Upholding the dignity of the citizen.. Parliamentarians appreciate the launch of the strategy

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Upholding the dignity of the citizen.. Parliamentarians appreciate the launch of the strategy

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A number of Egyptian deputies valued President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s launch of the National Strategy for Human Rights, which includes the main axes of the comprehensive concept of human rights in the country, in integration with Egypt’s national development path, which consolidates the principles of establishing the new republic and achieves the goals of Egypt’s Vision 2030.

Representative Tariq Radwan, head of the Human Rights Committee in the House of Representatives, affirmed that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s assignments to the government and his words are a real and strong guarantee for the implementation of the national human rights strategy, which includes several axes that complement each other, namely civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, human rights for women and children, in particular. People with disabilities, youth, and the elderly, education and capacity-building in the field of human rights.

Radwan said that President Sisi gave the government mechanisms to implement the strategy during the coming period after its launch today, praising President Sisi’s words and interventions during the discussion session and during the closing speech as the most important tools that must be worked on to implement the strategy, which is unique.

He added that the strategy comes as a government commitment to a clear commitment to an action plan on an integrated strategy in the field of human rights guaranteed by the political leadership, through training packages and programs to qualify qualified human cadres and set clear standards in accordance with the international standards of international codes, stressing that President Sisi is keen to implement and succeed this The strategy is to be a role model in the world and the region.

He pointed out that the Human Rights Committee was and will be in constant contact with the executive authorities to carry out its oversight role to implement this strategy, explaining that the Committee will also contribute with all concerned parties to implement this strategy by providing existing expertise and effectively contributing to achieving its goal.

Radwan pointed out that the concern for human rights is a global trend, and that Egypt is part of this trend, and proceeds in all its steps from a self-conviction of the importance of human rights as an important part of the comprehensive development of the state, based on a comprehensive national vision aimed at building the Egyptian person.

He noted that President Sisi’s launch of 2022 as the year of “civil society” represents a new affirmation by President Sisi of his respect and appreciation for human rights and the contribution and role of national civil society organizations in achieving this goal, which is to provide real awareness and an effective contribution to the implementation of the new strategy for human rights in Egypt.

Radwan added that the Human Rights Committee of the House of Representatives will work during the next session to develop a legislative strategy in order to consolidate the implementation of the human rights strategy launched by President Sisi today, stressing at the same time that the committee is ready to cooperate with the government and executive bodies in order to develop legislative mechanisms. To implement and succeed the new strategy.

He stressed the need to respect the privacy of societies and the difference in cultures between one country and another, stressing that Egypt categorically rejects interference in its internal affairs under any pretext, and that Egypt, its people and leadership respect everyone and do not accept interference in other affairs.

Representative Noura Ali, Head of the Tourism and Aviation Committee in the House of Representatives, stressed that President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s launch of the National Human Rights Strategy is an “important step” that reflects the Egyptian state’s keenness to uphold the dignity of the Egyptian citizen and achieve equal opportunities, as it is the beginning of a new phase of strategic planning and a strong push for national efforts. In the field of promoting human rights, upholding his rights, preserving his dignity and establishing the principle of equality in light of the main axes of the comprehensive concept of human rights in the state, in integration with Egypt’s national development path, which consolidates the principles of establishing the new republic and achieves the goals of Egypt’s Vision 2030.

Noura said that the national strategy for human rights is the first integrated and long-term self-strategy in the field of human rights in Egypt and stems from a national vision and self-conviction to advance human rights through the promotion, respect and protection of all civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights and freedoms stipulated in the constitution and in consolidation of what the state is doing in Areas of support for the rights of women, children, youth, the elderly, people of determination and all segments of society.

The Head of Representatives Tourism added that the strategy enhances women’s right to work, supports women’s health, reduces illiteracy and dropouts from education, promotes reproductive health, and protects it from violence, in addition to preparing the national plan for education and intensifying the efforts of religious institutions to uphold human rights values ​​and provide technical support.

For his part, Representative Ahmed Bahaa Shalaby, a member of the House of Representatives and Secretary of the Protectors of a Homeland Party in Menoufia Governorate, said that the presence of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, the launch event of the first national strategy for human rights, reflects his keenness to support and strengthen the human rights system, whether at the governmental level or Supporting human rights organizations, and consolidating the principles of the new republic.

Shalaby stressed that President Sisi’s speech establishes and confirms the ability of the Egyptian state to protect human rights, taking into account the Egyptian values, principles and identity, as a comprehensive and equal vision in all its clauses, and is concerned with communication and cooperation with international governmental and non-governmental organizations in a framework of objectivity and non-duality, and that the Egyptian state Giving investment in people a priority must be in an appropriate and appropriate environment, by providing schools and health institutions, expanding services and improving facilities such as drinking water, roads and sanitation.

He pointed to the importance of the president’s talk about “freedom of religious belief”, the ability of human rights organizations to play their role in human rights awareness, and the need to realize the risks that are being loomed against the Egyptian state at home and abroad, during the seminar “Human Rights, Present and Future” as part of the launching activities of the first national strategy for human rights. Human.

The member of the House of Representatives stressed that President Sisi’s directives to issue a number of legislation and laws aimed at consolidating the human rights situation during the past years, such as combating discrimination and building churches, which led to the legalization of the status of 2,000 churches and affiliated buildings, and the empowerment of Egyptian women in senior positions and the legislative and judicial authority. A realistic translation of the sincerity of the Egyptian state institutions in supporting this file, and dispelling the atmosphere of extremism and opinions outside any religion.

For his part, Dr. Yasser Al-Hudaybi, a member of the Senate and professor of constitutional law and human rights, stressed that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s launch of the National Human Rights Strategy confirms the political leadership’s keenness to pay attention to human rights and citizens’ freedoms in its comprehensive concept in all its political, social, economic and other dimensions in a way that provides a decent life. Stable for all citizens in a climate of democracy, rule of law and ensuring public and private freedoms, noting that over the past years and until now, there has been a great and unprecedented interest in the citizen and his basic rights, as President Sisi considered him the main focus of his interest through all the achievements and projects he offers on the land of Egypt unprecedented development.

Al-Hudaybi added that the Egyptian state has expanded the protection of citizens’ rights in its comprehensive sense so that it is not limited to political rights only, but also extends to economic, living and social rights through a series of initiatives in which it sided with the poor and low-income in a way that Egypt did not know before, as it provided cash support aid. “Solidarity and Dignity” for poor families and female breadwinners amid incentives and urging them to educate their children and ensured basic treatment for citizens through several initiatives, including 100 million health, early detection of many diseases such as cancer and others, and the elimination of Hepatitis C and many diseases that claimed the lives of millions of children Egypt for years, and extended to the establishment of a comprehensive health insurance system that has already been implemented in a number of governorates in preparation for its implementation throughout Egypt.

The senator pointed out that the concept of human rights in the outside world is more complex, as they talk about freedom of expression, democracy, freedom of the press and cultural freedom, which are concepts within a specific framework that address a specific percentage of human rights and are not comprehensive, stressing that the term human rights has become used in politics. In order to undermine the status of states, as well as the process of double standards.

He continued, “Egypt is talking about an integrated system of human rights, starting with the human right to security, health, education, social solidarity, the human right to life and clean air, and Egypt deals with this file with great objectivity and a comprehensive perspective,” adding that Egypt is in agreement with all human rights covenants as well. It is ahead of many countries in this file, and today, by launching the national strategy, Egypt is strengthening the comprehensive concept of human rights in accordance with the provisions of the 2014 constitution.

He explained that the main reason for targeting Egypt by some suspicious organizations under the slogan of human rights is the great success achieved by the Egyptian state in the development process and its role in achieving security and stability throughout the region, and its success in confronting terrorism, stressing that Egypt will complete the process of development, construction, stability and security. And its role in protecting human rights and freedoms continued in light of the national alignment of the people of Egypt behind their leader, President Sisi, his army, police and other state institutions.

In turn, Representative Faraj Fathi Farag, a member of the Human Rights and Solidarity Committee in the Senate, affirmed that the launch of the National Human Rights Strategy reflects the political leadership’s keenness to promote all civil, political, social, economic and cultural rights and consolidate what the state is doing in the areas of supporting the rights of women, children, youth and the elderly. People of Determination and all segments of society, adding that the strategy includes the main axes of the comprehensive concept of human rights in the country, in integration with Egypt’s national development path, which consolidates the principles of establishing the new republic and achieves the goals of Egypt’s Vision 2030.

Farag added that the national strategy is in accordance with the Egyptian commitments to human rights as stated in the international treaties and covenants signed by Egypt and declared its commitment to them in this regard and also in accordance with the international law on human rights, noting that attention to human rights is a global trend, and Egypt is part of this. Orientation and proceeds in all its steps from a self-conviction of the importance of human rights as an important part of the comprehensive development of the state by targeting the building of the Egyptian person.

He explained that building the Egyptian person includes the right to education, health and housing, and this is what the political leadership has given attention to, whether by launching health initiatives and campaigns such as the 100 million health campaign and social housing projects, as well as empowering women and youth, increasing wages and pensions, and launching social protection programs, foremost of which is solidarity. And dignity, as well as the launch of the initiative “a decent life” with the aim of developing the villages of the Egyptian countryside, and other steps aimed at preserving and giving the human right to live a dignified life in accordance with the provisions of the Egyptian constitution.

He noted that the new strategy is receiving great attention from President Sisi, as it contains quantitative indicators and how to measure the extent of progress or regression in the human rights file, as well as indicators to measure performance and a series of programs implemented at the level of all agencies and bodies within the framework of general national programs and basic goals and interim goals He stressed that this strategy will represent a new model in the Arab region that will push the countries of the region to take the same Egyptian step in this direction that supports rights and freedoms in the coming period.

President Sisi had launched the National Human Rights Strategy, which includes the main axes of the comprehensive concept of human rights in the state, in integration with Egypt’s national development path, which consolidates the principles of establishing the new republic and achieves the goals of Egypt’s Vision 2030.

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