EOHR holds a press conference next Tuesday to declare its annual report 2009

July 9th, 2010 by Editor

EOHR holds a press conference next Tuesday 13/7/2010 to declare its 20th annual report entitled” the situation of human right in Egypt 2009″, at 12 PM at EOHR’s office.

EOHR’s annual report includes five fundamental sections:

The first section: deal with reviewing and assessment the most important legislative developments, judicial judgments and procedures which is connected to human rights in Egypt in 2009.

The second section: represent the main section in the report, it includes the results of monitoring, documenting and following-up the status of human rights in Egypt during 2009.

The third section: interacting with the international mechanism in order to protect human rights, it’s a new section in 2009 annual report, which shows the extent of commitment of the government in cooperating with international mechanism of human rights, specially that Egypt has pledged voluntary before UN Human Right Council in 2007 to cooperate with the international mechanism to implement its commitments.

The fourth section: the situation of human rights in Egypt …international visions, which includes the visions of the international organizations for  the situation of human rights in Egypt, and it’s consistency with the international covenants signed by Egypt and the pledges Egypt has announced in front of the International Council For Human Rights.

The fifth section: the activities of EOHR during 2009, this section reviews the activities of EOHR during 2009 statistically, whether it was a monitoring or following up activity or an activity related to human rights’ culture.

Mr. Hafez Abu Seada the chairman for EOHR has announced that the annual report includes in it’s concluding section a package of demands related to the constitutional and legislative reformation, the status of human rights in Egypt and the activation of the International Council For Human Rights’ recommendations directed to the human rights situation in Egypt. Hoping that the Egyptian government will take these demands into consideration, and that the annual report for EOHR will have a positive effect on the improvement of democracy and human rights situation in Egypt including it’s political, economical, social, cultural and civil sides.

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