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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Press Statement 5th Democratic Forum "The Role of New Media in Democratic change" Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th of May 2010
    Descriptive info: Magrabi.. Net.. > بيانات, بيانات, الملتقي >.. Press Statement 5th Democratic Forum "The Role of New Media in Democratic change" Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th of May 2010.. 23-05-2010, 08:07.. Author:.. nabil.. Press Statement.. 5th Democratic Forum.. "The Role of New Media in Democratic change".. Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th of May 2010.. In the framework of its project entitled "Building Democratic Spaces", the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE), in cooperation with the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF), holds the 5th Democratic Forum to discuss "The Role of New Media in Democratic Change" on Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th of May 2010, at Valencia Conference Room, Flamenco Hotel, Zamalek, Cairo.. The Forum is inspired by the unprecedented mobility witnessed at the Egyptian Scene during which the so-called "New Media" is playing a pivotal and increasing role raising questions about the problematic relationship between New Media and the Democratization Process in Egypt.. The 2 days forum consists of 6 major sessions which  ...   Mr.. Fathy Abou Hattab, Mr.. Ramy Raouf, Mr.. Abdelrahman Mustafa, Mr.. Emad Khalil and Mr.. Hossam El Hamalawy.. At the end the forum will demonstrate the most successful Media or social campaigns which introduced the New Media for example (Al Masry Al Youm Al Youm 7 Kefaya Together to enforce the judicial ruling to introduce a minimum wage 21606 Workers in Egyptian Flour Mills).. The 5th Forum will discuss the definition of "New Media", what it is and what's it's impact on the participation of different social groups (women, copts and workers), as well as legislative constraints and socio-cultural and technical challenges.. The 5th Forum is the latest in a series of Forums previously set up by EACPE during the last year, which discussed variant issues related to the Democratic Transformation Process in Egypt.. You can follow the forum and participate in the discussion which will take place for 2 days via the following link:.. http://bit.. ly/9Zy4v6.. EACPE 23rd of May 2010.. Back..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Democracy Status Watch 15th report (April report)
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, بيانات, تقارير >.. Democracy Status Watch 15th report (April report).. 22-05-2010, 07:41.. Press release.. The demand to confiscate the Arabian Nights the police forces assaulting the demonstrators on the 6th and 12th of April nominations are open to the "Shura Council" elections these are the headlines of the "Democracy Status Watch" 15th report issued by the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) in the framework of it's project "Building Democratic Spaces" and covering the period from 1 to 30 April 2010.. The report observed during this period: Under the right to life and body integrity: the abduction of the student Tareq Khader in the Faculty of Science of Alexandria while he's not older than 18 years, the raid over the residence of 5 students at Menouf faculty of engineering and the release of a number of leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, along with the arrest of twenty citizens belonging to one of the Sufism ways known as "El ahmadya" at Darnka village by the Security Forces.. Under the right to justice and the rule of law and the legislative performance: the exclusion of 5 interrogations submitted in the "People's Assembly" concerning the medical treatment on the state's expenses, the accusation of El Ghoul with disabling the laws concerning animals livestock, the motions submitted by members of parliament (MPs) in order to reveal the official who took bribes from the "Mercedes" Company in Egypt as well as the advocacy of Dr.. Zakaria Azmi, chief of staff of the Republic, for the trial of Privatization.. The report also monitored the behavior of 20 deputies of the People's Assembly and Shura Council who broke the law and the Constitution by serving in government posts.. On the other hand the report included a follow-up to the laws and regulations issued during the month of April 2010, such as the bills to amend the constituencies agenda for the Shura Council, some provisions of the practice of medicine and dental surgery, a bill of private sector participation in infrastructure, a bill to create the Associations of Imams and Preachers in equality with all members of trade unions and finally the initial approval of the draft Insurance and Pensions Act.. As for the practice of MPs it has been noticed that a reprimand was issued to MP Mohamed El Kasas who called for firing on protesters, and the clash between MP Abdel Rehim El Ghoul and the protestors in front of the People's Assembly.. With respect to major verdicts decisions and judicial rulings that were issued, the report monitored the referring of 5 of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to the Criminal Court of a High State Security Emergency Court being charged with money laundering and supplying banned funds for disrupt and prevent state institutions from functioning, the trial of what' been called "Khaleyet El Zaytoun" during which parents of the accused screamed and told the court that there is an officer behind the witness threatening him with slaughter.. The report also points to the provisions of the Supreme State Security Court on the accused in the case of Hezbollah which ranged between imprisonment to life and for 6 months, as well as it points to the rule of the Administrative  ...   in Egypt 2009" which raised the question of whether the elections in Egypt are a true mechanism for the devolution of power and covers the monitoring of all the elections held through the year 2009 as well as the beginnings of the next presidential elections and the movements of political parties and candidates as well as the nomination campaign of El Baradei.. The Democracy status Watch for the month of April also monitored the exclusion of some of the Egyptian workers at Kuwait by the Kuwaiti government because they joined the nomination campaign of El Baradei; furthermore the report monitored the nominations that are open in term of elections to the Shura Council, the movements of the Supreme Commission for Elections and the recent announcements on the publicity in relation to the monitoring process, the report was interested in the battles that took place within the National Party in the provinces to choose party candidates for the Shura Council elections in June through the electoral domain, which saw a clash between supporters of candidates.. In the framework of the right of peaceful assembly the report monitored 111 protests from all the various shades of the Egyptian people, which shed light over the continuation of the protest process in Egypt without interruption or decrease in intensity.. With regard to the rights of women the forward of the draft law to protect women from domestic violence, to the Commission and Complaints Committee at the People's Assembly and the People's Assembly approval of the proposals and complaints to amend Article 104 of the code of the State Council, which renewed the controversery over the appointment of women to judge at the new text of article "Members of the State Council" rather than the existing one of the "Men of the State Council".. And in the framework of the right to organize and form political parties and NGOs the report has approached the issue of MP Anwar Esmat Sadat, the Under-founder of the Reform and Development Party - under construction presenting officially his party's papers to the Committee on Political Parties People's Assembly and the welcoming by a number of politicians and specialists in the affairs of political parties with the ruling against the specialization of the Supreme Administrative Court of the "Parties affairs Committee" at the Shura Council in resolving disputes on the presidency of the parties, and the establishment of the " Association of Human Rights of the Nubians to Demand the Right of Return on the Banks of Lake Nasser to Aswan High Dam".. As for the Report's Special Topic for the Month of April, it was titled "The Right of Peaceful Assembly and Demonstration Right Given by the Constitution and International Conventions and prevented by warnings of the Interior Ministry!", it gave an overview on the international conventions, which decided the right to peaceful assembly as one of the most important rights as well as the texts of the Egyptian Constitution and the provisions of the Egyptian judiciary in order to illustrate legal errors which was signed by the Ministry of the Interior when insisted to reject the applications submitted to allow demonstrations during the month of April.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement.. 16th of May 2010..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The first report of the midterm elections to the Shura Council
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, بيانات, تقارير, انتخابات مجلس الشوري >.. The first report of the midterm elections to the Shura Council.. 22-05-2010, 04:29.. Legislative Council appoints one-third of its members - a contradiction in the legislation governing elections, the Shura Council - the intervention by the Ministry of the Interior to amend the electoral constituencies and harassment of candidates, while presenting their nomination papers - an urge for the nomination by the political forces - a significant improvement in the performance of the High Committee - absence of clear resolutions governing the human rights organizations monitoring elections.. Following the work of the Democracy Status Watch of the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement, the Watch monitored the initial stages of the midterm elections to the Shura Council, which was released by the presidential decree to open the door for nominations for the midterm elections to the Shura Council for the election of new members rather than members whose term of office has ended where as the nominations are open from 5 to 9 May, and the committees will begin to receive appeals from Monday, May 10th, for three days.. The President of the Republic urged the voters whose names are registered as voters to participate in the vote to the headquarters of their enrollment committees.. Where elections will be held on Tuesday, June 1st next, and in the case of repatriation will be on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010, which followed the decision of the Minister of Interior No.. 910 of 2010, and private dates of nomination and determine the rules of the submission of papers of nomination, which will be held in 27 governorates of the Republic and the elections will be held in accordance with Law 120 of 1980, as amended by Law No.. 10 of 1989 amended by the law 8 for the year 1995, where elections will be held in all constituencies in 14 provinces, while being held in 13 governorates in other constituencies without the other, in 21 constituencies elections will be for 2 members and 46 constituencies for the election of one member, bringing the total number of members elected to 67 members.. the decision explained that the number of citizens registered as voters is about 40 million voters in all the provinces and that the right to vote in the midterm elections to the Shura Council this year is about 30 million voters in 67 electoral district, with 27 provinces to be held in them elections.. The general director of the elections decided the conditions that must be met according to the law for those who want to nominate to contest in the elections for the Shura Council and the nomination papers and the rules of the appeals and objections and the selection of icons election and all administrative and management procedures and insurance for the electoral process, which will be followed by the Observatory in its first report.. The Watch decided to monitor 10 electoral constituencies from the sum of 67 constituencies, them being:.. Northern Giza constituency.. Southern Giza constituency.. Gamalia and Darb El Ahmar constituencies in Cairo.. First constituency in 6th of October.. Dabrasheen constituency in 6th of October.. Bandar El Mansoura constituency in Dakahlia.. Kanater and tokh in Kaliobia.. Deer Mowas in Menia.. Motaza in Alexandria.. Semoud and Katour in Gharbia.. The Watch will provide a formal request to the higher committee supervising the elections for allowing observers to monitor the electoral process and extract the statements necessary to do so, despite the lack of a clear-cut decisions by the Supreme Committee for Elections of how to extract those comments and the publication of some of the statements on the tongue of the Secretary-General of the National Council for Human Rights to initiate Extraction statements for interested organizations in monitoring by the Council, despite no declaration of the Council on the rules governing it explicitly, but the Watch insists on its right and that of the other organizations interested in monitoring in the extraction of statements controlled by the Supreme Committee for the elections without any tutelage by National Council for Human Rights.. The Watch will remark the nature upon which the Shura Council was formed after the recent constitutional amendments that granted it legislative powers, the legislation governing the Shura Council elections, the political climate in which to conduct elections for the Shura Council, and the performance of the various political forces, and the functioning of the Higher Committee in the stage of opening the door for nomination and the development of propaganda rules and control of civil society organizations, the stage of opening the door for nomination and performance of the administrative body, represented in the Ministry of the Interior in charge of supervising the stage of opening the door for nomination, objections and appeals, statements of the final candidate, the position of the various political forces of the elections and the size of their participation.. Firstly: Shoura Council composition and powers of the new legislature:.. Defined in article 196 of the Constitution the way of the formation of the Shura Council stipulating that a number of members determined by law, not less than 132 members are elected by two-thirds of Council members by direct secret ballot to be at least half of the workers, peasants and the president appoints the remaining third, text of Article 196 didn t mention that the half appointed by the president should be workers and peasants, the Law No.. 120 of 1980 set the number of members to 210 members, and then the Law was amended by Law No.. 10 of 1989, bringing the number to 258 members, and amended by Law No.. 8 of 1995 whereby the number of members would be 264 member, and there has been modification to the number of constituencies in 2010, without prejudice to the number of members to the circumstances of the establishment of three provinces.. Constituencies: Article 197 of the Constitution, of the electoral constituencies, says that the law defines the special services of the Shura Council and the number of members in every constituency has been incorporated in Act No.. 120 of 1980 and that the Shura Council would determine the number of constituencies to 26 precinct each constituency is conservative, then the law has been amended by the Act No.. 10 of 1989 and made the number of constituencies 86 circle, select the range of each constituency and components, later increased the number of constituencies to eighty-eight according to Law No.. 8 of 1995, and has been amendments constituencies in 2010 with the creation of four new constituencies provinces (Helwan, 6th of October, Luxor) to become the number of deputies in the G overnorate of Cairo of the midterm elections, 14 deputies instead of 16, after the introduction of Helwan and its separation from Cairo with two deputies, as the number of Vice-Giza 4 deputies after the introduction of 6th of October and separated from the Giza and has 4 deputies, as well as the number of Vice-Qena 8 instead of 10 and to maintain Luxor, two deputies and the rest of the provinces remained as is.. Term of office: According to Article 198 of the Constitution and Article 3 of Law No.. 120 of 1980, referred to the term of membership in the Council should be six years commencing from the date of first meeting and renewed election and appointment of half the members elected and appointed every three years and a delegate may be elected or reappointed if his membership expires.. Those whose membership expires at the end of the first three years will be re-elected by drawing lots by the Council in accordance with the rules defined by its internal regulations, and must be the election during the sixty days prior to completion.. The latest constitutional amendments to the Shura Council have summarized its legislative powers.. - Where Article 195 of the Constitution, the Shura Council shall be consulted as follows:.. Proposals for the amendment of one or more articles of the Constitution.. A draft of a general plan for social and economic development.. Peace treaties, alliances and all treaties involving modifications in the territory of the State or those concerning sovereignty rights.. Draft laws referred to it by the President of the Republic.. Referrals to the Council by the President of the Republic of topics related to the policy of the State or its policy regarding Arab or foreign affairs.. In addition, Article 76 of the Constitution, which identified the way to the nomination of election of the President of the Republic added importance to the Shura Council, which has identified that one of the conditions of candidacy for the post of President of the Republic is when the party who wants to put forward a candidate for the presidency, has seats in the Shura Council or the people through the election, while the independent candidate should get the nomination by 25 members of the Shura Council as a condition to run.. On this place the midterm elections goes on without legislative amendment to the governing law to the Shura Council Law No.. 120 of 1980, which proceeded to fit the nature of the Council and its advisory nature, but how can the law governing an advisory function regulate the council with legislative powers, how come the legislature to organize a law allowing the president to appoint one third of its members and the holding of elections on the two thirds of the way of the lottery and by the Council in accordance with the rules defined by an ambiguous statute, which the Watch tried to obtain repeatedly, which was rejected by the Council staff yet the papers were not found on the council's Web site, as are elections of the Council and in accordance with the individual system criticized by many of the various political forces and the executive authority of the State believes that the most important causes of the recent constitutional amendments is the reform of the electoral system and resolve the relative list system rather than individual system, which provides for a fanaticism system and tribal areas and the influence and domination of capital and to achieve representation of more equitable for women and Copts, and yet it did not rule a positive discrimination for women to determine the services earmarked for them in the Shura Council elections similar to what happens in the coming legislative elections, which means that the method of the Shura Council elections to appoint one third of its members and conduct the election for half of its members only and not to give the percentage devoted to women with the continuation of individual system lead to interference by the executive power and it s party in the formation of the Council, which has become an important legislative powers, which meant that it must amend the law governing the work of the Consultative Council.. Second: the contradiction between the law of the legislative exercise of political rights and the law of the organization of the Shura Council:.. The Watch observed in its various reports about the election of the People's Assembly and Shura Council and People's Councils and local stark contrast between the law on political rights and the laws governing the work of these councils, which creates a duplicity in charge of supervising the electoral process between the HEC and the Ministry of Interior as the representative to the management of the executive power, If the Political Rights Law 73 of 1956, as amended by Act 18 of 2007 has been given in Article III of the Higher Committee, the supervisor of elections,  ...   finally the Ghad Party candidate only one.. The banned group contributed with a number of 19 candidates from 14 provinces participating in the elections, including 6 candidates' workers and 13 categories, and that one candidate from each province with the exception of the provinces of El Sharkia and Dakahlia and Gharbia number of candidates in each of them.. The total number of deputies assigned to the current Shura Council, and whose term of office expires on 23 June next is 44 members.. As for the ruling National Democratic Party, it has gained a wide interest in the work of the Electoral College:.. After the recent constitutional amendments in which the judicial oversight of elections has been removed and the supervisors of the electoral committees became of employees of the executive branch which has increased interest in the co-election campaign conducted by the National Party before the general election, but some experts and many members of the National Party believe that the winner in the Electoral College, in the National Party is the winner in the elections due to the clear support by the executive branch to them and the inability of the heads of supervisory committees in the headquarters of election to meet the strength and influence of the party and the organs of executive power which has continued a conflict within the National Party between the old guard and the new which is clearly evident in the electoral college, especially after the announcement of, Ahmed Ezz Secretary of the organization from non-nomination of Trustees of the organization of the provinces and sections of the Shura Council elections which have seen the work of the electoral college incidents of fights and the use of knives and sticks, and there have also been various internal divisions within the National Party since there has been the work of the electoral college on Saturday, April 24, 2010, with the use of sticks between the members of the party in Dakahlia , because of the conflict between supporters of candidates, "Mohammed's Akl," and "Mohamed El-Ashry," and "Hassan Khaled," and "Mohammed Rashad " on the status and the city of Mansoura to the priority of putting pictures of the candidates at the entrance to the electoral college in the covered hall of Mansoura Stadium.. The security forces surrounded the entrance to the covered hall and imposed a security cordon outside the stadium to prevent the entry of more supporters of the candidates, and a number of young supporters of the candidate were prevented from entering, and seized lethal weapons with a number of them.. In Menia, Dr.. "Bahaa Fikri Ali," party secretary at the government, abolish the Electoral College to offer only one candidate "Atef Abdel Jaber Mohammed" present Shura Council member, and also the Electoral College circuit IV was abolished, which includes a Matai central and built a shrine for the same reason, with no advance only for Dr.. "Mustafa Mahmoud Mustafa Thabet" the uncle of "Gamal Mubarak," the Secretary of the Democratic Party Policy Committee, and had won the independent seat in 2004, as decided by the ruling National Party leaving the number of four circles of open competition is the Red Sea, Matruh, Aswan, and zefta.. The Higher Committee supervising the Electoral Process:.. We have also criticized in our previous reports on the midterm elections of the Shura in 2007 and the supplementary elections, which took place during the years 2007, 2008 and 2009, and accused the Higher Committee for Elections with total absence, but we must point out that there is a noticeable improvement in the performance of the Higher Committee in the midterm elections which showed a clear insistence to emerge during the opening of the nomination and investigation of the complaints of candidates who have been harassed while submitting the nomination papers and its insistence on requiring security directorates of the Ministry of Interior in charge of receiving the nomination papers in accordance with the law regulating the Shura Council, it also insisted to investigate complaints from candidates and issued quick decisions without diluting things, and Mr.. Chairman of the Supreme Chancellor also made the remarks as a brief triumph in the right of civil society organizations in monitoring and submission of requests for surveillance alone without the mediation of the National Council for Human Rights, a right guaranteed under the law on political rights, and that those decisions have not been translated into reality, where the decisions governing the control of civil society organizations was surprising issued by a statements by the National Council for Human Rights to organize the work of control, which must be addressed by the Higher Committee for Elections.. The truth is that there are a number of constraints faced by the Higher Committee for Elections based on the law regulating its work; the Political Rights Law 173 of 2005 Article 3 of which these are related to formation of the NPC and they constitute the decision of the Republican and selection of some of its members by the People's Assembly and Shura Council being members who were mentioned by law as public figures which is a loose and broad description and allows executive interference in their choice, which hampers the work of the Committee, and the contradiction of legislation between the law of political rights and the law regulating the work of the People's Assembly and Shura Council allowing the Ministry of the Interior to supervise the important stages in the electoral process, the analysis of the election and nominations lists are open and supervision on the nomination papers, which caused many problems in the various constituencies, where alone in the Ministry of Interior can divide the community and present to the Legislative Council without consulting the Higher Committee of Elections, as exclusively reported by the Ministry of Information the establishment of a committee to assess the media work during the elections to the press and the media broadcast the state-owned and private, and choice was made by the Minister of Information, a senior member of the ruling party that pits his party's Shura Council, the Chairman of the committee to assess the performance of the media in the electoral process which exceeded clearly the work of the Higher Election Committee charged with monitoring the work of propaganda and any comments about the coordination with the High Committee in this area are not acceptable and the work of the Committee of the choice of the Minister of Information from media personalities known to be close to the executive authority of its decisions are not going to be contested with impartiality.. The decision of the High Committee to lift the ceiling of election campaigns to 200 thousand pounds was successful and realistic as long as to the Higher Committee is able to develop mechanisms that allow them to monitor the financial ceiling specified in spending, also the remarks made by the President of the Higher Committee for Elections by insisting on non-use of religious slogans in the election is legally valid even though we wish it to emphasize the prohibition of the use of public funds and funds of state-owned in the publicity of the ruling party candidates, the most prominent negative points is the statement made by the President of the Higher Committee for Elections in a daily newspaper that the committee is over criticism and control, a statement that was a clear dispute because the Committee's decisions are actions of administrative organization of general elections to which all Egyptian citizens have the right to monitor and comment on the decisions within the limits allowed by law and there must be a distinguishing between the identity of the President of the Higher Committee for Elections and other advisors as members whom we have every respect and appreciation in their capacity as representatives of the judiciary in Egypt and between their work on the bench and which may not be under the public criticism of their sentences, and the membership in the Committee that oversees and manages the elections which every citizens and activists have the right to comment on its decisions.. The stage of opening the door for nomination:.. Security Directorates began in 27 governorates of the Republic on Monday 5/5/2010, accepting nominations for the Shura Council elections, where they are making applications to the Security Directorates in 27 governorates where elections is going to be conducted there and there will be no elections in the governorates of Ismailia nor El Wadi El Gedeed.. Nomination was continuous for 5 days from eight o'clock am to one and a half at noon while continuing to apply on the last day was until five in the afternoon, and elections is going to start on the coming first of June at 76 a public committee to choose 88 members and public commissions include 43 sub-committee and oversees 9 judges of elections in each general committee Judicial committees chaired by the head of each court of first instance will begin to examine the applications and the applicability of conditions on the candidates and to receive complaints and make their decisions.. *imaginary queues were observed to fool the candidates in order not to be able to get to deliver their papers at the committee supervising the elections by providing fake numbers for the candidates to keep them from presenting their papers in time.. * Some of the candidates were beaten, like "Mo'man Omar" the candidate of Nasary and the theft of his nomination papers.. There has been a maneuvering around, Dr.. "Ali Barakat" Muslim Brotherhood candidate for El Raml and Sidi Gaber and Montazah and prevented him from submitting his papers for two days and the acceptance of securities in the third day.. * the imposition of a security cordon to prevent candidates from submitting nomination papers from the first moments to open the door, where all the roads leading to the Commission were closed and received applications to run within the Directorate of Security Menoufiya.. The phenomenon of phantom lines and figures for the candidates to be distracted is the dominant characteristic that dominated the stage of opening the door for nomination in the midterm elections of the Shura where the security directorates in all governorates dealt with this method of dealing with all the candidates independent and the Muslim Brotherhood.. The second feature, which seized control of the security directorates, at that stage is the intransigence of the administrative body, namely the Ministry of the Interior to receive nomination papers in particular what happened in the committees receiving the applications in Giza Governorate, such intransigence to accept the nomination papers needed to prove the applicability conditions for nomination, such as certificate that the candidate is Egyptian, while it did not ask for such applications from candidates of the ruling party.. Final Statements:.. Counsel "Entsar Neseem," the President of Cairo Court of Appeal and the President of the Supreme Committee of Elections, said that 132 candidates belonging to 13 political parties, would contest the elections for the Shura Council, which will take place in the first month of June, among the 490 candidates' papers were accepted, and thus be parties competing for the elections is the ruling National Democratic Party, which competes on all the seats and the 88 seats, as well as opposition Al-Wafd, El Tagmow, El hor, EL Ghad, next generation democracy, Egypt's youth, a Republican free, democratic peace, the Arab Nasery, the Constitutional Liberal Democratic social justice , Egypt Arab Socialist Party, as the number of those who waivered from contesting the elections at the time when the report was issued are 34 candidates, all independents..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Executive Secretary
    Descriptive info: > وظائف شاغرة >.. Executive Secretary.. 21-04-2010, 09:27.. Organization: The Egyptian Association for Community participation Enhancement (EACPE).. Location: Cairo, Egypt.. Position: Executive Secretary.. Starting Date: Immediately.. Salary: Remuneration will be commensurate with the experience of the applicant.. Background about EACPE.. Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement is a nongovernmental, nonprofit organization, founded in May 2001, and registered under MOSS on February 2004.. EACPE is Working actively on building capacities of a number of organizations, networks and coalitions that are the most active in implementing different International human rights instruments such as, CRC, CEDAW, Beijing Platform of Action,.. Programs:.. Democracy Development Program: It aims to activate the role of Egyptian citizens in democratization and political reform.. EACPE has Democracy Status Watch program which monitored different Egyptian elections and has a very strong connection with the media.. Human Rights education program: to School Children: It aims to promoting human rights culture in schools and transforming this culture into a way of living.. The program was initiated in Cairo governorate, through which EACPE work in coordination with the Ministry of Education.. This program is being implemented now in 125 schools in 5 governorates.. Gender Equality Program: It aims to enforce the implementation of CEDAW through working on three levels: a.. institutionally: through building the capacities of the CEDAW coalition, b..  ...   information and calls.. Sets up and maintain files, records and databases as required.. Assists the chairman and programs directors in the management of his schedule.. Performs complex and confidential secretarial functions including developing written correspondence.. Composes reports, forms and other materials.. Schedules and organizes activities such as meetings, travel, and organization activities.. Prepares agendas, notices, minutes and resolutions for Board meetings.. Handle confidential and non-routine information.. 11.. Creates and develops visual presentations for the Chairman.. 12.. Assists the entire team with projects and time-critical programs.. Performs other related duties as assigned.. Requirements.. - A university degree in relevant field.. -At Least 2 years experience in working with Ngo's.. - Excellent English writing skills.. - Ability to work under pressure.. - Familiarity with the current work of human rights groups and defenders.. Arabic language skills.. Advanced communication skills (oral and written) and proven ability to draft clearly and succinctly.. Computer knowledge (MS Word, Internet, Power Point).. Application Deadline: Open (qualified applicants will be contacted and interviewed.. The advertisement of the position will be withdrawn upon the appointment of a successful applicant).. Applicants should send a CV, cover letter and, preferably to: info@mosharka.. org , Or fax: +202 415 05 46.. No telephone call is needed.. Short listed applicants will receive notifications for interviews.. EACPE is an equal opportunity organization..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The Democracy Status Watch (DSW) Third Annual Report 2009
    Descriptive info: > الصفحة الرئيسية, تقارير, تقارير, اصدارات وأبحاث >.. The Democracy Status Watch (DSW) Third Annual Report 2009.. 20-04-2010, 08:37..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Press conference Invitation The Democracy Status Watch (DSW) Third Annual Report The Election and the Future if change in Egypt
    Descriptive info: > الصفحة الرئيسية, بيانات, انشطة ومؤتمرات, بيانات, تقارير >.. Press conference Invitation The Democracy Status Watch (DSW) Third Annual Report The Election and the Future if change in Egypt.. 17-04-2010, 09:37.. Press conference Invitation.. The Democracy Status Watch (DSW) Third Annual Report.. The Election and the Future if change in Egypt.. The Democracy Status Watch (DSW) in the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) is honored to invite you to attend the Press Conference, which will be held on Monday, April 19, 2010 at Safir Hotel in Dokki, Cairo, at 10:00 a.. m.. The Conference will discuss the Third Annual Report issued by the watch and is the culmination of an entire phase of work during which DSW team observed different types of elections that took place in Egypt during the past the years from  ...   Democracy in Egypt 2009, which raises an important question is: "Are elections in Egypt a real mechanism for peaceful transfer of power?", through a brainstorming session headed by Dr.. Magdy Abdel Hamid, Chairman of EACPE, and in which Mr.. Ahmed Fawzi, lawyer and director of the Democracy Development Program in EACPE, will present the content of the report and its results.. Also DSW Team are honored that: Mr.. Abdul Ghaffar Shukr, the leading leftist and researcher in the Arab Research Center, Dr.. Amr Al Shobaky, author and expert in Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies, and Mr.. Gamal Abdel-Aziz, director of the Arab Network for Human Rights, will comment on the DSW Annual Report findings.. DSW will be privileged by your participation which will serve to enrich the debate.. Chairman of the Board.. Magdy Abdel Hamid..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> conept paper EACPE Program for Human Rights Education
    Descriptive info: > دراسات وابحاث, بيانات, بيانات >.. conept paper EACPE Program for Human Rights Education.. 3-04-2010, 15:07.. emadxtc.. EACPE Program for Human Rights Education.. :Introduction.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement has a program for Human Rights education in public schools targeting school children from 11-17 years of age.. This program was initiated in 2004, with 20 schools, now reached 90, in coordination with the Ministry of Education.. This program approach was.. (a) Knowledge and skills: for school children and teachers, for the purpose of learning about human rights and developing mechanisms for their protection, as well as acquiring skills to apply them in daily life;.. (b) Values, attitudes and behavior: developing values and reinforcing attitudes and behavior which uphold human rights;.. (c) Action: taking action to defend and promote human rights.. :The program objectives were.. (a) The strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms in the school system.. (b) The full development of the human personality and the sense of its dignity.. (c) The promotion of understanding, tolerance, gender equality and friendship among all peers, nations, racial, national, ethnic, and religious groups.. (d) The enabling of all persons to participate effectively in a free and democratic society governed by the rule of law;.. The results of the program:.. Increase children's knowledge of the principles of human rights and the practical application of those principles in the targeted schools, through the activities of the school children on various issues.. Increased knowledge of  ...   governates, as the Association is discussing with the ministry the possibility of adopting the idea and circulated nationwide.. Human rights clubs have been set up in targeted schools, and the implementation of activities aimed at the practice of human rights, and that through the discussion of problems and violations that the school children see with school administration and reached through the mechanisms of creation by the children themselves to the solutions of those problems, And this has helped improve upon the school environment and strengthening the sense of citizenship, and faith in the ability to change (in the words of the children themselves).. Awards for the most active schools in relation to the activities of human rights clubs, six computers have been distributed, and a number of radiocassrttes and cameras, human rights clubs has been supported by books of human rights and other recourses had been conducted where children need.. Four summer camps for a number of 200 school children, exchanged ideas and experiences, and set up a charter of the work of human rights clubs in schools, as well as to assess their work during the previous year and plan the New Year.. The school children through human rights clubs that they manage by themselves set up huge wealth of volunteer work including design special web to their clubs, as well as huge numbers of research on various issues of human rights, and field visits to orphanages and rehabilitation centers for disabled children.. Etc..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> conference on human rights education
    Descriptive info: > انشطة ومؤتمرات, بيانات, مؤتمرات >.. conference on human rights education.. 3-04-2010, 15:06.. Human Rights Education between the World Program.. and the National Efforts.. Cairo from 28 to 30 November 2006.. As part of the efforts exerted to implement the UN World Programme for Human Rights Education, the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement has convened a conference in Cairo from 28 to 30 November 2006.. It brought together more than 120 participants including Arab and international experts, representatives of national, regional and international institutions, as well as national associations working in the field of education in Egypt and Arab countries.. The conference aimed to develop an Egyptian National plan of action for human rights education as well as benefit from and enhance the efforts intended to promote human rights culture in the Arab region.. Throughout the conference sessions, the participants sought to develop a local perspective on how to implement the World Programme, as well as a general framework for a plan of action to serve as a platform for executive plans to be developed in Egypt and the Arab region.. Conference goal.. Activate the implementation of The World Program for human Rights education in Egypt.. Specific objectives.. To develop a national plan for human rights education in Egypt.. Exchange of experience among national and regional NGOs on Human Rights education initiatives.. Involving all actors in the process.. Develop mechanisms for regional collaboration in the field of Human Rights Education, based on active sharing of practical experiences.. Invitees.. Egyptian Ministry of Education.. Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.. Egyptian Ministry of International cooperation.. UNICEF.. UNESCO.. ALECSO.. ISESCO.. Arab Institute for Human Rights.. UNDP.. British Council.. Donors Group.. NCCM.. NCW.. NCHR.. NGOs, national and regional.. Media.. The conference outcomes.. A national plan of action for human rights education.. Establishing a taskforce to follow up on the outcomes.. Cairo Declaration for Human Rights Education.. Exchange of experience among Egyptian, Moroccan, Tunisian, Lebanese, Palestinian and Yemeni NGOs working on Human Rights Education.. Declaration of Principles on Human Rights Education.. Issued by the Cairo Conference, 28 30 November 2006.. In light of the conference discussions, interventions revolved around local needs and challenges, the roles to be played by various governmental and non-governmental actors; and out of the commitment to the universal human rights principles stipulated in the International Bill of Right; also driven by the urgent need to play an active role in contributing to the application of the World Programme for Human Rights Education, participants agreed on this Declaration.. First: The Context.. The participants have acknowledged the urgent need to working together to build a human rights culture in the Arab Region.. This was based on the belief that promoting human rights culture will contribute to enhancing equality and stop human rights violations, as these rights constitute the foundation of a just and democratic society.. The participants unanimously agreed that human rights education is closely connected to the human rights situation  ...   of peace; the promotion of people-centered sustainable development and social justice.. The participants affirmed the adoption of the World Programme for Human Rights Education as a reference framework which not only requires the development of educational curricula, but also of policies, and medium and long-term plans and programmes, as well as making available of human and material resources necessary for the implementation of such plans.. The participants emphasized the importance of working toward respect for the principle of universality of human rights and their indivisibility, including civil, economic, social and cultural rights, and the right to development, the right to self-determination, and other rights stipulated in international instruments.. The participants affirmed the commitment to work for achieving gender equality based on the principle that women's rights are integral part of human rights.. The participants emphasized the importance of working for the respect of cultural diversity, and abandoning making an excuse of cultural specialty in order not to commit to international human rights standards.. The participants expressed their commitment to give a high priority to working to support the rights of the marginalized and vulnerable people in education and other basic rights.. Third: The Objectives.. To work with all concerned parties for enhancing the development of human rights culture.. To spread the basic principles and contribute to the development of human rights education methodologies based on international instruments.. To activate the principle of partnership, and create collective activities at the national and regional levels.. To lay down a strategy aimed to communicate with regional and international programmes and expertise in the field of human rights education.. Fourth: The Framework.. In light of these general principles and objectives, the participants decided to work for the establishing of a national mechanism (a human rights education network), and a regional mechanism (regional working group to promote human rights culture).. Such mechanisms are intended to activate the transformation of the Plan of Action into tangible reality in conformity with the principles included in the World Programme.. This can be achieved through the following measures:.. To study and develop the mechanisms required to identify local needs in the field of human rights education, and to suggest the means to meet such needs.. To contribute to laying down the guiding principles for the basic elements of human rights education.. To find out the means of developing criteria to measure the achievements of human rights education programmes and plans.. To establish, or strengthen, partnerships and coalitions that would contribute to the implementation of plans and programmes, including inviting the state and the media to lay the ground for a cultural environment that follows human rights values, standards and principles, and to promote this culture among all society sectors.. To clear school curricula of repetition and whatever may entrench discrimination (as to gender, religion, or any other reason), and develop tools that would deepen values and principles stemmed from the belief in the universality of human rights..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> PRESS RELEASE Democracy Status Report in Egypt VII oward building new democratic spaces
    Descriptive info: > بيانات, بيانات, تقارير, اصدارات >.. PRESS RELEASE Democracy Status Report in Egypt VII oward building new democratic spaces.. 3-04-2010, 15:05.. PRESS RELEASE.. Democracy Status Report in Egypt VII.. oward building new democratic spaces.. The return of the rulings against religious disbelief.. The decision of the Governor of Assiut to prevent the entry of women to the governorate Court except with men, human rights organizations demanding the confiscation of several books.. ,the harvesting of the protests, which reached 41 protest during the month of August.. The Bitter Harvest of the sectarian violence, the problem of financing of the civil work in Egypt.. these are the Key topics addressed in the report of the state of democracy in Egypt VII for the period from 1 to August 31, issued by the Egyptian Association for community participation Enhancement in its efforts "toward building new democratic spaces".. The report observed, in the frame of freedom of belief and religion, that sectarian violence continues with five incidents, "Three in Minya, one in Dakahliya and an accident in the city of Luxor, were fifteen people were killed and wounded.. In addition seven tents, two cars and a supermarket were burned and destroyed.. Also the family court sentenced of the annexation of the Muslim child to his grandfather after his parents converted to the Baha'i, which the court said in dicta that the parents and the defendant's daughter are apostates and therefore will not be recognized for the child custody and spousal support and that they are dishonest to raise the child.. In the context of freedom of opinion and expression, in an incident one of its kind, the report monitored the filing, of two human rights organizations; United Group made "Negad Co.. " and The Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence, of a complaint to the Attorney General for the forfeiture of several books in August 25th to the Attorney General to seize and forfeit a number of Heritage Books.. within the right to participate in public life through elections, the report monitored the early start of the atmosphere of the next parliamentary elections in 2010; the Muslim Brotherhood announcement proclaiming its intention to enter the next parliamentary elections, the "mass resignations" is the new policy being pursued by members of  ...   violation of the right to education with total 41 protests ranging from peaceful protest demonstrations and vigils, and labor strikes and sit-ins and hunger strikes.. In the framework of the rights of women, the report monitored El-Masaeya newspaper journalists who were protesting against the annexation of the newspaper to El-Akhbar institute faced harassment by the press officers of the Department.. Also the decision of Major General Nabil Ezabi Governor of Assiut to ban the entry of women to the building of the City Hall without a man, and the announcement of Dr.. Amena Naseer, a professor of religion and Islamic philosophy at Al Azhar University Al-Azhar sheikhs (men) do not want women to compete, because they see it on the basis that she is the mother of children in the area of advocacy, and discourage the appearance at all.. the acceptance of graduates from faculties of law and Sharia law and the police to fill the post of Assistant Representative, for the first time in the history of the State.. Under the right of association, freedom to form political parties, the report monitored the intransigence of the parties and the Center Party and its setting up of obstacles to the Reform and Development Party and the intransigence of the Ministry of Social Solidarity and resolution of the Board of University Teaching Staff Club in Cairo.. and in the framework of syndicates the right to form and join trade unions, the report monitored a Report of the State Commissioners Authority of the null of the elections of the lawyers general Council resolution and the decision of the general syndicate council of dissolving the branches' syndicates' councils.. the theme issue of the report is entitled problem of financing of the civil work in Egypt, which tackled the legal framework for the financing of civil work and the lack of practical experience of civil organizations in attracting local funding, and creating self-financing, and the priority to reflect collectively on the issue of plans and strategies for generating funds necessary for the activities of organizations of civil society in a way that achieves continuity and that encourages ordinary citizens to engage in the activities of organizations of civil society.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE).. Tuesday, September 1st, 2009..

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  • Title: Press Release The Fifth Democracy Status Report » The Egyptian Association For Community Participation Enhancement
    Descriptive info: 30.. Press Release The Fifth Democracy Status Report.. 3-04-2010, 15:03.. : 662 |.. Press Release.. The Fifth Democracy Status Report.. The Fifth Democracy Status Report published by the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement, covering the month of June 2009, has revealed the decline of the democratic dialogue in the Egyptian Parliament.. Which was clear in the way the representatives offence each other; and even threaten to kill one another, violating the principle of respecting others opinion.. At the end of the fourth session of the Legislative Council there have been Notifications and Questionings.. These have revealed drastic defects in the inner regulation organizing the work of the Council.. Those defects give the Council s President an unlimited Discretionary Power in managing the Parliament.. This in turn allows the National Democratic Party (NDP), the ruling party s delegates to go beyond limits in treating the opposition and independent delegates without any penalties.. They also insult the independent and opposition delegates, and they even sometimes get them banned from attending the sessions just because they practice their official right of monitoring the executive authority.. In general the performance of the delegates was in line with the rumors about the possible dissolution of the Parliament in order to change 75% of the actual delegates of the NDP in the next elections.. Consequently the delegates started to appear in their constituencies and to the officials in the ruling party.. They also tried to be active and show that they have what it takes to stay in the Parliament.. On the other hand the primary political parties have increased their activities by holding conferences and lectures in the Counties.. These parties held discussions with their cadres about the dissolution of the Parliament and whether they can compete with the ruling party in the next elections.. On one hand, some parties find that they must boycott the elections because of the absence of judiciary monitoring and of the executive authority s direct intrusions.. On the other hand, other  ...   the strikes and stands of workers and employees confirm the desperate economic and social life in Egypt, sheds a light and over the need of these workers and employees for independent unions to defend their rights.. For example 250 worker at the Beet Sugar Company started a strike at the company s headquarters on Thursday 11/6/2009, asking to view the 2008 budget, and to be paid their risk and work nature allowance over their total salary.. In addition the workers of the Linen Tanta Company continued their strike and demonstration which started at the end of May 2009 asking for their rights, in collaboration with the presidents and members of union committees of the Spinning and Weaving companies.. This need for independent unions was confirmed by the recommendations of the Second Democratic Forum which was held by the EACPE under the title The Challenges of the Unionist Work and the Future of Democratic Change in Egypt which will be covered in the next report.. The report s special topic covered the discussions of the different political parties as well as political and human rights activists about the Feminine Quota in Parliament.. This case has revealed an extreme duality in these parties and organizations.. Were at the time when they welcomed the idea of giving women their right for legislative representation, however, at the same time, their actions have confirmed their disapproval of these ideas as they argued that there is a crisis in the law itself and that we are in need for amending the legislations organizing elections in Egypt.. Also others find that the project presented by the government is only a response to pressures from abroad.. These situations have revealed the vision, of the parties and elite, concerned of the democratic development taking place in Egypt.. EACPE.. Sunday 12th July 2009.. Print.. Home Page.. 08-01-2011 / 08:00.. Coach Handbags.. coach factory outlet.. coach outlet.. coach outlet online.. coach outlet store.. Cheap Coach Handbags On Sale.. coach outlet store online.. CY008.. ---------------------------------------..

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  • Title: Urgent statement Dr. Ayman Noor sentenced five years in prison !! » The Egyptian Association For Community Participation Enhancement
    Descriptive info: Urgent statement Dr.. Ayman Noor sentenced five years in prison !!.. 3-04-2010, 15:02.. : 890 |.. Urgent statement.. Regarding the five years imprisonment sentence issued against Dr.. Ayman Noor, based on charges of forgery of signatures for the announcement of El Ghad political party, the Egyptian association for community participation enhancement rejects the unjust sentence against Dr.. Ayman Noor an important person in the Egyptian civil opposition, and one of the most noticeable human rights activists the association also sees that charges against him have other political motives, and this was clear from the beginning of the investigation with him till the announcement of the sentence on Saturday 24/12/2005, although the association is not surprised with that sentence.. As it became obvious that any pretending speech by the state about political reform and supremacy of the law and all that stuff is just pure lies and games played by the government to avoid outside and inside pressures demanding a political reform, because what happened in the parliamentarian elections 2005, and the aggressive violations against citizens which resulted in the death of 14 Egyptian citizens and many others wounded, the excessive use of force to prevent the electors from voting, even assaults on judges observing the elections and other observers from civil society organizations, journalists and delegates of press agencies, and before that the ferocious actions by the security forces against citizens of the north of Sinai, assaults on villages in Egyptian countryside like Serando and Kamsheesh, the arrests, torture, harassments against women and then comes the comic play of Dr.. Ayman Noor trial, destroying all meanings of justice and democracy.. All those events killed the alleged project of political reform.. The Egyptian association for community participation enhancement at first didn t announce its opinion in the trial in respect of the Egyptian judgment and as the case was still undergoing, but the unjust sentence and what happened during the trial eliminated all reasons the association had to keep its opinion unsaid.. So, the association presents the following notes:.. Obviously, all charges issued against Noor are fabricated, as there was a suspicious deal between one of the accused who was recorded dangerous by the ministry of Interiors and the public money prosecution officer who drew up the minutes of the case, to lure Dr.. Ayman Noor and get him accused.. This method is a great danger to justice in Egypt, and everybody saw how criminals were used to prevent electors from voting and terrifying judges in the last parliamentarian elections.. This deal started after Noor insisted on crossing the red lines, and his insistence during the national dialogue of parties on the modification of substance 76 of the constitution and not slowing or delaying it till after the presidential elections 2005, just before the president launched his initiative to modify substance 76, and also Dr.. Ayman Noor s insistence on going through the presidential elections even before that initiative.. Procedures for removing Noor s parliamentarian immunity were full of infractions to rules and measures of parliamentarian and law procedures required, and he was areested and taken from in front of the parliament only half an hour after the immunity was removed, although the immunity removal wasn t announced, which means that arresting Noor was already intended and planned.. Security forces attacked Dr.. Ayman Noor after his arrest in Al Tahrir square in mid town, and he was searched in an insulting way in front of the people, also the complaint he filed to the attorney general about the assault on him and the excessive use of force wasn t well investigated and the attorney general in his statement, decided that Noor s injuries resulted from resisting the police while arresting him!!.. Referring Dr.. Ayman Noor to the higher prosecution for state security for his investigation although the case was a criminal case as the state decided, the renewal of his reserve arrest more than once without lawful reasons as his home address is known and he is a publicly known person who can t escape, also he can t change any of the case s clues as they are all with the general  ...   of offensive procedures to enter the hall and preferred to leave.. The truth is that methods practiced by the security forces during the observation and organization of many assemblies and gatherings became very unjustifiable and offensive to the dignity of the Egyptian citizens, and to the great reputation of this country and this civilization.. Security forces at last finished their acts by assaulting Dr.. Ayman Noor s loyalists using anti-disturbance forces after announcing the five years sentence issued against him.. Circle 4 felonies, headed by counsel Ahmed Abdel Salam Gom aa was very discriminate according to what was said by members of defense for Ayman Noor and many observers of civil society organizations and law experts as the court didn t enable the defense to accomplish many requests which prevents them from their right to present a defense, also the court didn t stop of cursing to Noor by the defense of other accused in the same case, and that in turn leaded to the defense and Noor himself to ask for changing the court, but their request was refused by court of appeal, then the lawsuit was reopened by the same court, and it was more appropriate for the court to withdraw from the lawsuit works in order to apply justice.. Some acts made by the head of the court in some cases of political nature, such as the sentence on Saad ElDin Ibrahim who was found innocent by the court of revocation, due to many infractions by the first degree court, observers also mentioned the sentence by the head of the court on the Iranian spy who was condemned by the court, and causation of the sentence contained praising to Mr.. President, and this praise was out of domain.. Also it became obvious that some secret acts were made to make Noor stand before that circle, because if we considered that the case is criminal then normally it would have been assigned another sitting and in front of another court, but it appears that the intention was to sentence Ayman Noor by that court.. Due to all said, the association sees that Dr.. Ayman Noor s case ignored many rules of law and rights, such as the infraction for substance 10 for the international agreement civil and political rights, ordering to treat the convicts in a humanly and dignity way, which was the opposite of the way of dealing with the accused during the arrest and during his reserve imrisonment, the infraction to the substance 14 from the international agreement for civil and political rights, and those rights were violated by the court, substance 17 from the same agreement not to hurt or mention the accused or his family by any non-lawful campaigns, which was not made by media and the press related to the state, also substance 21 from the same agreement assuring the right of peaceful gathering without restrictions, that rights was violated by security forces who surrounded loyalists of Ayman Noor and used excessive force to separate them, not to mention many other infractions that can t be listed in on statement, in clear violation to the Egyptian constitution and the international agreements signed by successive Egyptian governments and became a part of their interior laws.. Although the association highly denounce and grieve because of the wrongful sentence, reassuring the state s insistence on eliminating any voice for the civilian opposition whether liberal, leftist or national to seem isolated with their speeches confronting fundamentalist current brought by the state itself as a scarecrow for who demands democracy and reform.. In spite of all that, the association is assured that the fair Egyptian judgment will win for the justice; also the association salutes all the reform powers who joined forces with Dr.. Ayman Noor even if they disagreed with him politically, but they were on the side of democratic rules.. The Egyptian association for.. Community participation.. Enhancement.. 24 / 12 / 2005.. 23-02-2011 / 04:25.. wedding dresses.. evening dresses.. prom dresses.. Bridesmaid Dresses.. party dresses.. party dresses uk.. cheap party dresses.. prom dresses uk.. Maxi Dresses.. cheap dresses.. occasion dresses.. Long Prom Dresses.. Prom Dresses 2011.. 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