A recent study proposes establishing an anti-discrimination court to review cases of discrimination, warning that the lack of equality among Egyptians is responsible for behavior that threatens the stability of society.
Dr. Saber Waheeb, head of the pediatric surgery department at Alexandria University, who proposed the study, said he will present it to parliament and send a detailed report to Minister of Justice Mamdouh Mar’ee.
The study describes how Egyptians suffer from discrimination and negativity, which have accumulated over years until they have become behaviors that control society, such as corruption.
“Discrimination takes many forms in society, on the level of individuals and groups, represented by an absence of justice, equality and transparency. It can also be found in forms that citizens cannot feel,” said Waheeb.
Translated from the Arabic Edition.