Egypt/Letter to General Abdel Fattah al Sisi/Urgent appeal about the detention conditions of ex president Morsi and his nine aides

TO THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE
GENERAL ABDEL FATTAH AL SISI
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
CAIRO. ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT
SUBJECT
APPEAL TO YOU ABOUT THE VIOLATIONS
OF HUMAN RIGHTS AGAINST EX PRESIDENT
MORSI AND HIS NINE AIDES IN DETENTION
“No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.”
”’Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.”
Dear Field Marshal,
Hereby I want to draw your attention for the two urgent cases:
1
2
The Public Prosecution has now  formally detained four of Morsi’s other aides [who have been arbitrarily
detained with the other five aides until their formal detention],
Their detention place is known according to the  media:
However, they still have no access to a lawyer or any contact with their family.
A
The arbitrary detention of Mr Morsi’s  five aides
The other five aides of Mr Morsi are still arbitrarily detained.
As you know, arbitrary detention is a serious violation of human rights, according
[article 9].
International Law guarantees the right of any human being on a fair and impartial trial and of course,
access to a lawyer.
All those rights [to a fair trial, access to a lawyer, the right to a lawful detention place as the right
to see their families] are denied to Mr Morsi’s five aides, as to Mr Morsi, who faces charges.
That’s inhuman and against International Law.
B
The detention of the four aides of ex president Morsi
Although the Public Prosecution now formally detained them,  they have been arbitrarily detained from 3 july, [the day of their arrest.
Also they are denied  access to a lawyer and contact with their family
That’s unacceptable
APPEAL TO YOU
Therefore I call on to you:
To grant Mr Morsi and his nine aides access to their families and lawyers.
To grant Mr Morsi and the four aides a fair trial.
To disclose the whereabouts of Mr Morsi and his five aides, whose place of detention remains unknown.
To immediately release the five aids, who are arbitrarily detained or else officially charge them and
give them a fair trial.
And last, but not least
To ensure a human treatment for all prisoners, regardless of the accused crime.
Respect for human rights is a universal obligation and written in the book of mankind.
I trust you will agree on that and fullfill those principles.
Your sincerely
Astrid Essed
Amsterdam
The Netherlands

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