Infographic: Reparations in the Wake of Egypt’s Revolution

Source: The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy

Author(s): TIMEP

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Less than six months after January 25, 2011, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces created a health and social welfare fund to provide reparations for individuals injured by or killed in the events of the January 25 Revolution. The fund was the predecessor to the National Council for the Care of the Families of the Martyrs and the Injured.

Our infographic provides a brief snapshot into the central entity established by Egyptian authorities in the wake of the January 25 Revolution to be responsible for reparations, explores its mandate, highlights its contributions, and assesses some of the criticisms that have been levied against it.

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