The Egyptian Revolution started due to the people’s discontent towards the government of Hosni Mubarak. Grievances of Egyptian protesters were focused on legal and political issues including police brutality, state of emergency laws, lack of free elections and freedom of speech, corruption, and economic issues including high unemployment, food price inflation and low wages. Soon after the overthrown of Mubarak’s government Morsi was elected in a democratic way. A coup d’état led by the Minister of defense General Abdel Fattah El-Sisi overthrew Morsi and massive popular demonstrations against military rule started.
Egypt is facing a deep threat to human rights due to violent confrontations between the Egyptian Government and the revolutionary groups. Navi Pillay has stated her worry about Egyptian people when in a press communication said: “[she] hopes that the rule of law and a system of government that respects the human rights of all Egyptians –men and women- can be quickly re-established”. Several experts have voiced their concern in regard of the way human rights have been dismissed by several people; they stated the death poll have raised over 600 including women, young people, and members of the media. “These serious violations of international human rights law must not remain unpunished,” they underscored.
During the Egyptian Revolution the United Nations have had a passive role in which they have not interact in the most formidable way to approach this conflict. However the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of women asserted that women need to be included in the dialogue and decision making process during these turbulent times. A group of independent United Nations human rights experts called for restraint and an immediate end to violent confrontations that have seen hundreds killed and thousands injured in the Egyptian capital in recent days. This country would like to remember the United Nations that it has made a clear statement that it would help all countries to develop in any way, so it encourages the United Nations to help the Egypt’s people and government in a more active state.
Guinea has tried to ensure all human rights are not violated by any means. This Republic has tried to incarcerate every offender to human rights. Furthermore on October 6, 2012, President Conde announced the formation of a new Ministry of Human Rights and Public Liberties to help the government in a better way to fight against those who are responsible for disturbing the pillar of rights.
Guinea highly believes that the best person to help Egyptian people in these turbulent times is the president that was elected with the highest amount of votes in both elections round, first time...