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  • From public prosecution investigation, to the military judiciary, to freezing, to allegations of losing the case file, to denial 6 years and 4 presidents of absence of justice in the case of cutting off communications during the January Revolution

    22 February,2017

    Cairo 22 February, 2017
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today that six years have passed since the cut off of communications during the January 25 Revolution. During this period, four presidents took power, none of them has shown an interest in instilling justice and the rule of law. This establishes the abhorrent […]

     
  • “Lawyers for Democracy” releases its monthly report on the democratic path (Jan 2017)

    20 February,2017

     Cairo 20 February, 2017
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information announced today the release of the first report in 2017 of “Lawyers for Democracy” initiative, which monitors the situation of the democratic path in Egypt during January.
    A few days ago, ANHRI released the initiative’s annual report, which monitors the situation of the democratic path throughout 2016: […]

     
  • The Democratic Path in Egypt During January 2017

    20 February,2017

    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI)
    Lawyers for Democracy Initiative
    The Democratic Path in Egypt During January 2017
    Before we begin
    The Democratic Path report is a monthly report issued by The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information through “Lawyers for Democracy” initiative, which was launched by ANHRI in 2014 to monitor the democratic path in Egypt. […]

     
  • Egypt| Imprisonment renewal of the sixth anniversary of the revolution in Dar el-Salam postponed

    12 February,2017

    Dar el-Salam Misdemeanors Court convened at Maadi Court decided to postpone the imprisonment renewal of the four young people arrested from Dar el-Salam Metro Station on January 25, 2017 pending Case No. 1334 of 2017 Dar el-Salam to February 13, 2017 hearing because the court felt uneasy.
    The public prosecution charged the four defendants with joining […]

     
  • Egypt| Referral of lawyer Montasser al-Zayat to a disciplinary board postponed to fulfill the defense demands

    05 February,2017

    North Cairo Criminal Court, 13th circuit felonies, convened in Abbassiya Court decided to postpone the decision regarding a request to refer lawyer Montasser al-Zayat to a disciplinary committee, against the backdrop of a post he wrote on his “Facebook” about the situation inside the bar association “The association is sinking… it is bankrupt,” to the […]

     
  • “Closed Until Further Notice” The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016

    31 January,2017

     
     
    Closed Until Further Notice
    The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016
     The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI)
     
    Introduction
    Throughout 2016, the advocates of democracy and freedoms were always targets for repression. The practices of the authorities during the year showed a real desire to silence the voices of the powers calling for democracy, sometimes under the pretext of […]

     
  • Egypt| The decision to add more than 1,500 Egyptian citizens on terrorism lists is against the constitution and undermines the rule of law and fair trial standards

    Egypt| The decision to add more than 1,500 Egyptian citizens on terrorism lists is against the constitution and undermines the rule of law and fair trial standards

    24 January,2017

    Cairo January 23, 2017
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today, that the deicision of Cairo Criminal Court issued on 12 January, adding around 1,500 citizens on terrorism lists, travel bans and anticipation lists, violates the Egyptian constitution and clearly lacks all fair trial standards. ANHRI, whether as a legal institution or in […]

     
  • BAHRAIN: Human rights defender Nabeel Rajab re-arrested on other charges despite court order to temporarily release him

    BAHRAIN: Human rights defender Nabeel Rajab re-arrested on other charges despite court order to temporarily release him

    02 January,2017

    30 December 2016 – Despite a court’s decision to temporarily release Bahrain’s most prominent human rights  defender Nabeel Rajab in a Twitter case, he was immediately taken into custody on another investigation in relation to televised interviews dating back to 2015 and January 2016. The pending charges are without substance and must be dropped and he must be immediately and unconditionally […]

     
  • Newsletter 621

    29 December,2016

    Freedom of Expression in a Week
    Newsletter 621
    21 December 2016- 28 December 2016
    Bahrain
    UN Human Rights Office urges Bahrain to release rights activist Nabeel Rajab
    On the 23rd of this month, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights expressed their serious concern about the ongoing prosecution of Nabeel Rajab, a co-founder of the Bahrain Center for Human […]

     
  • The Republic of Maspero

    The Republic of Maspero

    26 December,2016

    The Republic of Maspero
    ERTU – The Egyptian Radio and Television Union from a reform perspective
    Prepared by
    Amer El-Wekeel
    Introduction
    This is The Egyptian Radio and Television Union (ERTU) building, Maspero
    The Republic of Maspero, where awareness is formed, where information, news and opinions are presented, the breeding ground of most media professionals we see in private channels, whether […]