November 30th, 2010 by Editor
The Egyptian Coalition for Monitoring Elections (ECME) holds its fifth press conference on Wednesday (1/12/2010) at 12 P.M. in the headquarters of Andalus Institute for Tolerance and anti-Violence Studies in the presence of a large gathering of human rights activists and a number of civil society organizations’ representatives.
ECME would then deliver the initial results of its efforts to monitor the electoral process and will offer an evaluation of the first phase of the elections shedding the light on all violations which marred the electoral and vote counting processes. This comes within the context of the efforts of ECME which monitored the elections and issued a number of press releases and reports documenting all the violations reported during the voting.
ECME includes 123 developmental and human rights organizations and entities from 26 different governorates all over Egypt. Those include the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR), the Centre for Trade Union and Workers’ Services (CTUWS), the Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights (ECWR), and the Andalus Institute for Tolerance and anti-Violence studies.
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