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“Habi” Submits Proclamation to Attorney General Regarding Nile River Pollution and Fish Death

February 3, 2016 by   ·   No comments

“Habi” Submits Proclamation to Attorney General Regarding Nile River Pollution and Fish Death

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The legal unit in Habi Center for Environmental Rights, submitted proclamation to Attorney General under number 1394 accusing the government of negligence in taking the necessary procedures to protect Nile River from the server pollution it is exposed to because of industrial drainage,  sanitation, fish cages…etc. This is according to Ministry of Health report, announced by Dr. Ahmed Emad El Din Radi, the current Minister of Health.

Recently, Nile River has witnessed many pollution forms such as oil spots and fish death which reached high rates during last December and January. These forms of pollution did not stop despite the declarations of the Prime Minister and other ministers.

So the legal unit in Habi Center for Environmental Rights accuses the prime minister, Water resources and irrigation minister, housing and utilities minister,  minister of state for environmental rights, head of environmental affairs agency, executive manager of EAA and minister of interior.  In addition, in its proclamation, the center calls the Ministry of Health to uncover what it has of documents whether reports or any analysis results of Nile River or that regarding fishes in different places especially Al Bihara and Kafr El Sheikh Govern orates. This is as pollution to which Nile River exposed to that mainly occurs in Rasheed Branch on whose shores many factories locate which discharge into Al Rahawy outlet which charged with sanitation and other polluters.

The Text of proclamation submitted to General Attorney 

 

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