The Arab Council for the Support of Fair Trials and Human Rights called for providing the appropriate environment for a trial of ousted President Hosni Mubarak and former interior minister Habib al-Adli and his aides to protect the rights of families of martyrs and those injured in the January 25 revolution. The council also called on Judge Ahmad Refaat, the president of the Cairo Criminal Court, to use the power he is legally authorized to issue a statement calling on the media to observe the necessary media controls to try Mubarak and al-Adli in the case of killing demonstrators, whether by analyzing or commenting in accordance with the law and the principles and controls in this regard. The Council stressed its commitment to the media and commentary in accordance with the principles of constitutional and judicial stability and within the framework of a set of controls, the most important that the laws prohibit comment on the judicial provisions or exposure to them, but the laws prohibit the suspension of the judicial provisions or exposure to them only through legal remedies and suspension From a specialist and that the suspension shall deal with the exhaustive means of appeal against it in order to avoid affecting the body that issued it. Abdul-Jawad Ahmed, chairman of the Arab Council for the Support of Fair Trials and Human Rights confirmed the Council’s adherence to the principle of public hearings of the trial of symbols of the former regime and the continued direct broadcast of the trial of Mubarak and al-Adli in the case of the killing of peaceful demonstrators. The Arab Council for the Support of Fair Trials requests: Provide guarantees to preserve the rights of the families of the martyrs in the trial of Mubarak and al-Adli