Egypt’s corrupt military junta has resorted to repression of protests as a means to leave Egyptians in the dark about what’s happening in the country.
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Trump has called Egypt junta leader al-Sisi his “faourite dictator” and lauded him as a great leader. But protests in Egypt show Trump is wrong.
Chaotic protests across Egypt this weekend prompted by junta corruption videos underscore the population’s weariness with economic hardship.
Egyptian authorities should protect the right to peaceful protest in upholding Egypt’s obligations under international human rights law.
The United Nations Human Rights Council should use the upcoming review of Egypt’s human rights records to address unprecedented levels of repression.
It was a striking choice for France to invite Egyptian President Sisi to attend the G7 summit in Biarritz, with theme being “the fight against inequality”.
Egypt’s parliament approved a new law governing nongovernment organizations that would maintain many of the existing restrictions on their work.
Young people were at the forefront of the millions-strong 2011 uprising against the corrupt and authoritarian rule of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt.
The World Movement for Democracy is concerned about the forced disappearance of El-Din, head of housing rights program based in Cairo, Egypt.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has pardoned hundreds of prisoners and a prominent journalist who had criticized the country’s establishment.