Group: Egypt utilizes counter terrorism laws to indict critics

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  • Egyptian police have done captures of critics of President Sisi both in the period when the presidential election, Human Rights Watch said
  • Egyptian authorities have captured various common activists since El-Sisi was re-chosen for a second four-year term in March

CAIRO: An international rights assemble is blaming Egyptian specialists for utilizing counterterrorism and highly sensitive situation laws and courts “to unfairly indict writers, activists, and commentators for their serene feedback.”

On Sunday, an announcement from Human Rights Watch says that Egyptian authorities have captured various common activists since El-Sisi was re-chosen for a second four-year term in March.

Nadim Houry of Human Rights Watch says El-Sisi’s administration has abused security dangers it faces “critically, as a cover to indict quiet pundits and to resuscitate the scandalous (Hosni) Mubarak-time state security courts.”

Egyptian authorities have captured various mainstream activists since El-Sisi was re-chosen for a second four-year term in March. He confronted no genuine challengers, after a few possibly solid hopefuls were captured or threatened into pulling back from the race.

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