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MILITARY TRIALS FOR CIVILIANS:
Violations varied during the first six months of this year against the Egyptian citizen, and most notably was the military trials of civilians, in violation of the Constitution and the law and all international conventions binding the Egyptian state, which the Egyptian state considers part of its constitution in accordance with the articles of the Egyptian Constitution.
It has been monitoring that referral the 207 issue for military courts in cases of all their competence in the criminal and civil justice, courts in which 4328 Egyptian citizen civilians being tried, from different segments, Sunni and professional quality, of women, children, youth, the elderly, and men.
Coordination has documented 181 cases full details, but there are 26 cases incomplete details due to the lack of detailed information about them.
There are more than 20 women from various governorates, and more than 139 children from young children and students, as well as of various categories of people, according to what we documenting of the total.
The number of detainees from the university professors more than twenty, the number of students increasing for 290 students, more than 120 teacher, over 30 doctors, over 50 engineers, more than 20 lawyers, over 20 imams and Azharites, there are more than 206 members of professional associations from the various professionals, and so in all classes of people.
One of the most important violations of defendants to eliminate military in the period of the investigation and had been monitored are tortured inside the investigations offices, non-presence of a lawyer with him during the investigation, not to be informed by the date of the investigation, preventing lawyers from access to the records of investigations and file the case once and for all, and bring the accused to investigate with them in non-dates investigations advertised and failure to notify his lawyer. Military prosecutors did not issue any decision to release any accused, whether for lack of charge or the fall of the confinement order.