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During the second seminar in a series of seminars called, “Participate in Amending your Constitution,” organized by the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center in the Cathedral of St. Mark in Abbassīya, Dr. Muná Zulfaqār, Vice-Chairman of the Constituent Assembly stated that she is guilty of the proposal...
Writing in 1999 for al-Usbūʿ newspaper, Hānī Zayyāt and Muṣṭafā Sulaymān expressed the
The 2014 Egyptian Constitution; Perspectives from Egypt
On June 10, George Is'hāq, one of the co-founder of the major oppositional movement Kefāya (Enough is Enough) during the Mūbārak regime, and member of Egypt's National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), wrote an article in Al-Shurūq Newspaper, strongly condemning the ongoing discrimination practiced...
After the Egyptian Constitution was accepted in a referendum in January 2014 Mona Zulficar, vice president of the Constituent Assembly that amended the 2012 Constitution, went to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva to present the new Constitution. She prepared for this Council a...
The interview conducted by Cornelis Hulsman and Diana Serodio on June 3, 2014, was part of a series of interviews for a report about the Egyptian Constitution of 2014. The transcript of the interview was made by Omar Ali.
Rev. Safwat al-Bayādī, president of the Protestant churches of Egypt, believes the amended constitution submitted to Egypt for referendum January 14-15, is 85 percent positive. As one of the fifty committee members, he described his experiences, both positive and negative, to Arab West Report on...
The article reviews a bill proposed by Mona ZulFaqqar, a member of the National Council for Human Rights, which aims to ban discrimination in the workplace and ensure equal access to employment opportunities in employment in Egypt.
Al-Darbī presents a report on the principles of citizenship in Egypt. She discusses the difficulties, and reports the positive steps taken in this regard. She also reports on the viewpoints of a number of observers and specialists.
Hānī Labīb expresses his expectations for the newly reformed National Council for Human Rights [http://www.nchr.org.eg/En/home.asp] He stresses the importance of concentrating on the interior reality of Egypt as a priority of the council’s activities. He also calls on principles to make the...

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