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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> seminar about "The concepts of Violence and Discrimination against Women"
    Descriptive info: Magrabi.. Net.. > موائد مستديرة, مؤتمرات >.. seminar about "The concepts of Violence and Discrimination against Women".. 8-08-2010, 12:04.. Author:.. nabil.. Through its work in the Network of Organizations for Women's Rights funded by the.. GTZ.. , The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement has conducted a seminar about "The concepts of Violence  ...   Society Organization in Cairo on the 18th of May 2010 and another one in Fayoum Governorate with 30 representatives on the 27th of June 2010.. The results of these seminars were asking several questions and ideas about how to direct the Organizations activities through programs to combat Discrimination and Violence against women.. Back..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Lawyers training for Using the CEDAW agreement in appearing in front of National Courts
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, انشطة وتدريبات >.. Lawyers training for Using the CEDAW agreement in appearing in front of National Courts.. 8-08-2010, 11:49.. , The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement has trained about 50 lawyers from the Civil Society Organization and members of the Bar on "Using  ...   the training aims at getting the young lawyers to be acquainted with Women's Rights in the International Conventions and the skills to enforce them in front of National Courts.. That has taken place through two trainings from the period of 15-17 June and 5-7 July 2010..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The second day of the second annual conference Of the state of democracy in Egypt
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, مؤتمرات >.. The second day of the second annual conference Of the state of democracy in Egypt.. 19-07-2010, 14:30.. The second day of the second annual conference.. Of the state of democracy in Egypt.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) wrapped up the second annual conference of the state of democracy in Egypt, which was titled "how elections can become a mechanism for peaceful transfer of power in Egypt" on Sunday and Monday 4 and 5 July 2010, held at Safir Hotel at Dokki.. The second day of the conference began with the first session entitled "Electoral System and Quota" chaired by Professor Farida El Naqqash Chairwoman of the Forum for Women's Development, which began the meeting with a historical review of the quota system for women in Parliament to achieve genuine representation of women, at which Mr.. Salah Eissa editor of the Cairo Newspaper spoke at the beginning of the meeting, his paper was titled " the electoral system in Egypt (individual List PR) "that paper presented the history of the parliaments of Egypt from the reign of Khedive Ismail 1866 to the present time, constitutional amendments, cascading, which dealt with how to conduct electoral system between the individual and the relative list and the last constitutional amendment that opened the doors before the law to allow choice between the individual and the relative list, and reviewed the problems of the individual and most importantly enhance the concepts of tribal families and religious affiliations as well as the individual system is wasting 49% of the will of the voters, and stressed that the quota of seats in Parliament will establish standards of sectarianism and spoke about how to avoid disadvantages of List PR and reviewed the grounds for refusal of the current system of proportional lists the most important of the National Party's fear of the Muslim Brotherhood to form comparative lists and entering the elections, And then Ms.. Karima Kamal journalist and writer, spoke on the issue of "the representation of women and Copts system of quota".. She began her speech by pointing at the low rate of women's participation and status of women which led to the emergence of the need for legislation that allocates quota for women that is not to be appealed as un-constitutional and what took place on this legislation debate and fears that this quota would be controlled by the National Party figure as well as controversy over the allocation of quota for Copts and reflect on this part of the consideration to the Copts as a minority or part of the national and Social fabric, then she addressed the practical problems arising from the non-representation of Copts and women true representation in the parliament and set a problematic example that's raised recently with the church about the Supreme Administrative Court and the consequent need for a personal status law to non-Muslims and the weakness of Representatives Copts outside the church.. This  ...   and their role in the success of the Latin alliances experiment of the PT in 2002 and 2006 and Sandinistas alliances in popular support in Nicaragua in the Chavismo experiment.. In the third session which was entitled "Control of elections," which was chaired by Mr.. Ahmed Seif al-Islam Hamad a lawyer and constitutional scholar, Dr.. Magdy Abdel Hamid, Chairman of the (EACPE) presented a paper entitled "Control of civil society organizations," which reviewed the importance of controlling the elections through what has been done by Democratic Watch follow-up and monitoring elections in the last phase and what it has achieved to provide a large amount of documented information and data to researchers and those interested in the situation of the elections and the process of democratic development within the community and explained the obvious difference between the integrity of the election process and control and the necessity of hand, regardless of the outcome of the elections and spoke of the importance that the civil society extract the right to control through effective monitoring and working on obtaining judgments to extract this Protocol, and in a speech delivered by Mr.. Abdullah Khalil, a lawyer of appeal and consultant of international law with a paper entitled "international supervision and international monitoring," spoke about the difference between the concept of international control of the elections and international supervision of elections and spoke for the supervision of the micro and macro and the courts of the elections of the International chapter in international disputes related to elections and in particular what happened in Mozambique, and dealt in his talk of international standards for the supervision of the elections and international standards for international control and conditions of this control and cases of UN intervention in the elections.. Last was the word of Mr.. Medhat El Zahed and titled "The Road to the perspective election, a popular democracy participatory ", which reviewed the experiences of Egyptian elections during the modern era of Abdel Nasr and Sadat and experiences of the parties and particularly the experience of Rally in 1977 and the experience of the Labor Party in a novel Banquet of Seaweed, and the experience of his party in presidential elections and the regime's attempts at Standing to humanize and control the parties, as explained the idea of participation through the interaction of people and highlighted experiences of Latin America at that, and noted that the indicators of events in Egypt stresses that there are features in political movements rising is that they exercise their demands without waiting to hit their system and started with the formation of People's Committees in the different issues, although it is still in the defensive nature request to take up forces it is necessary to engage in major negotiate confrontation and raising the issue of democracy and social justice, it has become necessary to link the factional demands and public issues.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement.. CAIRO, July 6, 2010..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> First day of the second annual conference of the state of democracy in Egypt
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, بيانات, مؤتمرات >.. First day of the second annual conference of the state of democracy in Egypt.. 19-07-2010, 14:28.. How elections can become a mechanism for peaceful transfer of power in Egypt.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) holds the second annual conference of the state of democracy in Egypt under the title "How elections can become a mechanism for peaceful transfer of power in Egypt" being held on two days starting Sunday the 4th of July.. The conference launched with an opening session that started with Dr.. Magdy Abdel Hamid's Head of broad, word in which he talked about the importance of the title of the conference and that this title is a continuation to the Democracy Status Report for the year 2009 in which the association concluded that the elections in Egypt is not a mechanism for peaceful transfer of power.. Dr.. Amr El Shoubaky took the floor and talked about the current political scene and the new political movements and the struggle of some of them to present a real alternative and mechanisms to convince the public.. He also talked about the experience of the inner elections of the old parties and the emergence of new trends and forces in the democratic movement and the absence of a formula for the interaction between these forces that Almost tends to be a break between them, with the exception of the Democratic front and Wafd Party in its recent elections experience, what he called the second wave of political progress in Egypt, the emergence of the call of El Baradei to amend the constitution and stressed that the Muslim Brotherhood are, as usual and for more than 80 years ,out of the frame of the new political landscape after Mubarak.. The second session which was chaired by Mr.. Bahy El Deen Hassan, director of Cairo Institute for Human Rights and its title was "The nature of the political system and the electoral status", started with the paper presented by Mr.. Ahmed Fawzy, Director of the democracy development program at the (EACPE).. Mr.. Ahmed started his talk with the legal and legislative structure and mentioned that the problem with elections in Egypt lies in that the legislations governing the elections are entangled with the legislative crisis in its reference and the way its issued since the constitution is a guardian for liberties and also the legislative council does not include enough legislative cadres to issue legislations that replay to the public's demands.. He also points out the intervention of the administrative institution in every election alongside the fact that the constitution didn t clearly state the nature of the elections whether it depends on relative lists or individuals furthermore, he reviewed the most prominent problems of the law on political rights which has been issued in the absence of a multi-party and therefore the philosophy of this law was based on the absence of multi-party system, as regards to the formation of the Supreme Committee for Elections, there are a lot of negativity concerning the method of selection of its members and the powers of the Commission as well as the multiplicity of laws governing a single election.. Also there is no text of the law provides that the success of any party to give it the right to form the government or participating in its formation, as well as there are many laws that ravage the public freedoms such as the law sanctions and restrictions, not to mention exceptional laws.. Then the floor was given to Dr.. Ibrahim El Essawy, economics expert, who talked about the economic and social environment and its influence over the Egyptian elections in which he confirmed that the elections are an element of democracy like freedom of gathering and freedom of opinion and expression and that the final effect of the results of the elections doesn t stop at the effect of the economic and social environment nor on the cultural environment only but it ends at the interaction of these environments which means that the possibility of power mobility is governed by the relations of economic and social forces hence the concentration of wealth is what entails the concentration of power and he gave examples of the experience of democracy in India, Latin America and their electoral lists systems, so as to eliminate the  ...   role limited In approving those suggestions, sole jurisdiction, is to impose fees for local approval of the governor with the absence or vulnerability of the popular monitoring and control of bureaucracy to localities through the right of the governor to veto its decisions and the right of the Ministers' Board to resolve these boards.. As for local council elections, they were on the absolute relative list and that would trigger the victory of the National Party candidates, except in the eighties when the labor Party won in ten constituencies and then came the election system of individual and security control which we can say that Elections are devoted to the ruling party's grip on localities and what is needed is to have the right of People's Councils to challenge the decisions of the Executive Boards and have more access to power.. Then Mr.. Ragaee Merghany journalist and prominent trade unionist, gave his speech in which he parodied review the status of the trade union movement, saying that there is a movement of professional workers growing and this is the filled part of the cup and the empty part is that it is Law 100 governing the affairs of trade unions and the political system, which took three levels, namely criminality and the recognition of the project and the third to impose state control of trade unions and stressed that we are facing the possibility to pick up the reality of trade union and rebuild trade union movement a reality through the employment of These forces moving in trade unions.. In the third Session, which was entitled "Egyptian Live Experiences " and headed by Mr.. Hussein Abdel Razek, who has reviewed in the beginning of the meeting the history of the elections in Egypt, especially after the July Revolution and what happened during the past fifty years which were marked by electoral fraud and lack of transparency Commenting on the Shura Council elections, he stressed that it is the first election of its kind, where police on behalf of citizens stuffed ballots and police sorting, and the result was announced also in the form of new forms of immature fraud.. The speakers then started their talk; the first speaker was Aboul Ezz El Hariri, the former parliamentarian who reviewed the Political History of Karmouz Constituency and the National Company for Spinning, and weaving and its history of struggle within the parliament during the three rounds, then the word came from Mr.. Galal Amer, a journalist who said that fraud in Egypt begins with religious slogans used by the Brotherhood and ends with stuffed votes by the National Party and reviewed the experience of elections in (Mansheya) and customs service Constitueny which is non-politicized connected with the interests of the people of the port, which He stressed that his experience is that elections in Egypt are governed primarily by political will and the will of the Security and then in the third place of the popular will.. A speech by MP Mr.. Hamdeen Sabbahi, who spoke at the beginning of his experience in (Hamul) constituency that came from his surest conviction that presents itself to the public to test the acceptance of man in the street to the principles and theses, with politicized letter in a non politicized constituency lead to the incomplete experiment in the 1995 elections because of the extreme actions of frauds but thanks to the judicial supervision of elections in 2000 he was successful, and after the submission of the martyrs from the public he repeated the experiment in 2005 which confirms that each service in the Egypt is slated to be a point of conflict for the dissemination of democracy and this is what can be measured in the experience of the next presidential election, which must be going through the logic of the meaningful participation of change.. The conference was concluded the first day and tomorrow's Conference completes its agenda at exactly nine o'clock and a half to three sessions as follows (the electoral system and quotas, global experience to move the electoral authority under authoritarian regimes, the control of the election), you can follow the work of the conference through live broadcast, as well as see the presented papers, and participate in the running dialogue through the democracy forum by clicking on the link below:.. http://bit.. ly/9Zy4v6.. Cairo, July 4th 2010..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> two seminars "concepts of violence and discrimination against women"
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, بيانات, انشطة وتدريبات >.. two seminars "concepts of violence and discrimination against women".. 11-07-2010, 11:56.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement as a member of JTZ network for women's rights organizations has implemented two seminars "concepts of violence and discrimination against women" with 25 representatives of NGOs in Cairo on May 18, 2010 and another in Fayoum governorate, with 30 representatives of NGOs on June 27, 2010 one of the outputs of these seminars was brain storming about how to targeting the activities of associations through women programs to combat discrimination and violence against women..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Training for youth lawyers how to "the use of CEDAW in litigation at national courts"
    Descriptive info: Training for youth lawyers how to "the use of CEDAW in litigation at national courts".. 11-07-2010, 11:49.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement as a member of JTZ network for women s rights organizations , has implemented two trainings targeted 50 youth lawyers from human rights organizations  ...   in litigation at national courts" the main objective of the training was raise awareness of young lawyers about women's rights international conventions and applying skills in front of national courts, and through two trainings in the period from June 15 to 17 and 5 to 7 July 2010..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The Second Conference for Democratic Change How to Turn Elections in Egypt into a Peaceful Mechanism for Transfer of Power
    Descriptive info: The Second Conference for Democratic Change How to Turn Elections in Egypt into a Peaceful Mechanism for Transfer of Power.. 28-06-2010, 06:32.. Invitation.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE).. and its.. Democracy Development Program.. are honored to invite you to the The.. Second Conference for Democratic Change.. which will be held on.. Sunday the 4.. th.. and Monday the 5.. of July 2010, in Safir Hotel El Dokki Cairo.. , under the name of:".. How to Turn Elections in Egypt into a Peaceful Mechanism for Transfer of Power".. In fact the electoral issue is now strongly addressed on the political agenda in Egypt for the coming couple of years due to the 2010 legislative elections (Shura Council and People's Assembly) and the Presidential elections which will take place in the year 2011.. Such coming elections might decide the form and structure of power and the possibilities for democratic change in the coming decades.. Held in the framework of ".. Building Democratic Spaces Project".. funded by the.. UNDEF.. , and implemented by.. EACPE.. , the Second Conference for Democratic Change represents the completion of the Third Milestone and the culmination of a whole year of joint activity enchained towards empowering the different local agents of democratic change in Egypt through knowledge production, joint and collective actions and raising public awareness.. It aims to create  ...   Economic and Social Environment:.. Ibrahim Isawy.. Cultural Environment:.. Yousry Moustafa.. 10:30 to 12:00pm.. Coffee Break.. 12:00 to 12:30 pm.. Second Session: Invalid local councils and unions.. : Mr.. Saber Barakat.. Invalid Local Councils:.. Abdel Ghafar Shokr.. Invalid Unions:.. Raga'ay Al- Merghany.. 12:30 to 2:00.. Pm.. 2:00 to 2:30 pm.. Third Session: Live Egyptian experiments :.. Hussein Abdel-Razek.. Inflamed Constituency: Karmouz :.. Abu El-Ezz El-Hariry.. Closed Constituency: EL Manshia and El Gumruk:.. Galal Amer.. Sectarian Dimension:.. Kamal Zakher.. Possible candidate:.. Hamdeen Sabahy.. 2:30 t o4:30.. pm.. Lunch and Discussions.. 4:30 to 5:30 pm.. Second Day 5.. of July 2010.. Session.. First Session: Electoral system and Quota.. : Mrs.. Farida Al-Nakash.. Electoral System in Egypt: Individual List and percentage List:.. Salah Essa.. Women and Coptic Representation by Quota System:.. Mrs Krima Kamal.. Laborers and Farmers Representation (50%):.. Mrs Rahma Refaat.. 9:30 to 11:30 am.. Coffee break.. 11:30 to 12:00 pm.. Second Session: Global Experience in Electoral Transition of Power under Authoritarian Regimes.. Hashem Kassem.. Transition of power in Eastern Europe:.. Mrs.. Nadine Abdallah.. Latin American Experiences:.. Nagla'a Mekawy.. 12:00 to 1:30 pm.. Third Session: The Supervision Of Elections.. Ahmed Seif Al-Islam.. Judicial Supervision:.. Councilor Ashraf El- Baroudy.. Civil Society organizations supervision:.. International supervision and monitoring:.. Abdullah Khalil.. The Road to Elections: Popular Perspective for Participatory Democracy:.. Medhat Al-Zahed.. 1:30 to 3:30 pm.. Lunch.. 3:30 to 4:30 pm..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Towards real equality and full citizenship for women
    Descriptive info: > --- >.. Towards real equality and full citizenship for women.. 17-06-2010, 07:06.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement, coordinator of the coalition of CEDAW in Egypt, has organized within a project to Strengthen CEDAW Egyptian NGOs Coalition to enhance the use of International Regional Mechanisms to Enforce Women s Rights , a Conference for two days on 29 and 30 May.. The conference's topics came from the most vital issues and priorities that emerged after writing a shadow report and presenting it to the United Nations CEDAW Committee last January.. On the first day three topics were tackled; (what is after the recommendations of the Geneva Committee - Women and judiciary - the political participation of women and the quota) and, on the second day there was a focus on the role of the legislature in the face of violence against women and the role of civil society and associations and Media programs in the face of all forms of violence against women.. On The first day, Dr.. Ferkhunda Hassan, general secretary of the National Council for Women, talked about the perception of forms of cooperation between civil society representatives in the associations and the National Council for Women as a national mechanism to implement CEDAW and to improve the situation of women in Egypt.. Afaf Marei, coordinator of CEDAW in Egypt, spoke about the Role of NGOs in the process of writing the shadow report about the conditions of women in Egypt and also confirmed that there are enlightened Islamic researches which confirmed the equality of men and women upon divorce.. Therefore, Article 16 does not contradict Islamic Sharia, which thus requires that Egypt must eliminate reservation on it, and review the rest of its constitutional reservations, she also presented the concluding observation of the CEDAW Committee to the Egyptian government, highlighting that there should be cooperation between government, NCW and civil society in order to implement the recommendations especially with the presence of alarming issues as sexual harassment, violence against women in the family, and amending the family laws.. Siham Negem, director of Women and Society Association, said that there are priorities for women's issues in Egypt, which had been presented to the CEDAW committee; these priorities are: violence against women, political participation and personal status Law.. On the second day , Tahany el Jabali Vice-President of the Supreme Constitutional Court and the first women judge , said that the right of women to become judges is a right that shouldn t even be discussed and that mere discussion is a backward step, and that there is a difference between judiciary independence and the independence with judiciary ,.. Ashraf el Baroudi, deputy of Cairo Court of Appeal said that the right of women to work as a judge is settled , and added that the working conditions in the courts, are the same administrative conditions faced by judges being man or woman in need to reform and not because they are women they should be excluded but because they suffer from the same difficulties faced by male judges and that women's right in the judiciary is not just in their favor, but for the benefit of the whole of Egypt, he also added that  ...   women of their inheritance, although there are 95% of the women of Upper Egypt deprived of this right.. Magda Adly director of Nadim Center for Rehabilitation and treatment of victims of violence, said that the phenomenon of violence is wide spread between the different layers of the society and that it's the same reality of work correspondence to the battered victims in the levels of different cultures, yet according to social conditions, these women remain silent about the types of violence that occur to them to preserve the family's survival , and furthermore the migration of Egyptian males abroad transformed the Egyptian Women's body to loins, Ms.. Aida Nour Eddin, Director of Women and Development Association in Alexandria, added from her work as a lawyer as well as the experience of her Assembly to receive victims of violence and support that there is a study by the National Council for Women in 2009 on a sample of 4800 women and men that says that 62% of women have been subjected to psychological violence and, saying that her association had received about 68 cases of violence through 2009.. At the last meeting of the Conference, writer, Fethiya Assal spoke about her experience in writing live stories from within the women's prison and how they find that they have been subjected to violence, and the right of the man since his childhood to educate his sister and the disaster that occurs if the mother discovered that she pregnant in girl and unlike in the case of pregnancy in a boy.. Bothaina Kamel the Media Actor Added from her work in the program of the confession of night through the story of a man that the one who kills on honor crimes bases is not always convinced, and feels proud, but that the society pushes him for this role of championship and vengeance for his honor, yet he is who commits a major sin in the right of loved people and then suffers like such as the victim's killing , the writer Karima Kamal said that the media sometimes harms the reputation of women when they publish the name or image of woman whose husband have killed for honor and believes that it satisfies the conscience of the society.. She added that people who work the Media are not far from the same culture of masculinity that does not believe in women's work and speak out and so few of them that believe in equality.. Ashraf Riad Media Actor added from his experience in his morning live daily Naharak Saied program, that there were issues at which he was asked from viewers to speak about the right of children vision, adding that the situation in the media and channels is different for women because of her skill in this role.. He also added another issue concerning violence against women which is the issue of passive smoking because there is consequences affecting the health of the mother who smokes passively from her husband without a law protecting her from that as other countries.. The Conference lasted for two days in the presence of a number of NGO representatives and other members of the Coalition of NGOs interested in women's issues and the media..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Press release Democracy status report (16th report) May 2010
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, بيانات >.. Press release Democracy status report (16th report) May 2010.. 16-06-2010, 11:37.. Press release.. Democracy status report (16th report) May 2010.. Events of midterm elections for the Shura Council extension of Emergency Law Lawyers syndicate events the Supreme Administrative Court rules for marriage of divorced Christians these are the subjects that the 16th Democracy Status Report have monitored for the month of May, issued by the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement under the umbrella of its project "Towards building new Democratic Spaces" for the period from the 1st of May to the 31st of May.. The report has monitored the events of the midterm elections of the Shura Council which procures began since the 5th of May with the decision to open the door for nomination, the electoral publicity stage and ending with the elections day.. This election assured that the Egyptian Electoral process is very far from the free and fair electoral international standards.. There is a legislative frame that does not secure total equality between the all the parties of the electoral process since the legislations organizing the working of the Shura Council didn t put into consideration the legislative rights that the latest constitutional amendments have granted it; and remained with the legislative frame that rules its work per as a consultative council.. Thus, it kept for the President the right to appoint one third of its members and the elections is still held by the un-understandable lot system that excludes half of the constituencies from going through the elections.. Then there is the contradiction, and obvious duplicity between the law governing the political rights and the law of the Shura Council.. The report also monitored on the 11th of May that with the majority of 308 votes all National Party MPs, the legislative council agreed to the Government's request to extend the work with the Emergency Law with the addition of a new article that limits the application of the emergency provisions to terrorism and drugs.. The decision was followed by major rejection of the political elites and activists since the extension of the emergency state means that we are living in the shadow of exceptional laws and courts for the period of consistent 31 years.. In relation to the right of organization, the Watch has monitored the exchange of accusations of fraud with the daily interest from printed and broadcasted media about the incidents of the Bar.. This is taking place between the party powered by the chairman of the bar, member of the ruling party and his candidate in the Shura Council elections in the constituency of Northern Giza; and the senior member in the legislative council of the national party, member of the bar Omar Haridy who presented a request to the legislative council to amend the law of lawyers.. Of the main amendments requests are the increase in the number of the members of the assembly who have the right to withdraw the trust from the elected syndicate's board from  ...   Gharbia to the court with the accusations from the judge Abdel Fatah Mourad with obvious bias of the public prosecutor to the engine of the case and clear disregard to the communications provided by the two militants against the judge.. In relation to the right of participation, the report has monitored the rejection of the Higher Committee for elections to give acceptance to the monitors of the serious rights organizations to monitor the elections.. The report was also interested in following up the percussions of the ruling of the Supreme Administrative Court which condemned the rule of the Administrative Court to compel his Holiness Pope Shenouda to give the Orthodox Church permission to remarry for the second time a divorced citizen of the Copts which is a ruling that caused great sensation.. Whereas the Orthodox Church refused to submit to this rule as the church considers that the matters of marriage and divorce are specialty to the Christian Doctrine issued according to the orders of the Holy Book and that the church can't contravene the provisions of the religion to implement judicial sentence.. Another point of view sees that the Egyptian Church and with respect to its holiness that everyone respects is nothing than a state institution and that it is unacceptable that it does not implement a sentence coming from the Egyptian Judiciary.. We are now facing a very controversial situation, since from on hand we can't but demand that the judicial sentences be respected and that any state institution must submit to these sentences as w e have demanded over and over again in many occasions, nevertheless, the feverish sectarian climate makes most Copts in Egypt feel that the sentence has prejudice to their religious faith, and that if the incidence was to do with Islamic Shar'ia, the Egyptian Law would not have been able to disagree with it, and that is why the believe that there is strong duplicity that they don t accept.. The solution comes from the submission of the personal statue that organizes family relationships like marriage and divorce to unified civil law that comprehends the socio-economic developments that have come upon the Egyptian Society in the last decades; since it is unacceptable that these relationships would be governed by laws legislated in the first decade of the last century.. These laws should be discussed to view the seriousness of all parties of the society including the religious Islamic and Christian Institutions.. The arrest f 13 guys from the Anglican sect came after the accusation on charges of preaching Christianity during a meeting in the house of St.. Antonious follower of the Orthodox Church and comes as an assult to the freedom of religion and belief and excessive intervention of security forces since there is no legal provision that punishes on charge of preaching Christianity; as it is not permissible by security services to apply the emergency law on this issue specially that it has nothing to do with drugs or terrorism.. Wednesday 16th of June 2010..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The Second Statement Demonstrators are protesting in front of the General Attorney Office and the Prosecution does not respond until now
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, بيانات, بيانات >.. The Second Statement Demonstrators are protesting in front of the General Attorney Office and the Prosecution does not respond until now.. 14-06-2010, 05:58.. The Second Statement.. Demonstrators are protesting in front of the General Attorney Office and the Prosecution does not respond until now.. Six hours of continuous violations by the police forces of the demonstrators, which has been began by arresting them without any legal basics.. The police beaten them and abused them physically and morally and even got their lives at risk Also, the police forces ran after the protestor Ahmed Mohamed Samir and a car hit him and her suffered a deep cut in the eyelid and he is now under a surgery in Al Maghrabi hospital (Al Sayeda Nafisa).. At the same time, Dr.. Ayman Nour, Al - Ghad Party entered  ...   activists have been arrested and detained in cars for long hours and then released in isolated areas after attacking them and tearing their clothes such as Dr.. Hani al-Husseini and his son Shadi Hani al-Husseini, and the female journalist Rasha Azab after tearing her clothes.. All of these violations practiced by the security men assigned to protect the citizens, Despite the transmission of the media to these news, and some of them happened in front of the prosecutors at the High Court, which the demonstrators fled by, but until this moment the prosecution did not take any action to open an immediate investigation into these events and to indicate the fate of arrested demonstrators and the security services did not declare the places of detained activists up to this moment.. Front for the Defense of Demonstrators.. Cairo, 13th June 2010..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The Egyptian Interior Ministry is defending the arrest of criminals by arresting advocates for the implementation of the law
    Descriptive info: The Egyptian Interior Ministry is defending the arrest of criminals by arresting advocates for the implementation of the law.. 13-06-2010, 14:01.. In a form of harsh reflect presenting the role of executive authority and its disregard for legality , law and human rights, the Egyptian security forces arrested a number of human rights activists and politicians who demonstrated at Lazoghly Square for a peaceful march to condemn the murder of the young man from Alexandria (Khalid Saeed) who have been killed infront of the people in Sedi Gaber, Alexandria.. Khaled has been arrested in an internet café and then have been attacked until his death.. Khaled photos have been distributed  ...   5 pm in front of the Ministry of the Interior Lazoghly square.. The activists claim against the incident and ask for the rule of law and fair trails for people who killed Khaled.. The Security violated all laws, Egyptian constitution norms and International human rights values.. It arrested around 30 demonstrators number and assaulted them.. Until now, the security agencies do not reveal their whereabouts, which is plagued with all freedoms and rights of these citizens and a violation of the must be based prosecutors confronted and take its procedures to determine the reasons for the arrest of demonstrators.. Front for the Defence of the demonstrators in.. Cairo June 13, 2010..

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