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Report on media performance Improvement in the support of the ress to the role of civil society in election observation

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Report on media performance Improvement in the support of the ress to the role of civil society in election observation

Monitoring coalition observers Without Borders Foundation for a new world of development and human rights in his report on media coverage of the activity of election monitoring organizations of civil society during the polling period in the first round of parliamentary elections and an interest in a wide range of newspapers and news sites publish reports of civil society organizations to monitor elections and work to monitor abuses and violations and came areas of deployment and the number of times a publication by more than doubled for the Shura Council elections held in July 2010 and the percentage published an newspapers and news sites for reports of civil society monitoring of the proportion of 6% of the area allocated for the elections, and there was a positive development, abandoned by the national press media discourse negative organizations Eligibility for the approach of polling day, and increase the interest of partisan newspapers strikingly reports issued by the civil society and members of large areas have while committed to news sites in a manner media specific for the duration of the election published reports of the organizations within the coverage of the elections without the marketing of any cons about community-based organizations, which played a key role in awareness of the role of national control and organizations take advantage of the growing interest in electronic media among young people and increase knowledge of the activities of civil society.
• Provision is also a coalition observers Without Borders that a number of private newspapers, national, and news sites focusing on polling day to rely on correspondents of journalists primarily in monitoring the media for the voting process, followed by attention to the role of NGOs, including the seventh day, news, Al-Ahram and Rosalyousef to demonstrate the role of media in monitoring elections, along with civil society organizations, which added a new dimension in the process of observation, while the attention of newspaper sunrise more and more professional mixing rule releases provided by and between the reports of NGOs, monitoring the media for journalists and fact-finding witnesses and used titles combine the role of civil society in surveillance and monitoring of the paper ballot, while the news website for Egypt today for elections at the invitation of voters and readers to participate in the monitoring and documentation of how the ballot, using pictures, video and recording of violations within the electoral commissions are approaching the performance of observers Altabaien for NGOs and the establishment of the paper published in the reports on the elections in parallel with Reports of civil society and the paper application experience similar to the models implemented by a number of organizations rely on bloggers and young Internet users in the process of monitoring the elections, which refers to the ability of the press to play a significant role in the election than the media coverage of events in pursuit of its own to respect the right of readers of the electorate access to information and data from multiple sources.
• The monitoring coalition observers Without Borders and the existence of a difference in the interest of national newspapers publish Taqariralamnzmat eligibility and came dailies Al-Ahram evening and the Republic in the first place by 40% in terms of the number of times Alnscheran Taqariralamnzmat eligibility, followed by Rose El Youssef was ranked second by 28%, then Al-Ahram newspaper in third place by 10% because of the style portfolios in the field of civil society, and different methods of press coverage between these newspapers to focus on Taqariraadd of community-based organizations and not others and selectivity in dealing with parts of civil society reports in line with editorial policy, and keen newspaper Rose El Youssef more than the rest of the national newspapers in find the diversity of the reports of NGOs, while national newspapers did not work enough to support the attention to the role of civil society.
• Provision is also a coalition observers Without Borders do daily sunrise and the rise of Egypt's independent bodies a greater role than the rest of the newspapers in the Tu Dih the ways in which civil society in national surveillance and preparedness organizations and awareness of its role and used several arts press, including dialogue and investigative journalist and the news report in presenting the roles of organizations during the control, but they did not care enough link between their role in raising awareness of actively monitoring and advising citizens to cooperate with organizations during the control day of the vote.
• The monitoring coalition observers infinite lack of interest in national newspapers and political parties to address the climate in which it operates civil society organizations and the problems faced by the issuance of permits to control enough to educate the voters about the obstacles faced by the national control, while focused on this issue clearly Newspapers sunrise and the rise of Egypt and the Egyptian-day and the Constitution respectively in terms of the degree of interest, while interest site on the seventh day the issue of delay in the issuance of permits to organizations of the Supreme Committee for the elections several times, including follow-up of the obstacles to issuing permits, and the names of organizations which failed to get them followed his interest in the names of organizations, obtained by the number of organizations that have been excluded, which indicates the keenness of news website for a seventh day to support the role of national control and reflected positively on its documented 38% of the news provided by the reports of civil society sources of human rights and civil organizations, followed by following the same method of site-Masri today in the second, which is concerned sources of civil society by 25% Then a news site in Egypt ranked third by 11%, followed in fourth place site Copts are united by 6%.
• The monitoring coalition observers Without Borders failure of any media to prepare to read a neutral reports of civil society organizations issued by the election observation to explain, interpret and provide a vision of it through independent experts, specialists in civil society, elections and media, while keen to some reports on the political and media discourse in the monitoring reports to give the advantage in the publishing media and addressing the public.
• The monitoring coalition observers Without Borders and the presence of considerable interest from the al-Wafd expansion in the dissemination of reports of civil society by 47% in the days following the vote in an appendix procedure allocated for elections, while less attention Newspapers parents and tomorrow and Arab Nazareth significantly do not exceed 6%.
• Provision is also a coalition observers Without Borders interesting newspaper renaissance of Egypt published reports of civil society is greater than the rest of the private newspapers and 42% of information materials about the elections during the polling day and the following days and relied on the conventional approach of reports, and made sure the renaissance of Egypt to publish reports of the majority of NGOs, which monitored the elections and discuss the obstacles faced by the arts and used primarily investigative reporting in their work, while focused on the Egyptian newspaper reporting on news reports in the narrative of civil society organizations together within a single basic idea is the same as pursued by the newspaper to a lesser extent the Constitution.
• The monitoring coalition observers infinite lack of dissemination of national newspapers for media coverage relating to the follow-up a number of international organizations concerned with elections to the electoral commissions during voting day in Cairo and Giza, 7 October and the Bank, Menoufiya and carried out by Human Rights Watch and the Euro-Mediterranean network which is the same method followed by the news site Egypt and the gate Al-Ahram of total disregard of international organizations, while interested in the Egyptian newspapers today and the sunrise and the location of the seventh day, which indicates the application of the rules of transparency and respect the right of public knowledge.
• Provision is also a coalition observers Without Borders News Egypt that site selection of some of the paragraphs of the reports of the organizations in the formulation and delivery of one, while less attention gate-Ahram editorial of this method instead of displaying the full report of the organizations.
• The monitoring coalition observers Without Borders decline rates benefit newspapers and media of the images documented by the organizations monitored within their reports, while care site on the seventh day and the location of the Egyptian today the deployment of animated events and reduce the use of some degree pictures archival, and taken refuge site on the seventh day for the use of photographs of candidates When you publish reports about irregularities in the vote, while the newspaper made the sunrise of the most newspapers publish the photos substantive interest, followed by the renaissance of Egypt, and was then Rose El Youssef Al-Ahram newspaper in pictures substantive attention to the voting process without concern for the deployment of any abuses have been made.
• The report included the performance of a number of newspapers and news sites in the period from Nov. 26 to Nov. 30, which includes the polling day and two days by the former and the much anticipated subsequent deadly for him to monitor a clear picture of the media in dealing with civil society and monitoring of the elections.
Recommendations:
• the expansion of cooperation between the media and civil society organizations during the election period.
• increase the interest of newspapers and news sites explain the way organizations work to the public awareness of the role.
• The development of the functioning of media units and organizations of civil and training of staff to deal with the media and improve the way they work when issuing the reports of organizations, including standards commensurate with the media.
• The community-based organizations to provide more data on its work in surveillance and contact lists in front of journalists within the organizations responsible for monitoring work.
• The existence of a clear strategy in dealing with the media and civil society organizations to support the role of civil society in the future.
• an end to the negative media discourse on civil society organizations and work to promote trust between citizens and community organizations.
• The media have a clear role in establishing a bridge of trust between the government and NGOs to deepen their partnership in the future in the field of democracy and human rights to counter the negatives that happened in the first round of voting.
• The media play a key role during the elections to raise awareness of legal and constitutional rights of voters in cooperation with NGOs rather than focusing on the newspaper coverage of the elections.
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Mohammed hegab General Coordinator of the Coalition
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