EOHR filed a case before the Administration Judiciary against the High Elections Commission and the National Council for Human Rights

May 31st, 2010 by Editor

 

EOHR filed a case on Monday 31\5\2010 in  the Council of State against the High Elections Commission and the National Council for Human which is competent

with receiving requests  of the civil society organizations to issue the monitoring permits, Hafez Abu Seada, chairman of EOHR has  filed the case No.34703 as the case will be heard tomorrow.

 

 

Abu Seada in his case called for stopping  the  decision of the  High Elections Commission which  abstains from issuing permits to EOHR’s observers and execute the verdict  without the need to declaration.

  

It is worth noting that EOHR has already submitted a request for 125 permits for observers in 36 constituencies distributed over 22 governorates, however the High Elections  Commission agreed to give just 20 permits in 4 governorates  (17 permits in Damietta, and one permit in  Cairo and Helwan, Giza per each), which there are not  any permits for the rest of the requests without explanation of any reasons for this behavior.

 

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