Comparison National Law and Egyptian Constitution VS. International Law

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In this report we will focus on different laws that concern human rights and in specific women rights; The Egyptian Constitution, National Law and International Law. These are the three laws that are most important in Egypt.
In Egypt, the constitution is the highest law. National law and international law are on the same level.

We will enumerate what the different laws say about issues concerning human and women rights and we will give summary of what the different laws say about these subjects. We will also give a comparison and enumerate the similarity’s and the contradictions.
We will compare what these different laws say about:

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