EOHR formed an operation room to receive complaint of peaceful protesters on June 30, 2013

June 27th, 2013 by Editor

EOHR announces the formation of an operation room to bring legal support to peaceful protesters on June 30, 2013. This operation room is composed of a fieldwork operation room and of many lawyers present in all governorates enable to register any complaint concerning violent incidents or bloody clashes.

Many complaints have been filed against Mohammed Morsi, President of Egypt. A campaign, under the name ‘Tammarod’ managed to gather 15 million votes owing to his failure in managing the country economically and politically. The period in which he has ruled resulted in the lack of the freedom of expression, silencing political activists. The economic position of the country has also worsened.

These circumstances led to stirring feelings of anger in the Egyptian society, which is asking for his dismissal. However, Islamists and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood see his dismissal as illegal act and have announced that they will use all methods to insure his stay as ruler of the country for his rule mandate.

EOHR decided to form an operation room as well as a legal operation room in response to the threats of the Morsi supporters to guarantee the right of peaceful protests, which is a right that is agreed on nationally and internationally.


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