- 2010 election update
- December 17, 2010
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Saturday: Symposium on “The Role of National Journalists in the Elections”
The Freedoms Committee in the Journalists’ Syndicate organized a symposium2010 Elections” to present the experiences of national journalists in covering the recent parliamentary elections.
The symposium included: Mohamed Abdel Qudus, head of the Freedoms Committee; Dr. Mahmoud Alam El-Deen, Dean of Journalism at the Information Faculty, Cairo University; and Dr. Soliman Saleh, Professor of International Media at the faculty.
Also, taking part were: Dr. Hendazah Fekry, head of training at the International Centre for Journalists; Samir Omar, correspondent for Al-Jazeera TV channel; Fathy Abu Hatab, Editor-in-Chief of al-Masry Al-Youm website; Mohamed Shousha, head of e-marketing for Al-Shorouq newspaper; Hafez Abu Saeda, chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights; and Abler Saadi, head of the Training Committee at the Journalists’ Syndicate.
Mohamed Abdel Qudus pointed out that the symposium gives journalists the opportunity to present and share their experiences as well as magazines, newspapers and satellite TV channels to present their experiences and the benefits they had when covering the elections, as they were the actual winners in these elections.