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Parliament Decision Allows MPs to Monitor Violations in Police Headquarters - Ikhwanweb

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Parliament Decision Allows MPs to Monitor Violations in Police Headquarters
Parliament Decision Allows MPs to Monitor Violations in Police Headquarters
The Egyptian Parliament’s Human Rights Committee decided Saturday to grant MPs permanent license to monitor Police headquarters across the country after a suggestion by Muslim Brotherhood MP Hussein Ibrahim, the MP told Ikhwanweb.
Sunday, November 30,2008 05:38
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The Egyptian Parliament’s Human Rights Committee decided Saturday to grant MPs permanent license to monitor Police headquarters across the country after a suggestion by Muslim Brotherhood MP Hussein Ibrahim, the MP told Ikhwanweb.

Ibrahim said the decision aims at monitoring any violations of human rights in any police station and improving the relationship between the police man and the citizen.

“Police headquarters have become home to the most heinous crimes against citizens, but this should not be the normal situation anymore,” Ibrahim said in statements to Ikhwanweb.

The decision is one step in the right direction aiming at combating violence committed by police officers which has become customary and is committed on a daily basis, Ibrahim added.

However, Ibrahim told Ikhwanweb he expects that the decision will face a lot of obstacles to be implemented, but that the MB and independent MPs will not surrender to these obstacles.

“In case the decision is not officially implemented, we will pay visits on our own to police stations and prepare written report to the parliament about all violations,” Ibrahim told Ikhwanweb.  


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