September 11th, 2011 by Editor
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) holds “The parliamentary election and the democratic transformation in Egypt” conference on Wednesday, September 14, 2011. The conference will be held in Pyramiza Hotel, Dokki, in order to discuss the progress of the election process, in attendance of university professors, former parliamentary members, representatives of the Egyptian political parties, political powers and civil society activists. The conference will cover the independent and political parties’ list electoral system, constituencies, the role of media and civil society organizations in observing the electoral process.
The conference will be closed with the roundtable discussion that will include former parliamentary members and legal experts, exchanging points of views on the ideal methods for the forthcoming elections in Egypt.
The participants will include Dr. Hassan Nafa, professor of political science, Cairo University, Dr. Amr Hashim Rabea, expert of Al Ahram Center for Strategic Studies, Dr. Ahmed Abu Baraka, former parliamentary member, Mr. Essam Sheha, attorney at law, Dr. Hani Sari El din, professor of law, Cairo University, Dr. Emad Gad, expert of Al Ahram Center for Strategic Studies, Mr. Abdel Ghaffar Shokr, expert at the Arab and African Research Center, Mr. Hussein Abdel Razek, secretary general of Al Tagamoa Party, Mr. Farid Zahran, the Director of Al Mahrosa Center, Mrs. Nehad Abu Al Komsan, director of the Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights, Mr. Samir Omar, a reporter of Al Jazera Satellite Channel and Mr. Tarek Al Shami, Director of Al Horra Satellite Channel in Cairo.
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