Army and Police Status within the new Egyptian Constitution

September 19th, 2012 by Editor

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) holds an open discussion workshop on “Army and Police Status within the new Egyptian Constitution”, on September 20, 2012, 12 pm. Held at Pyramisa Hotel in Giza, the workshop will be attended by the Egyptian army and police commanders, professors of law, parliamentarians, members of the National Constitutional Assembly, public figures, representatives of the Egyptian political parties and civil society organization.

The workshop will handle the status of the army and police in the forthcoming constitution. The attendees will be discussing advantages and disadvantages of the newly phrased constitutional articles in this concern.

The attendees will include Yahia Al Gamal, professor of law, Cairo University, Hussam Esa, professor of law, Ein Shams University, Amr. Hamzawy, professor of political science, Cairo University, General Mostafa Sayed Ahmed, head of the Legal Affairs Sector, Egyptian Ministry of Interior, Dr. Ahmed Desouki, NGOs’ Communication Officer, Egyptian Ministry of Interior and general Ihab Youssef head of Police & People Foundation. The participants also include Dr. Mohamed Mohi El Din and Dr. Wahed Abdel Maged, members of the National Constitutional Assembly, Mr. Farid Zahran, head of Al Mahrousa Foundation, Mostafa Kamel Al Sayed, professor of political science, Cairo University, Mostafa Al Nasharty, vice dean of the Administration Faculty, Misr University for Science and Technology and Mr. Hussein Abdel Raziq, former head of Al Tagamoa Political Party.    

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