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    • Report: Civilians hastily executed without due process protections by Egyptian military courts
      Document published by Cairo Institute for Human Rights (CIHRS) in 2018
      On October 15, six independent rights organizations released a new report as part of the campaign to end capital punishment in Egypt. The report, “Military Execution,” examines the state-sponsored killing of 33 civilians between July 2013 and September 2018, following eight trials in military courts lacking basic due process guarantees, and rife with violations and irregularities. The organizations contributing to the report demand an immediate moratorium on death sentences issued by both civilian and military courts, as a prelude to societal dialogue on the abolition of the death penalty.
      Cairo Institute for Human Rights (CIHRS) / Cairo Institute for Human Rights (CIHRS)
      Egypt (Middle-East and North Africa)
      File type : Text

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