EIPR


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EIPREgyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (Cairo, Egypt; est. 2002)
EIPREuropean Intellectual Property Review (est. 1978; journal)
EIPRExternal Interrupt Pending Register (computing)
EIPREnforcers of Intellectual Property Rights (India)
EIPREffective Isotropic Radiated Power
EIPREnhanced In-Process Review
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The EIPR said that the verdict was based on the investigations of the National Security apparatus, noting that the trial witnessed several violations, such as the assault of the defendants and enforced disappearances.
EIPR director Hossam Bahgat told reporters that authorities were trying to "de-contextualise the Nagaa Hammadi events to narrow the scope."
"Victims of police brutality should receive care and treatment, not further abuse and violations of their right to health," said Dr Ragia Elgerzawy of the EIPR's Health and Human Rights Programme.
During the conference, EIPR researchers presented their report titled "Closed for Security Reasons: for a fair law for the construction of churches", a cause that EIPR had been campaigning for since August.
The EIPR statement said that this verdict was only "partially accepted" by the victims' families as the verdict did not include the security forces and police officers who were present around the presidential palace during the clashes, and did not provide protection to the protestors whatsoever.
The report titled "Industry-sponsored clinical tests in Egypt: Ethical questions in a challenging context" was first released in June in the Netherlands and Switzerland, and was translated into Arabic to be presented by the EIPR in a press conference at its headquarters on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Bahgat said during the session on Monday that he received the money found in his bank account--$8,000--in 2011 from his work as a journalist and translator and not from funding to EIPR.
Fahmi and his brothers were reported by EIPR to have suffered important financial losses.
A Luxor resident said that he had to travel about 15 km to attend a church service, since those in his village were closed, according to video footage provided by the EIPR. Priests said that churches have been repeatedly and abruptly shut down by security authorities.
EIPR added that any step taken to alleviate discrimination between Muslims and Copts in Egypt needs to be directly related to the recent sectarian strife.
On 17 July, the judge heading the case summoned the accounting manager of EIPR for interrogation over foreign funding charges.
EIPR strongly condemned the mob attack on the families of two priests, which left three other people injured, adding in a report that there have been at least 77 incidents of tensions and violence of this type in Minya since the 25 January Revolution.