Egypt: Hassan Nafaa calls for “comprehensive community reconciliation”

Hassan Nafaa, a professor of political science at Cairo University, said that what Egypt needs most now is a “comprehensive community reconciliation“, in addition to the measures taken by the state to confront the Corona virus.

Through a tweet on his social networking site, Twitter, Nafaa called: “What Egypt needs most now, along with urgent and urgent measures to confront the Corona epidemic,” is a comprehensive societal reconciliation that should begin with the release of all political detainees who did not bear arms in the face of the state. And society.

“But that needs some kind of thinking outside the fund that the current government, unfortunately, cannot afford,” Nafaa added.

On March 20, security forces released 15 political activists, including Hassan Nafaa, and others. After the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to release them.

Egypt: Hassan Nafaa calls for "comprehensive community reconciliation"

Security forces arrested Nafia on September 24, 2019, as part of a wide campaign of arrests that included opponents, against the backdrop of the outbreak of rare protests called by the artist and businessman «Mohamed Ali».

Since the military coup against the late legitimate president, Mohamed Morsi, on the third of July 2013,
The security forces are launching massive violations campaigns against all segments of Egyptian society, which include arbitrary arrest and enforced disappearance, extrajudicial killings, torture and execution, and others.

During the month of March 2020, several human rights organizations, both domestic and international, issued calls calling for the Egyptian authorities to release all political detainees, for fear of the outbreak of the new Corona virus, especially after it spread in more than 199 countries around the world.

Especially since the Egyptian prisons are a suitable environment for the spread of the virus, amid lack of hygiene, medical and health neglect and denying detainees the most basic human rights.

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