Egypt: Memorandum to President of the Arab Republic of Egypt
In this memorandum Amnesty International details its principal human rights concerns in Egypt. The memorandum outlines the need to combat the abuses committed with virtual total impunity in the past, the need to restore the rule of law, and finally the need to protect the rights of all Egyptian without discrimination in the future. The organization makes a comprehensive set of recommendations to address the legacy of human right abuses, which for decades were committed with impunity.
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