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NGO bill sparks controversy in Egypt

CAIRO — Humanitarian organizations around the world have long criticized Egypt’s regulation of nongovernmental organizations. But now a bill is headed for parliament that, depending on who is asked, could either improve the current situation or make it even more restrictive.  

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Egypt’s new Cabinet: What changed and what didn’t?

A new Cabinet was sworn in under the leadership of Prime Minister Sherif Ismail on Saturday, after the resignation of Ibrahim Mehleb’s Cabinet last week amid allegations of corruption against former ministers.

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CIHRS urges end to threats to use judiciary politically and calls for beginning of comprehensive social dialogue

The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies would like to extend its appreciation to the Ministry of Social Solidarity (MoSS) for having responded to the joint press statement, signed by 25 rights groups, on June 10 following the visit of a committee appointed by an investigating judge to examine the …

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