Egypt’s first Fact-Finding Commission, established in 2012 by then President Mohamed Morsi, was charged with gathering information and evidence about the killing and injury of demonstrators between 25 January 2011 and 30 June 2012, which included reviewing measures taken by the executive and the extent to which it cooperated with judicial authorities.
Egypt’s second Fact-Finding Commission, established by decree by interim President Adly Mansour, was tasked with compiling and documenting information and evidence regarding outbreaks of violence occurring from 30 June 2013, when large-scale protests broke out in opposition to then President Mohamed Morsi, who was ousted in July 2013. The commission was responsible for investigating crimes against citizens; identifying the perpetrators; examining previous investigations and other incidents in which no investigations took place; and providing a framework for protecting witnesses.
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