MOHAMED AL ANSARY is a lawyer and regional legal researcher with the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies. Mr. Al Ansary holds a diploma in International Law from Cairo University. He has worked for 16 years as a lawyer in various fields, including criminal, labor, and administrative law. He has conducted extensive research on the use of military courts in Egypt, including analyzing new laws and providing information on cases through trial observation. Mr. Al Ansary has published many articles on legal issues and worked with a team of researchers to write a report entitled Egypt’s Judiciary: A Tool of Repression – Lack of Effective Guarantees of Independence and Impartiality, published in October 2016 by the International Commission of Jurists. He is the author of the 2017 POMED report The Role of the Public Prosecution in Egypt’s Repression.
- Q&A – Between a Rock and a Hard Place: How Egypt’s Constitutional Amendments Erode Judicial Independence April 17, 2019
- The Role of the Public Prosecution in Egypt’s Repression July 1, 2017