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  • Title: General indications of the initial analysis of results of monitoring presidential elections » The Egyptian Association For Community Participation Enhancement
    Descriptive info: 30.. General indications of the initial analysis of results of monitoring presidential elections.. 3-04-2010, 14:34.. : 703 |.. General indications of the initial analysis of results.. of monitoring presidential elections.. On the night of the seventh of September 2005, the first presidential elections in Egypt has ended, and our association has observed, analyzed and studied the elections, through the monitoring of twenty distributed constituencies all over the country, a sample representing all of Egypt, including countryside and urban regions, north, south and amid of the country, border governorates, coastal governorates and Suez channel cities.. The election process had many diversities and differences in the performance of the same authorities in the different places, a prominence of roles of authorities and a retreat of roles of other authorities that we were used to its presence in such occasions.. One of the most significant roles, a role that will remain in the nation's memory for a long period of time, is the role of the Egyptian judges in the election operation, starting from their role in the administration of the committee of the presidential elections, and that Counsel / Mamdouh Marei, who was said to have played the role that the Ministry of Internal affairs have played in the previous elections, preventing huge number of judges who are different in opinion from participating in managing the election process, he also ordered the prevention of the Egyptian civil society enterprises from their constitutional right in the monitoring of the elections.. The role of administrative prosecution and the governmental royal, that was clearly conspiring with the violations that took place in favor of the National Party candidate, and not committed to the rules and the laws organizing the election process.. And lastly the honorable and tentative role of the most of sitting judges who maintained the committees administration that they managed according to the rules and the laws, starting from opening the election boxes and the reception of the electors, until the completion of the sorting operation and the declaration of the election results.. The initial indications of results of observation, follow-up and analysis are as follows.. The election campaign.. Our observers concentrated on a quantitative and qualitative observation and analysis for the election campaign of the candidates, where other supervisory institutions who are members in the coalition were concerned with the supervision of the election campaign in different mass media.. Our observers have noticed those observations.. The excessiveness in the election campaign of the National Party candidate that by no means matched with the election campaign of other candidates.. The election campaign of the rest of the presidential candidates gathered only what counted about 8% of the election campaign of the National Party candidate.. The election campaign presented to the National Party candidate from the members of the current People's Assembly and Shura Council, the supporters of the National party, businessmen and merchants, counted more than 90% of the party s total election campaign.. The National Party supporters showed their names, jobs and their party and social position many times using not only speeches but also huge pictures, in their election campaign and support of the National Party candidate, that seemed as if they were the candidates themselves, and that there is an election battle between them.. The election campaign of the supporters of the National Party candidate from the business men was immense, containing the election constituencies they were used to engage their parliamentary elections in.. The administrative and local authorities forced junior and mid-sized shop owners of different kinds to participate in the election campaign by placing signs to the National Party candidate, or else they would be exposed to different administrative penalties like the occupation of the road and other forms of violations that are probably disregarded.. Only few supporters of other parties candidates worked on the election campaign publicly in favor of the candidates of their parties, fearing their exposure to punishment, and those who did mention their names were harmed.. The election campaign of all candidates continued till the Election Day, all election campaign forms in favor of the National Party candidate were made inside the election committees in the Election Day itself.. The elections and the state institutions.. The wide use of the state authority, influence and capabilities in favor of the National  ...   committees sometimes exceeded 50%.. Some offensive violations form.. The presence of many of the election committees inside police stations headquarters, thus violating law.. The presence of the electors lists outside some of the committees with policemen and National Party members only.. The vote of out-comers in some of the committees by identity cards only, thus violating law.. Doubts were raised by the delay of the starting time of some committees.. The collective voting in some of the governorates by unknown persons to the constituent (Suez city for example).. The officials of some election committees for ladies directed the illiterate electors to place their print in the place corresponding to the National Party candidate.. Delegates of the National Party candidate sometimes accompanied the electors during the voting process in some of the committees, not respecting the voting secrecy.. General notes.. The National Party main battle was not with the competing candidates, but with the participants ratio where the main challenge to them was to raise the participation ratio to 50%, which couldn t be achieved except in limited committees, by the means already mentioned.. A side struggle was noticed on the sidelines of the elections process between the competitors from the National Party supporters on the nomination of the party to them in the coming parliament elections, where mutual insulting and fighting inside the committees headquarters took place as they were competing to prove who is most loyal to the party and most suitable to gather crowds in favor of the party candidate in the presidential elections.. Most of the judges performance was respectful, considering rules and laws.. Also one must take into consideration the insufficiency of their number which limited their ability to cover a suitable ratio of the committees.. Most of the judges allowed the presence of observers of the civil society inside the election headquarters and facilitated their task, some of them allowed the attendance of observers during the voting operation itself, at the same time the weakness of other committees presidents was noticed from the administrative prosecutions and governmental royal, whether regarding their ability to control committees, or their commitment to rules, laws, impartiality and fairness.. All of our observers noticed the wide-ranging use from the National Party candidate supporters to the state capabilities and in particular the use of the general vehicles and vehicles belonging to governmental companies, corporations and administrations in collective transfer of their working electors as well as the governmental authorities to their election headquarters and the assurance of their voting for the party candidate, as well as threatening those who won t vote for the National Party candidate.. 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  • Title: Analytical reading for the day of the referendum on constitutional amendments » The Egyptian Association For Community Participation Enhancement
    Descriptive info: Analytical reading for the day of the referendum on constitutional amendments.. 3-04-2010, 14:33.. : 597 |.. The EACPE s Democracy Status Watch is closely following the events of the 26th of March of 2007, the day of the referendum on constitutional amendments to 34 article of the Egyptian Constitution, and the watch provides its analytical reading to the events of this day, as follows:.. First:.. Intensive security presence inside and outside the polling centers and stations either official or civil dressed, especially in locations where it is expected that the opposition parties organize demonstrations to express their rejection of the amendments.. Second:.. Members and leaders of national Democratic Party (NDP) (the ruling party) behave as if they organize internal elections in the party and it is not a popular referendum for all Egyptian citizens.. Third:.. General Federation of Egypt Workers and the Trade unions Committees have played a role in all regulatory and supervisory work in mobilizing workers and gathering them from the great companies and institution, in cars and buses and transferring them to the polling stations and follow up on their voting by (yes) to the constitutional amendments.. Fourth:.. (NDP) leaders, businessmen and members of the parliament (The People s Assembly) who belong to (NDP), have saved the government from a big scandal, as they made strenuous efforts to mobilize and gathering in the state vehicles and private vehicles, the workers of state institutions and some of their supporters to the polling centers and stations to make it not seems like abandoned areas not entered by anyone.. Fifth:.. With the exception of collective voting, the voting of the ordinary citizens' is  ...   poling centers and stations and vote (yes) to the proposed constitutional amendments.. Ninth:.. All efforts for collective transportation were inadequate, as it happened among the workers in agencies, companies and state bodies institutions, which represent a small proportion of all the Egyptian voters, and had to found another way to fill the polling boxes with ballot.. Tenth:.. The lack of judiciary supervision in sub polling stations, as well as some of the polling centers, and assigning administrative staff for this mission, had lead to the spread of the phenomenon of forgery (to marked the ballots) widely with the help of NDP members, security officers and the executive bodies, without any objection, and perhaps be welcomed by the supervisors of the sub-polling stations, which indicate the desire of the government to announce high rate of participation, exceeding what was in fact.. Eleventh:.. Conclusion:.. Active participation for voting on referendum amendments was very weak.. There was a wide use of all the resources of the state in gathering voters and transporting them for collective voting, by executive leaders of the state, the General Federation of Egypt Workers , the (NDP) leaders, businessmen and members of the (People's Assembly) and (Shoura Council) who belong to (NDP).. Manipulation of voters who did not know anything about what they were doing was a widely spread phenomenon.. Combination between the absences of judges and the broadest process of forgery.. All details of the voting process as watched were under the care and protection of intensive security.. EACPE.. Democracy Status Watch.. 23/3/2007.. 24-02-2011 / 08:07.. Thank you for that post a href=http://megafreshka.. net/.. /a.. 24-02-2011 / 08:12.. [url=http://megafreshka.. net][/url].. http://ciko.. az..

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  • Title: Articles for April 2010 Year » The Egyptian Association For Community Participation Enhancement
    Descriptive info: Executive Secretary.. 21-04-2010, 09:27.. : 1333 |.. The Egyptian Association for Community participation Enhancement (EACPE) is looking for hiring Executive Secretary.. The Democracy Status Watch (DSW) Third Annual Report 2009.. 20-04-2010, 08:37.. : 1052 |.. 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 2007 to 2009 with support from the.. European Commission.. , before moving to a new stage during which DSW will monitor the legislative elections in 2010 as well as the presidential elections in 2011.. 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.. : 1472 |.. 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  ...   15:06.. : 4687 |.. 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.. PRESS RELEASE Democracy Status Report in Egypt VII oward building new democratic spaces.. 3-04-2010, 15:05.. : 1065 |.. 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"..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Following the bloody clashes between proponents of Morsy and the Egyptian people EACPE calls for immediate trial for those who incited violence
    Descriptive info: Magrabi.. Net.. > الصفحة الرئيسية, بيانات, ----------------برنامج تنمية الديمقراطية, ***مرصد حالة الديمقراطية***, بيانات >.. Following the bloody clashes between proponents of Morsy and the Egyptian people EACPE calls for immediate trial for those who incited violence.. 9-07-2013, 12:54.. Author:.. nabil.. Following the bloody clashes between proponents of Morsy and the Egyptian people.. EACPE calls for immediate trial for those who incited violence.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) condemns the discourse of some leaders of the Islamic faction and Muslim Brothers (MBs), who incited violence and issued statements accusing demonstrators of Tahrir Square and the Presidential Palace, as well as Copts of being blasphemers and infidels.. EACPE demands their immediate trial.. Mohamed El Beltagi, an MB leader, had called upon protesters of Rabaa Square (proponents of Morsy) to be ready for martyrdom and to ask their friends and families to go down to all squares to prove that they are the majority, emphasizing that opponents  ...   to demolish Islam.. EACPE thus affirms that all citizens have the right to express their opinions with every legitimate way possible, including peaceful assembly, which is a right guaranteed by the Constitution and international human rights documents.. EACPE also condemns the instigating discourse of most MB leaders and figures against protestors of June 30th and demands their immediate trial towards stopping bloodshed from both sides.. EACPE considers President Morsy and MBs the responsibility for all the violence against peaceful protestors.. It is worth mentioning that the area of Cairo University and "Al-Nahda" square have witnessed yesterday, Tuesday the July 2.. nd.. , 2013, clashes between the Brotherhood members and the opposition, which resulted in the deaths of 16 people from both sides, and more than 200 injuries.. Governorates of Gharbeya, Behira, Alexandria, Suez, Kafr Al-Sheikh and Qalubeya also witnessed clashes similar to that which took place in Giza governorate, which resulted in several injuries as well.. Back..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Conserved for the blood of all Egyptians and at the behest of the masses Community participation demanding President Morsi to leave And an immediate investigation into the events of violence
    Descriptive info: Conserved for the blood of all Egyptians and at the behest of the masses Community participation demanding President Morsi to leave And an immediate investigation into the events of violence.. 9-07-2013, 12:48.. Conserved for the blood of all Egyptians and at the behest of the masses.. Community participation demanding President Morsi to leave.. And an immediate investigation into the events of violence.. Expresses the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement expressed its condemnation of the violence witnessed demonstrations yesterday Sunday, June 30, 2013, warning of the consequences of rising violence in the country, which is likely to enter Egypt in a spiral of violence and counter-violence, demanding an immediate investigation into all incidents of violence witnessed by the various provincesand all parties comply Bslmah demonstrations, as demanded by the president at the same time Mohamed Morsi to leave and abandon power immediately, and it preserved the blood of all Egyptians, and at the behest of the masses in all fields.. He had gone a victim of the clashes that took place yesterday, Sunday, June 30, 2013 between the supporters and opponents of President Morsi about 16 people dead and nearly 900 injured, were distributed as such:.. sharp clashes took place between supporters and opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood in front of the guidance office mokattam on Sunday evening, killing 8 people live bullets and wounding nearly 70 injured.. In Assiut (3 deaths), where she was a march against President Marina fire from inside the headquarters of freedom and justice, injuring more than 25 wounded, and a variety of injury between pencil neighborhood places separate from the body and suffocation as a result take a large number of tear gas tear gas, were transported to hospitals in Assiut sporadic, while the word "Abba fair" last  ...   Alexandria, too, had died Sunday evening Secretary inform the Egyptian Democratic Party social honestly Alexandria" Mr.. Mohammed Ismail applies, "after being beaten during clashes with members of the Muslim Brotherhood.. As for the patients were numbered in Cairo about 87 injured, In Kaliobeya 3 patients, and in Alexandria, 25 wounded, and Dakahlia 3 injured, East 15 injured, lake 312 injured, Damietta 7 injured, Western 38 injured, Kafr El Sheikh 31 injured, Almonofiyah 15 injured.. , Beni Suef, 38 patients, Minya infected and one, and Assiut 6 injured, Sohag 4 patients, and Aswan 5 injured.. In this regard, the renewal of the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement claim the following:.. : President Morsi claim to abandon the seat of government on the spot, in response to the demands of the demonstrators and the voice of the Egyptian people in the various provinces alike, and call for early presidential elections.. : The demand that all parties involved in the demonstrations of the Muslim Brotherhood and the revolutionary forces and the opposition Civil whether in the capital or in the provinces of Egypt different respect "peaceful" demonstrations and not to resort to the use of violence, and it is our right to the blood of the Egyptians and the sake of the success of the move popular peaceful democratic in achieving its objectives, and to make a scene " democratic "Egypt's Revolution neighborhood and the future.. It is noteworthy that the Egyptian Assembly had demanded that President Morsi, such as demonstrations go, and that in two cases, the first multi-million marched in demonstrations June 30, and the second in the case of the excessive escalation of violence and bloodshed of Egyptians during the demonstrations.. There have been two cases, So shall the departure of President Morsi immediately..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> fourth Statement for community participation
    Descriptive info: fourth Statement for community participation.. 9-07-2013, 12:15.. fourth.. Statement for community participation.. Muslim Brotherhood demonstrators messages "Dink's the most expensive of your and the food and freedom.. Victory religion only.. ".. Bearded Gharbia firing bullets at the demonstrators.. Egypt's judges and 25 feminist movement and endowments imams, priests and journalists involved demonstrations.. Marches for physicians, pharmacists, lawyers, teachers in Suez.. 40 thousand demonstrators shebin the Koum involved demonstrations.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement.. monitors.. All demonstrations June 30, 2013 in various Egyptian governorates, with the following statement this since 3.. 30 pm to 5.. 30 pm:.. Alexandria:.. Community participation observers monitoring the supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, and activists groups and currents of political Islam to the crowd SMS "SMS" via mobile, including a message that says "Dink, the most expensive your food and the freedom.. Al-Gharbbeya:.. Attacked bearded march included hundreds of demonstrators in the village of Parma of the Center for Tanta, where they fired bullets towards demonstrators suffered a state of terror and panic extreme.. Prompting dozens of villagers to storm the headquarters of freedom and justice in the village and set fire to it, and that after the establishment of the Muslim Brotherhood opened fire on demonstrators.. Suez:.. I arrived at 4 pm marches includes physicians, pharmacists, lawyers, teachers, to forty square in Suez, amid loud cheers (dropping the rule of the guide), where rallies launched from the headquarters of the various unions through Army Street to the field of forty.. Almonofiyah.. :.. Gathered at 4 pm nearly 40 thousand demonstrators from the center of Shebin El Koum Menofia front of the field to maintain banners rejecting the rule of President Mursi and ask him to leave, and  ...   of their union Street Abdel Khalek Tharwat in central Cairo to the High Court, referring to the solidarity of journalists with the judges, and then put a to Talaat Harb Street to move towards Tahrir Square, the march stopped in central Talaat Harb Sq where offset march again coming from the field towards the High Court, where participants called for the march to go to the Federal Palace.. The marchers carrying pictures of the martyrs of the journalists who were killed since the January 25 revolution, also carried the flags of Egypt and the Red card and chanted slogans against the regime of President Morsi, urging him to leave and early presidential elections.. At four o'clock pm joined the march of revolutionary forces coming from Helwan and the march of the Union of Women of Egypt to the march of Sayeda Zeinab, is scheduled to be launched rallies together after a little in the direction of Tahrir Square after joining the rest of the marches, the other coming from the door of creation and Abdeen, aesthetic and Al-Azhar and study.. The 25 women's movement of women's organizations and grassroots movements, led a "revolution of girls and I'm free and Women Without Borders" have announced their participation in the demonstrations June 30.. For its part, arrived at 5.. 00 pm the march of the Popular Movement for the independence of Al-Azhar and a large number of sheikhs and some imams endowments, in addition to a number of priests to Tahrir Square to participate in the activities of June 30, is scheduled to stop the march Square Altharirlelqa word platform, then turn then to the Palace Federal protesters there's participation in the activities of the day..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> Third Statement of EACPE's Central Operations Room on the 30th of june
    Descriptive info: Third Statement of EACPE's Central Operations Room on the 30th of june.. 4-07-2013, 07:32.. 1,500 protesters from Suez residents are involved in the demonstrations at the presidential palace and Tahrir Square.. Defense Ministry demonstrators chanting against President "Morsi".. Port Said demonstrators "The people and the police and military are one hand against Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood".. Women, officers, lawyers and prosecutors in Sharqia courts are involved in the demonstrations.. 3 Women's marches in "Al-Behira".. The closure of some government departments in Kafr El-Sheikh.. Seniors participated in marches of Mustafa Mahmoud and Ittehadeya.. EACPE monitors all demonstrations on the 30.. of June, 2013 in various Egyptian governorates, the following statement summarize the situation till 3.. 2:00 pm, about 1,000 demonstrators from the people of Suez reached Tahrir Square, and 500 demonstrators reached the presidential Palace, about 2,000 protesters to Al, Arb'in square, Suez Governorate, and participated in the demonstrations of June 30th.. Port Said:.. At 2 pm, hundreds of people from Port Said gathered in Martyrs' Square "obelisk" calling on citizens to participate with them in the figures June 30, and on the other hand, the march in Mohamed Ali Street, demonstrators held a police officer over their shoulders and chanted "The people and the police and the army are one hand against Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, and the police officer shouted "people want to overthrow the Muslim Brotherhood".. Al-Sharqeya:.. Dozens of lawyers and prosecutors gathered in a protest in front of the primary Court of Zagazig to demand the overthrow of the regime and the  ...   Al-Behira:.. Launched at 2 pm, about 6 marches of civil powers in Damanhur heading to "al sa'aa" square, one marches Antfatt of the bar, and the other from the Social Club, and the third from the Service Center Abu Rish, 3 marches for women was launched from the city of Damanhur is on its way to the "al sa'aa" square.. Dozens of demonstrators began to assemble in front of Mustafa Mahmoud Mosque, Al-Mohandseen at 2 pm, in preparation for the commencing of the massive march, at 4 pm, to Tahrir Square in the June 30.. events.. And chanted slogans against president Morsi and the brotherhood and carried Egyptian flags and banners reading.. In Matareya, began dozens of demonstrators to assemble at two in the afternoon, and they were joined by a number of elderly people, willing to go out to Tahrir Square and presidential palace.. Demonstrators chanted slogans "I am not an infidel I am not an atheist, down with the Regime".. The protest Is scheduled to move the rally in the fourth afternoon.. It is expected that 4 marches will be launched to Tahrir Square this afternoon, one from Mustafa Mahmoud, one from the Sayeda Zeinab mosque, one from Al Istiqama mosque and one from the Ministry of Culture in Zamalek.. In the vicinity of the Ministry of Defense, increasing numbers of demonstrators, carrying the flags of Egypt and pictures of President Morsi marked with "X".. The demonstrators carried a soldier of the armed forces and were chanting "The army and the people are one hand"..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The Second Statement of EACPE's Central Operations Room on the 30th of june
    Descriptive info: The Second Statement of EACPE's Central Operations Room on the 30th of june.. 4-07-2013, 07:24.. The Second Statement of EACPE's Central Operations Room on the 30.. of june.. A group of citizens got arrested for possessing "Police" clothing in Mahala,.. the manufacturer is a Muslim Brotherhood affiliate as announced by the police.. The closure of some government departments in Menoufia.. 8 marches in Alexandria gather in Sidi Gaber at night.. Demonstrations in Fayoum, Dakahlia and Qalyubia at 4 pm.. EACPE monitors all demonstrations on June 30, 2013 in various Egyptian governorates, with the following statement this until 2 pm:.. Al-Gharbia:.. According to an observer of EACPE, protesters in front of "Al-Gharbia" governorate's building had to arrest a police officer that was suspected to be a Muslim Brotherhood member dressed as a police officer.. Al-Monufiyah:.. The closure  ...   Coordination with the Committee for June 30 in Alexandria, are organizing 8 marches from different parts of the city to move towards the Sidi Gaber sit-in at 4 pm, to withdraw confidence from President Morsi and call for early presidential elections.. Fayoum:.. Assembly observers reported that a number of people had begun to gather at 2:00 in the afternoon in the "Sawaqi" square, and they will join the march from the city of Sinnuras which will move at 4:00 pm to roam the rest of the province.. Al-Daqahleya:.. Several marches were reported out of Al-Nasr Mosque, Salab mosque and Mashaal Square in the city of Mansoura.. Marches started at 2 in the afternoon, to gather at the governorate building at 4 pm.. Kaliobeya:.. A number of demonstrators will gather at 4:00 pm Shebin El Qanater center..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The first statement of EACPE to monitor demonstrations on June 30
    Descriptive info: The first statement of EACPE to monitor demonstrations on June 30.. 3-07-2013, 19:17.. police officers involved in the demonstrations.. An Initiative (No to violence) launched by the youth of North Sinai.. Workers touring Shebin Al-Koum and Kafr El Dawar as part of the demonstrations.. Shiites call the march of Sayeda Zeinab to join Tahrir square and Ittehadeya Palace.. Close Tahrir Complex in front of his staff and to prevent their entry.. EACPE central operations room followed All demonstrations on the 3oth of June, 2013 through its observers deployed in the provinces of the north and the south of Egypt, and where able to monitor the following:.. Kafr El Sheikh :.. Started at exactly 12:00 am in front of the governorate of Kafr El-Sheikh to denounce the rule of President Morsi and chanted "The people want to overthrow the regime.. When the march passed in front of the police station Kafr El Sheikh, it was joined by some of the police officers of the demonstrators, whom they carried on their necks and chanted "the army and the people and the police are one hand.. Minya (Post lawyers demonstrations):.. Launched at 12 pm, a mass rally started in front of the building and Courts Complex demanding to overthrow the regime, and the flow of dozens of lawyers in Samalout, Bani Mazar, Maghagha, Malawi and Deir Mawas; to participate in the march, which toured the main streets and chanted against the regime and president Morsi.. North Sinai (No to Violence Initiative):.. Assembly observer reported that there is a youth march started in Sinai under the name of "No to violence" in "Bahari" Street area July 23, at 4 pm.. Monofiya (textile workers):.. Hundreds of workers gathered in front of the factory, and started a huge rally that toured the streets of Sabri Abu Alam and Gamal Abdel Nasser, and stopped before the Governorate building in Monofia, in solidarity with the rebels," and chanted against president "Morsi".. Al-Gharbeya:.. In the same context, it was announced that, workers of textile  ...   campaign "rebellion" at Damietta gathered in front of Damietta governorate at 12 pm, in car rallies to mobilize citizens to participate in the demonstrations, which started from Pfarschor, and toured all the streets until it ended at Zarqa center.. The march will begin of Zarqa Center for political and popular forces from Shaheed square and Mohamed Yassin, touring all the villages and towns of the center, and then meet Fareskour protest, where the two protests will be directly heading towards Freedom Square.. Cairo (participation of teachers and Shiites):.. Tens of protesters arriving at Orabi square, Shubra Al Khaimah, in preparation for launching the march towards Shubra for "Andham" to the demonstrators at "Alkhazindara", then heads toward "Al-Ittehadeya" palace in a huge protest.. Demonstrators held flags of Egypt, in addition to a large banner saying "get out of Egypt".. Many of the college professors and other movements will gather this afternoon in Tahrir Square, to move with other marches and start moving towards the presidential palace.. Shiites will take part in the march as well, which will start in front of the Sayeda Zeinab mosque heading to Tahrir Square, and will merge with the protest from Shubra rotation heading to the presidential Palace.. In Tahrir, demonstrators raised the Egyptian flag and chanting slogans against the Muslim Brotherhood and demanding presidential with early elections, while some demonstrators are carrying red cards, as a symbolism for demanding the president to leave.. These protests are estimated to hold hundreds of thousands of protesters.. Ministry of defense witnessed huge protests in front of it as well.. As for the presidential palace, number of protesters increased by noon today, where protesters began arriving in the headquarters of the protest, chanting "Allahu Akbar", raising slogans condemning the current system and the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, while the observed intensification of security presence in front of entrances 3 and 5.. On the other hand,"Raba'a Al-Adaweya" Mosque Nasr witnessed noticeable increase in the numbers of demonstrators coming to the square to support President Morsi..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The first meeting on Women Rural Council is held in Fayoum Within the framework of EACPE's program "Supporting local candidates in Egypt"
    Descriptive info: > الصفحة الرئيسية, بيانات, ----------------برنامج تنمية الديمقراطية, ***مرصد حالة الديمقراطية***, بيانات, انتخابات المحليات, شبكة دعم حقوق المرأة, بيانات >.. The first meeting on Women Rural Council is held in Fayoum Within the framework of EACPE's program "Supporting local candidates in Egypt".. 18-06-2013, 13:41.. Within the framework of EACPE's program.. "Supporting local candidates in Egypt".. The first meeting on Women Rural Council is held in Fayoum.. Women leaders held the first rural council meeting at Om El Masreyeen Association for Women and Community Development, the Mashreq village, Fayoum on the 11th of June 2013.. Twenty two members of the council attended to discuss the village's most pressing issues and come up with solutions for them.. The attendees affirmed that the main problems that the village encounters are lack of education, bad healthcare services and agriculture-related problems.. With respect to education, problems include high percentage of drop-outs, overcrowded school classrooms, widespread  ...   sufficient share.. In addition, wastes are thrown into water canals, and farmers are unable to access agrarian equipment and tools owing to their high prices, plus, there is no proper drainage system in the village, which causes the deterioration of the health of residents of this village.. Add to all the above, the village suffers from a high percentage of unemployment among youth.. This meeting falls within the framework of EACPE's program "Supporting local candidates in Egypt", with the support of Electoral Reform International Services (ERIS), which aims at supporting the role women should play in politics, and build their capacities to empower them to participate in the different elections, whether Parliament or local councils.. It is anticipated that the Fayoum rural council takes steps and plans for mechanisms for field and legal intervention towards solving some of the most pressing issues in the current time, during its coming meeting..

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  • Title: DataLife Engine > Printable version> The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement calls for its need for volunteers for observing the protests of June 30th
    Descriptive info: The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement calls for its need for volunteers for observing the protests of June 30th.. 17-06-2013, 18:40.. "The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement".. calls for its need for volunteers for observing the protests of June 30th.. The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) announces its need for volunteers within the different Egyptian governorates to work in  ...   civil and human rights work, and/or electoral observation.. EACPE will observe the protests on June 30th, through its existing observers in different Egyptian governorates, and the Operations Room will be designated to receive any complaints by protesters, regarding incidents of violence or any other violations occurring during the day.. If interested, kindly call:.. 2633 8178 - 0127 739 7255 - 0112 980 5712..

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