the Military Investigation Committee, Brigadier General Hukūkī Abdul-Rahīm, announced the Khartoum protests clear up investigation results.   
In a tweet released by the Former Egyptian Vice-President Muhammad al-Barādeī, he sets out three major pillars for the peoples’ successful transition from authoritarianism to good governance, namely overall consensus on a new Constitution, collective action and transitional justice.   
The current protests in Algeria and Sudan prove a set of basic facts related to Arab politics.    First, the peoples deprived of freedom might desist from demanding it under the burden of the harsh living conditions or for fear of the repressive security apparatuses. However, they come back to...

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