Mohamed Abul Ghar, civil currents representative at the committee, demanded the new constitution should ensure complete equality.
He also called for the strengthening of civil society, as it would be able to stand in the face of any current rejected by the people.
While youth representative Mohamed Abdel Aziz explained the need to emphasize banning religious parties, stating that all Egyptians want the country to be a modern civil State.
He called for legislation to ensure non-discrimination between citizens on the grounds of religion, race, or sex.
Nasser Amin, the National Council for Human Rights’ representative, also stressed the need for the constitution to provide the right of freedom of belief.
Finally, Mona Zulfikar, National Council for Human Rights’ representative, stated the need to banish all sources of sedition, such as article 219, and the utilization of places of worship for political purposes, and focus on freedoms.