The new Constitution of the Arab Republic of Egypt of 2014 in the light of the former Constitution of 2012 and International Human Rights Standards

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  • Authors: Abashidze AK.1, Ocheretyanaya OV2
  • Affiliations:
    1. FGBOU VPO «Peoples’ friendship university of Russia» Russian Federation Ministry
    2. Office of the Representative of the Russian Federation at the European Court of Human Rights - deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation
  • Issue: No 2 (2015)
  • Pages: 33-40
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/law/article/view/5872
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Abstract


The present article focuses on the political and legal situation with regard to human rights and freedoms in the Arab Republic of Egypt after the overthrow of the President Mohammed Mursi. The article analyzes the new Constitution of the Arab Republic of Egypt of 2014, the basic human rights and freedoms enshrined therein, the hypothetic difficulties of its implementation, as well as contains a comparative analysis of its provisions with those of the previous Constitution of the Arab Republic of Egypt of 2012 and international human rights standarts.

About the authors

A Kh Abashidze

FGBOU VPO «Peoples’ friendship university of Russia» Russian Federation Ministry

Email: aslan.abashidze@gmail.com
Department of International Law

O V Ocheretyanaya

Office of the Representative of the Russian Federation at the European Court of Human Rights - deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation

Email: reed@inbox.ru
Department for the examination of criminal law matters

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