The Coptic Maspero Foundation for Development and Human Rights (MFDHR) is launching its first digital poll. The poll measures how Egypt’s Copts rate the performance of the Interior Ministry where sectarian issues are concerned. It will reveal how Copts assess the Ministry’s practices, the Interior Minister’s performance, the Ministry’s handling of sectarian strife and Coptic grievances, and its impartiality and objectivity on this head.
Ramy Kamel, head of MFDHR, said the poll is conducted in accordance with all the legal provisions required. It targeted a sample of at least 1000 Coptic men and women, old and young, inside and outside Cairo, and consisted of multiple choice questions.
The result of the poll, Kamel said, will be presented to PM Ibrahim Mahlab and the Cabinet’s Information and Decision Support Centre.
9 September 2014