EOHR forms an operation room for receiving protester’s complaints

January 24th, 2012 by Editor

In the framework on emphasizing the right to peaceful assembly, the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) announces forming an operation room and a network for legal support for the peaceful protesters celebrating one year after the revolution, on January 25, 2012. The operation room, located at EOHR office includes the lawyers of the Legal Support Unit in addition to lawyers located in the Egyptian governorates to receive the protesters’ complaints for any violations.

Many political groups and movements released invitations on the internet calling for a protest to memorize the Egyptian revolution and celebrate one year after the revolution on January 25, 2012. The political powers intend to stress on the non-achieved social, economical and political demands of the revolution as well as taking the protesters’ murderers to accountability.

On the other hand, the human rights’ violations continued, one year after the revolution; 13.000 civilians were referred to military courts with different charges during the last year. Many media specialist were referred to the prosecutor general office for investigation for charges related to the freedom of expression.

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