Human rights organizations consolidate with the journalists of Al Dostour newspaper

October 13th, 2010 by Editor

The undersigned Human rights organizations express their full solidarity with Al Dostour’s journalists and Ibrahim Essa, editor in chief of the newspaper. They  appeals to  all civil society organizations for not only guarantee the journalists’ rights but to confront the government’s plan to impose restrictions on  independent mass media before the parliament’s elections.   Discounted Fake Handbag
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The organizations express their deepest worries on the restrictions imposed on freedom of opinion and expression in general and Al Dostour newspaper  in particular the matter which reflects the hard restrictions and arbitrary measures represented in stop Al Qahra Al Youm program and stop the broadcast of Al Badr satellite channel and Al Dastour newspaper. This raid extended to untraditional   media represented in subjecting news messages via mobile to restrictions and prevent this service except for obtaining a prior  permission from the Ministry of Information and Press Supreme  Council.

The undersigned organizations stressed on gathering efforts to face the raid on freedoms which should be promoted if the government wanted to prove its willingness to run fair elections.

The  undersigned organizations :

  1. THE EGYPTIAN ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
  2. HUMAN RIGHTS ASSOCIATION FOR ASSISTANCE OF PRISONERS
  3. CAIRO INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS STUDIES.
  4. EL ARD CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  5. HESHAM MUBARAK CENTER FOR LEGAL PROFESSION.
  6. THE EGYPTIAN ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION ENHANCEMENT.
  7. THE ARAB ORGANIZATION FOR CRIMINAL IMPROVEMENT.
  8. ALAM WAHED INSTITUTION.
  9. AWLAD AL ARD CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  10. CAIRO INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS STUDIED.
  11. ARAB CENTER FOR THE INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY AND LEGAL PROFESSION.
  12. THE EGYPTIAN CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  13. THE EGYPTIAN CENTER FOR SUPPORTING CITIZENSHIP.
  14. THE EGYPTIAN DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTION.
  15. THE ARABIC NETWORK FOR HUMAN RIGHTS INFORMATION.
  16. THE DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP
  17. CENTER FOR TRADE UNION AND WORKERS SERVICES.
  18. AL KALMA CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  19. THE NEW INSTITUTION FOR WOMAN .
  20. THE GROUP OF LEGAL SUPPORT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  21. AL ANDALAS CENTER FOR TOLERANCE.
  22. AL ADALA CENTER FOR DEFENDING RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS.
  23. THE ARAB ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  24. THE ARAB CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT
  25. THE ARAB COUNCIL FOR SUPPORTING THE FAIR TRIAL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  26. THE EGYPTIAN ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
  27. THE EGYPTIAN ASSOCIATION FOR PARTICIPATION AND DEVELOPMENT .
  28. THE EGYPTIAN ASSOCIATION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.
  29. THE EGYPTIAN CENTER FOR WOMAN

 

 

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