Archive for June, 2010

The administrative court sentenced it’s fair verdict to support EOHR

June 1st, 2010 by Editor

The administrative court issued a sentence on Tuesday 1-6-2010, stating the acceptance of the filed case from EOHR No.3470 against the High Elections Commission, and decided  the stoppage of the execution of the issued decision by the high commission of elections which stated on the non-permission of any monitoring for the elections by EOHR in the mid term elections for Al Shura Council and permitting all EOHR observers to monitor elections. Read the rest of this entry »

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In the fourth report for EOHR, Preventing observers from entering poll stations

June 1st, 2010 by Editor

  EOHR’s Observers monitored several violations in the electoral process, including the weak of  voters turnout as the rate reached  about 5%, and the prevention of observers and candidates’ deputies  from entering poll stations, as well as collective voting, election bribery, most of these violations are as follows: Read the rest of this entry »

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In the first monitoring reports

June 1st, 2010 by Editor

EOHR monitors a set of violations in the first monitoring reports for the Mid- Term Shura Council

The prevention of  observers and the candidates’ deputies  to enter the poll stations

      The observers of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights on Tuesday, 1/6/2010 monitored a set of violations  accompanied the Mid- Term elections for Shura Council, which 446 candidates have contested for 74 seats in 55 constituencies, including 255 independent candidates and 13 parties after the National Democratic Party obtained uncontested  14 seats. Most of violations committed represented in preventing observers, the candidates’ deputies and voters from entering the poll stations, and the delay in opening the door of poll  stations, and it came to the assault on some of candidates’ deputies, this shall be described as follows: Read the rest of this entry »

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