Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue415 2014

Last update11:12 AM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: Archive > Parliament News
Shehata: Improving the human rights situation is no longer on the government's agenda
Shehata: Improving the human rights situation is no longer on the government's agenda
MP Gamal Shehata, member of the MB Parliamentary bloc, stressed that he doesn't think the government would endorse new laws to improve the human rights situation in the next parliamentary session.
Saturday, September 26,2009 10:22
IkhwanWeb
tags: MB Parliamentary bloc / Nazif / Human rights / Shehab / Egypt / Freedom of opinion
Posted in Parliament News  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
MB Parliamentary Bloc Condemns Security Assaults on Lifeline Convoy
MB Parliamentary Bloc: Arrest Warrant of Al-Bashir Reaffirms Double Standard Policy
MB Parliamentary Bloc Urges the Reveal Al-Husain’s Blast Criminals
MB Parliamentary Bloc: The Release of Ayman Nour is a Step in the Right Path
MB Parliamentary Bloc’s Media Spokesman Accused Government of Implementing the Security Convention
MB Parliamentary Bloc: Majority of the Ruling Party has Two Agendas to Stay Quite on Corruption
Parliamentary Bloc of MB Demands Ending Trial of Magdy Hussein to Military Court
Deputy Head of MB Parliamentary Bloc Criticizes Governments Refusal of Recommendations of HR
MB Parliamentary Bloc To Elect New Office Tuesday
MB Parliamentary Bloc Proposes Establishment of Drug Addiction Clinics in Prisons
MB parliamentary bloc calls for Israa Abdul-Fattah’s release
MB Parliamentary Bloc Denounces Unjust Military Court Rulings