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DAAM Observatory is one of the most promosing projects of Democratic transition and Human Rights Support Center “DAAM”. The institution is aiming via this project to develop one of its main goals, which is providing a reliable and credible information about human rights and democratic transition in the region, for their effective use by experts and researchers regardless of their projects. The observatory seeks to facilitate the exchange of experiences and expertise whether between the three countries (Tunisia, Egypt and Libya) or within each country, and to evaluate the development of democratic transition and the respect of human rights in terms of legislations, government and parties policies. This project aims to participate in the operation of legislation, by amending or drafting legal texts concerning human rights and democratic transition causes. DAAM is an independent, semi-regional and non-governmental organization established in 2015. It aims to create a climate conducive to advancing democratic construction based on the principles of human rights in its complementarity and comprehensiveness. It seeks to support and strengthen democratic participatory paths and institutions based on the principles of civil rule and equality.

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  • The weekly newsletters : from 18 to November 24

    Egypt Libya Tunisia Egypt Senate approves tentative bill for the rights of the elderly Supporting the inclusion of Alaa Abdel Fattah, Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh and others on the terrorist lists Final ruling to expel lawyers listed on terrorist lists from the Syndicate Legislative and judicial power at the service of the...
  • The weekly newsletters : from 11 to November 17

    Egypt Libya Tunisia Egypt The legislative power continues to be submissive to the executive power by enacting two new Laws  During its plenary session this week, the legislative power continued to approve proposals submitted by the executive power, and the parliament approved the two proposals submitted by the government; the...
  • The weekly newsletters : from 04 to November 10

    Egypt Libya Tunisia Egypt Egyptian Foreign Minister to Washington to meet with US officials Egypt announces the amendment of the terms of a "security agreement" with Israel... What are the details? Egypt..Taxes demand a tax return for private tutoring centers..an official clarifies Parliament: Demanding private lessons centers to open tax files confirms...
  • The weekly newsletters : from 20 to October 27

    Egypt Libya Tunisia Egypt Officially.. Sisi announces the cancellation of the extension of the state of emergency throughout the country (live broadcast) Newspaper: The director of the Egyptian Minister of Health's office and others were arrested "on charges of bribery" Sisi announces the abolition of the state of emergency and the...
  • The weekly newsletters : from 14 to October 20

    Egypt Libya Tunisia Egypt The House of Representatives approves a 25 billion yen Japanese loan to develop the electricity sector MPs finally agree to amend the Persons with Disabilities Act to combat bullying Egypt borrows $393 million from Japan and France After continuing the external debt and approving a...

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A sub-regional, independent, non-governmental organization, established in 2015. It aims to create an environment conducive to the advancement of democratic construction based on the principles of human rights in their integration and inclusiveness. It seeks to support and promote democratic participatory paths and institutions on the basis of civil and equality

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