The founder of the Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue (FDHRD) appreciates the rapid response of the Ministry of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates’ Affairs to the Egyptian citizen Haggagi Abdel Hakim’s plea to save his sister who had an accident in the Sultanate of Oman.
This establishes the state of citizenship for Modern Egypt, as well as shows the efforts of the state aimed at developing the foundations and pillars of the new republic that raises the status of the citizen. It confirms the efforts exerted by the Egyptian state in order to raise and promote human rights in Egypt and place the Egyptian citizen in first in its priorities in its establishment of a New Egypt.
Haggagi Abdel-Hakim Abdel-Halim Mohamed, an Egyptian young man, posted his plea on the social networking site Facebook: ‘My sister is dying and her temperature is 40 degrees and it’s not going down. I beg you to help my voice reach the Minister of Emigration and officials in Egypt, to transfer her to the Royal Hospital, in Muscat, or the University Hospital in Oman at our personal expense as they are more qualitied. This is our last hope.’ The media advisor to the Ministry of State for Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates’ Affairs reported in a quick response that his plea had already reached the Minister of Emigration, Ambassador Soha Gendy, who ordered immediate action and urgent assistance.