In a seminar for EOHR, Cairo Declaration on the mechanisms of democratic exercise for political parties and political forces on Monday

June 7th, 2009 by Editor

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) and Friedrich Naumann Foundation will hold a seminar entitled ” The mechanisms of democratic exercise for political parties and political forces in Egypt” at 2:00 pm at EOHR’s office . This seminar will include a number of representatives of parties and political forces ,members of People’s Assembly and Shura council and university professors.refractory pumping resin injection Cure Weight Loss phentermine pharmacies
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 Mr. Hafez Abu Seada, Secretary General of EOHR clarified that the freedom to establish and exercise the partisan work is the backbone of democracy, the declaration is considered such a moral framework to emphasize the main principles governing the work of political parties in Egypt which requires the sovereignty  of law and  respecting human rights, to give the effect to the Constitution and international covenants on human rights which were  ratified by the Egyptian government and became an integral part of its domestic law in accordance with Article 151 of the Constitution.

 

Abu Seada added that Cairo declaration will be announced on the principles of democratic exercise for political parties and political forces in Egypt, stressing that the declaration contains a set of principles that we hope to be applied, so as to enhance the democratic exercise with respect to  public affairs, or the relationship between parties and individuals, or inter-party relations, or organizational structure of the parties all as the same.

 

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