Worse, the complaints reprinted in the report are all prefaced with the verb to "claim"--so according to the Hebdo the report doesn't so much say torture is happening in Egypt as say certain people "claim" to have been tortured (it then also quote the Ministry of Interior as denying such claims).
It also seems from some of the passages translated in the Hebdo that the report is padded with plenty of very conciliatory language (some of which was apparently inserted last minute by council vice-president Kamal Abul Magd).
The report also says "This report has to be read in light of the special nature of the National Council on Human Rights. This nature makes it not at all a government organization as some believe, nor a civil society association." What it is it then?