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Egypt’s National Council for Human Rights has refuted a report by the Human Rights Watch (HRW) claiming that Egypt has undermined environmental NGOs willing to partake in the Climate Change Conference of the UN (COP27), which the country will host in November.
The HRW report said grave violations of international humanitarian and human rights law have occurred since Tigray conflict has started in November 2020.
These organizations have turned the dispute with Egypt into a personal one that lacks many human rights standards, officials say.
Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel Aal criticized the New York-based Human Rights Watch for being politicized.
An MP accused the Muslim Brotherhood and the states sponsoring it of being behind the issuance of such "false reports."
The State Information Service (SIS) has issued a detailed report responding to “false allegations” made in a report released by Human Rights Watch on May 28 on the situation in Sinai
Abu Shoka has stressed that HRW relies on fake and fabricated information from Muslim Brotherhood sources and media in an attempt to demean the Egyptian state.
Lacking all standards of logic and neutrality, HRW gave no evidences for its allegations against the Egyptian forces, narrating one-sided opinion for the events, with no credible sources or documents.
The Human Rights Watch's reports lack professionalism and reference to international conventions.
International criticism towards the human rights situation in Egypt has intensified ahead of presidential election, and serves to defame the image of the state
The Foreign Ministry denounced on Wednesday, Zeid al-Hussein’s report that included "false allegations" of political rights violations in Egypt.
National Authority of Journalism issued a statement on Monday in which it refutes the Human Rights Watch’s report entitled “Arrests Escalate ahead of Unfair Election”.
Head of the German division of Human Rights Watch (HRW) Wenzel Michaliski criticized Bayern Munich’s trip to Qatar for their winter training camp.
The Egyptian presidential pardon committee is preparing a new pardon list, which includes detainees whose cases are not tied to terrorism or violence.
Japan is studying plans to cope with an influx of perhaps tens of thousands of North Korean evacuees if a military or other crisis breaks out on the peninsula.
Rashwan stated that no single complaint has been filed on torture in prisons unlike what is propagated on the international scale.
Alaa Abed called Tuesday for taking to court every organization that opposed the nomination of Moshira Khattab to UNESCO's chief post.
The House of Representatives will discuss during its third round the Human Rights Watch’s recent report accusing the Egyptian police of torturing political prisoners.
Saudi authorities have to take a step forward in gender equality and to put an end to the current state of men being in charge of women, HRW says.
International Labour Organization (ILO) of the United Nations will launch, next November, an investigation into Qatar’s violations concerning migrant workers.