Files: Judiciary affairs
[Joint Statement] Egypt: Execution of seven people following unfair trials further exposes hollowness of state’s claims to new human rights strategy
Without legal grounds, Abdul Qawi Fathallah is still in detention despite a decision to release him 6 weeks ago
EIPR commentary on the results of the World Bank's investigations into the violations of the Titan Cement Factory
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issued a comment on the report released lately by the Investigation office of the World Bank Group (CAO) on the complaint against the Alexandria Portland Cement Company (Titan Cement Factory), and the International Finance Corporation ( IFC) , the private sector arm of the world bank Group, which funded the establishment of the company.
Renewal of Quranist blogger Reda Abdel Rahman remand detention after ignoring pleas for his release to attend the funeral of his deceased brother
Egypt: Unjust verdict must not be ratified against activists Mohamed El-Baqer, Alaa Abdel Fattah, and Mohamed Ibrahim
The undersigned human rights organizations condemn the Emergency State Security Court’s verdict, on 20 December, of five years’ imprisonment for activist Alaa Abdel Fattah and four years in prison for human rights lawyer Mohamed El-Baqer and blogg
Before an exceptional court that neither listened to the defense nor responded to its requests: The verdict against Alaa, Baqer and Oxygen to be issued tomorrow
Tomorrow, Monday, December 20th, the Emergency State Security Misdemeanors Court will convene to issue its verdict in Case No. 1228/2021 (the Fifth Settlement Emergency State Security Misdemeanor).
On December 3, 2021, Ahmed Douma, writer, political activist and one of the most prominent symbols of the January 2011 revolution, enters his eighth year of arbitrary detention, against the background of his political activism and his relentless p