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Egypt:  MP's call for discussion of human rights report
Egypt: MP's call for discussion of human rights report
Representatives from the Muslim Brotherhood's parliamentary bloc have called for the Egyptian Human Rights Council's 6th report to be included to the parliamentary discussions agenda on Saturday.
Wednesday, April 14,2010 00:00

MB MP Hussein Ibrahim stressed that the Parliament's marginalizing of the council's reports, illustrates that they are regarded as insignificant. He asserted that the report revealed that numerous human rights violations were practiced on the part of the government such as unjustified arrests and false charges including threats to public order.

Human rights and organizations worldwide described the violations by the Egyptian ruling regime as being systematic.


tags: MB Deputies / Parliamentary Bloc / Parliamentary Discussions / MB MP / Human Rights Violations
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