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EIPR welcomed the decision of the Zagazig Criminal Court on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 - to release Quranist researcher and blogger Reda Abdel Rahman without bail pending investigations in Kafr Saqr emergency state security misdemeanor N
On Saturday, February 26, 2022, the Administrative Court rejected the lawsuit filed by EIPR against the Minister of Interior and the Head of the Prisons Authority, for their failure to conditionally release prisoner, Mohamed Mohamed Naguib
The second circuit for criminal terrorist offences, held at the Tora police institute on Sunday, March 5, and presided by Judge Moataz Khafaji decided to release Ahmed Muhammad Muhammad Yunus by guarantee of his place of residence in case
On Monday, March 6, the Second Criminal Circuit, presided by Judge Moataz Khafaji, decided to release pharmacist Isis Mustafa, who was imprisoned in connection with Case 2214/2021.
February 26, 2022, the Administrative Court of the First Circuit (Liberties) held the first hearing of Case No.
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issued a comment on the report released lately by the Investigatio
Yesterday, Sunday, February 20, 2022, the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) and the Center for Egyptian Women's Affairs (CEWLA) obtained a ruling from the Mansoura Economic Court of Appeal in case No.
In response to the lawsuit filed by EIPR against the General Authority for Health Insurance (Case No.
EIPR presents the government and parliament with executive and legislative proposals to guarantee the basic rights of people of “unrecognized” religions and beliefs in Egypt
The undersigned human rights organizations denounce the ruling on 11 January by the Egyptian Court of Cassation upholding the imprisonment of human rights defender Amal Fathy with a one-year prison sentence including time served, in case no.
EIPR called on the Court of Cassation to promptly set a hearing for the criminal case appeal No.
January 08, 2022: Today the undersigned non-governmental organizations celebrate the release of Ramy Shaath, a valiant human rights defender who has inspired many in the Palestinian and Egyptian rights communities with his bravery and courage.
The Muharram Bey Emergency State Security Misdemeanors Court in Alexandria, ruled last Wednesday, December 28th, acquitting the 13 defendants in Emergency State Security Misdemeanor No.