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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 newsletter from 15th to 21th January

    Egypt libiya Tunisia Egypt The Head of the State’s Council congratulates Hanafy Jebali to be the speaker of the “Parliament” The regime’s game: Changing faces and politics is the sameIn a comprehensive change for faces, the 2nd term of the parliament started with surprises, as it started with the disappear...
  • The weekly newsletter from 8th to 14 January

    Egypt libiya Tunisia Egypt The deputy speaker of the parliament: The president Sisi “the maker of the modern Egyptian Renaissance” The new Parliament: Establishing the traditions of the dominance of the Executive Authority The duration of the membership of the appointed and elected 596 members of the 2016 parliament which...
  • The weekly newsletter from 1th to 07 January

    Egypt Lybia Tunisia Egypt A video clip on social network shows the "medical negligence" of the hospital and the lack of oxygen for Corona patients inside the intensive care unit, which led to their deaths, sparked controversy and discontent among the Egyptian public opinion.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXvkgkew0Sk&fbclid=IwAR2dIycqYHfSHXwTgjmoT6UDZrlXIFtROO06E1GVSOUhvbOtYCx29sgzT7UOn the other hand, Dr. Mamdouh...
  • The weekly newsletter from 25 to 31 December

    Egypt The Parliamentary action: News of formalities and lack of contentPresident Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi issued Decision No. 714 of 2020 to break the sixth regular session of the House of Representatives as of Sunday 20 December 2020, with which the Council completes its first legislative term within...
  • The weekly newsletter From the 18th to the 24 December

    Egypt The Parliamentary action: A weak outcome and corruption while the laws of the democratic transition are on the sidelines The speaker of the Parliament, Ali Abd Al Aal concluded the sessions of the current Parliament which is the first parliament after approving the 2014 constitution....

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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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