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Dr. Muṣṭafā al-Fiqī, director of Bibliotheca Alexandrina, is heading a meeting on December 22 organized by Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Cairo under the title “Human Rights and Double Standards.”
The National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) called for a solution to the problem of renewing pre-trial detention for long periods of time without a referral from a criminal court.
During the opening of the annual forum of NGOs organized by the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) on Tuesday, the NCHR’s President Muḥammad Fāʾiq said that there can be no democracy without an active civil society to put the constitution into effect, adding that the NCHR is focusing...
President of the National Council for Human Rights Muḥammad Fā’iq said that there is wide interest in human rights, whether internally or externally. This includes people’s economic and social rights, as well as their freedoms. He stated that democracy is similar to happiness: we feel it, but...
Muḥammad Fā’iq, President of the National Human Rights Council, said that the Egyptian population is the only party capable of recruiting President ʿ Abd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī to serve a second presidential term, pointing out that the president wished to serve only term, but the people...
President of the National Council for Human Rights, Mr. Muḥammad Fāyiq, hosted a delegation from the Committee on International Religious Freedoms of the U.S. State Department in the Council’s headquarters in Giza today (Wednesday).
A panel discussion on enhancing and promoting human rights educational sustainability in Arab Countries was launched on Monday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR) in Cairo.
George Is'hāq, member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) said that committees of the council have prepared a report including the lists of names of prisoners that meet the four criteria required for earlier release: “those who did not commit violence, the elderly, students, and the...
A report which president of the Council, Muhammad Fā’iq, submitted to Egyptian President ‘Abd al-Fatāh al-Sīsī found that that more than 212 prisoners were killed during the last year within police stations and prisons due to torture or lack of medical attention. Three women were among the dead....
The National Council for Human Rights calls for the establishment of an Egyptian Health Council  Muhammed Fāʾiq president of the National Council for Human Rights said that the new Constitution affirmed the right of the citizens to health care, since the State has pledged to guarantee services and...

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