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IL PRINCIPIO DI LEGALITA' E LA PROTEZIONE DELLA SOCIETA' CIVILE: IL RUOLO DEL LEGISLATORE

Il Cairo, 8 febbraio 2005 - Il network Parliamentarians for Global Action (www.pgaction.org) organizza il 9 e 10 febbraio, al Cairo, una Conferenza dal titolo: "Il Principio di Legalità e la protezione della Società Civile: il Ruolo del Legislatore", ospitata dall'Assemblea del Popolo della Repubblica Araba d'Egitto. La Conferenza ha, per un verso, l'obiettivo di rafforzare e facilitare il confronto fra i legaislatori nella costruzione della giustizia e del principio di legalità nelle società post-belliche e per altro, quello di promuovere il dialogo sull'importanza del diritto umanitario internazionale. Emma Bonino interverrà mercoledì 9 febbario all'interno del panel relativo alla Responsabilità di Protezione, il Ruolo degli Stati e quello delle Nazioni Unite. PROGRAM Parliamentarians for Global Action THE RULE OF LAW AND THE PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS: THE ROLE OF LEGISLATORS Regional Parliamentary Conference for Arab states Cairo, Egypt - February 9-10 2005 February 8, 2005 18:30 h. Welcome gathering at Semiramis Intercontinental Hotel Ambassador Club 2nd Floor February 9, 2005 9:00 h. Opening Ceremony Remarks by Mr. Amin Mobarak, MP (Egypt) Chair of the Energy Committee, People’s Assembly Remarks by H.E. Amat Al-Aleem Alsoswa Minister of Human Rights, Yemen Remarks by Hon. Ahmad Fathi Sorour, MP Speaker of the People’s Assembly, Egypt Remarks by Hon. Kenneth Dzirasah, MP (Ghana) President of PGA Address by Prof. M. Cherif Bassiouni President, International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI), DePaul University College of Law 10:00 h. THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT * The role of States * The role of the United Nations Chair:Mr. Mounir Fakhri Abdel Nour, MP (Egypt) Panel:Ms. Emma Bonino, MEP Member of the European Parliament, Italy, former European Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs H.E. Ambassador Ahmed Tawfik Khalil Egyptian Council of Foreign Affairs Ms. Mona Rishmawi Senior Advisor, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights; Executive Director, UN Security Council Commission of Enquiry on Darfur] 11:00 h. Coffee Break 11:15 h. STRENGTHENING THE RULE OF LAW IN THE WAKE OF CONFLICT *The legacy of the Nuremberg Principles * Defining the rule of law *UN Secretary General’s Report on the Rule of Law and Transitional Justice in conflict and post conflict societies (August 2004) Chair:Mr. Mustafa El-Fiki, MP (Egypt) Chair of the Committee for Foreign Affairs Panel:H.E. Ambassador Abdel Raouf El Reedy (Egypt) President of the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs Ms. Bassma Kodmani Program Officer, Governance and International Cooperation, Ford Foundation Ms. Farah Karimi MP (The Netherlands) Foreign Affairs Committee Mr. Harlem Desir, MEP Member of the European Parliament, France 12:30 h. ASSESSING NATIONAL NEEDS AND CAPACITIES *The role of national and international experts *Legal and Technical assistance *Local consultation Chair: Dr. Mohamed Saleh, MP (Egypt) Chair, PGA Egypt National Group Panel:Judge Hatem Fouad Aly Presiding Judge, North Cairo Court; seconded to the Afghanistan Judicial Training Program of International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC) and International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI), De Paul University College of Law Mr. Antonio Vigilante Resident Representative, UNDP Egypt Mr. Oliver Nette Delegation of the European Union to Egypt February 10, 2005 9:00 INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AND HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: FILLING A RULE OF LAW VACUUM * Lessons learned from the ad hoc tribunals (Rwanda, former Yugoslavia, East Timor, Sierra Leone) *The role of the International Criminal Court Chair:Senator Alain Destexhe, MP (Belgium) Convenor of PGA’s International Law and Human Rights Programme; Member of PGA Executive Board Presentation:Prof. M. Cherif Bassiouni (Egypt) President, International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI), DePaul University College of Law Panel:Dr. Ra’Ed K. Qaqish, MP (Jordan) Member, Foreign Affairs Committee, Vice-President, Education, Culture, and Youth Committee; Member of PGA International Council Dr. Herta Daubler-Gmelin MP (Germany), Former Federal Minister of Justice; Professor of Law, Free University of Berlin Ms. Amal Basha (Yemen) Regional Coodinator, Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) Open discussion 11:00 h Coffee Break 11:15 h IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AND HUMAN RIGHTS TREATIES IN ARAB STATES Chair:Dr. Ghassan Moukheiber, MP (Lebanon) Panel:Mr. Chérif Atlam International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Regional coordinator for the advisory service on International Humanitarian Law in Middle East and North Africa Mr. Shawki Al-Kadi, MP (Yemen) Mr. Mohamed Oudor, MP (Morocco) Mr. Mohamed Aouini, MP (Tunisia) President, Legislation and Legal Affairs Committee Representative from Lebanon/Jordan 12:30 h. CLOSURE OF THE CONFERENCE * Consideration of a Draft Final Document * Open Discussion among Participants * Deliberation and, as appropriate, adoption of the Final Document Chair:Sen. Raynell Andreychuk (Canada) President, Human Rights Committee Closing Remarks: Dr. Mohamed Saleh, MP (Egypt), Chair, PGA Egypt National Group




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