AT A PRESS CONFERENCE IN CAIRO

April 19th, 2011 by Editor

Abou Saeeda support the Syrian youth coalition for change

And call the Syrian government to step down from the authority

The Syrian youth coalition for change hold apress conference on Tuesday 19-4-2001 in the 25 January revolution coalition headquarter, with the participation of the Egyptian organization for human rights  and youth coalition for justice and freedom(Egypt) represented by Mr. Abdelrahman  Fares and Ahmed Doma, and also the Syrian youth coalition represented by Ahmed Hamoudy and Asmaa Saaed.

Mr Hafez abou saeeda the chairman of (EOHR) ,emphasized his support to the coalition and its demands on different issues, and to provide support and cooperation to the coalition from the Egyptian organization for human rights or from the international federation for human rights ,with respect to the investigation regarding the killing of demonstrators, and prosecute the officials for their crime against humanity.

Abou saeeda called the Syrian government to take a lesson from the Egyptian regime and to respond to the demand of the revolutionaries and to step down and to offer an apologize to the Syrian people for committing of many crimes against him and to leave the state of emergency and to amend the constitution so as to ensure peaceful transition of power and to build the state institution on the basis of democracy, and to release immediately all the detainees and human right activist.  He express appreciates to the coalition for choosing Cairo as a center for coalition launch, which was a center of the start of the liberation movement from colonialism and to return as it was the center of the Arab revolution.

Worth mentioning that the coalition is demanding an end to the dictatorship with its different images individual, party, military and to leave the state of emergency and to offer freedom and freedom of assembly, demonstrations ,amend constitution so as to ensure peaceful transition of power and to build the state institution on the basis of democracy and the stop of security service from targeting the protesters and to stop killing ,repression , torture, and arbitrary detention and to prosecute the killers and spoilers of the security service and the constitutional recognition of Kurdish nationalism as  a second nationalism to the country



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