Guaranteeing Equality between Women and Men in the Constitution

Ensure equality between Men and Women in the constitution

Egypt, at present, is going through a critical legal situation regarding the Constitution and the time-frame for its drafting, as we find ourselves caught between the hammer of time and the anvil of guaranteeing rights. To overcome this predicament, some constitutional experts try to mitigate this dilemma by improving the image of the 1971 Constitution and selling it to the public, claiming that its first four chapters do not need great effort, and that what is actually needed is to regulate the President’s powers and responsibilities.

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