This comes two weeks after the Egyptian Public Prosecution released Thabet and his son, Seif El-Din late in January, after years in pretrial detention over accusations of funding terrorist entities.
The draft law exempts the public prosecution from bearing the cost of publishing the decisions to list terrorist entities and persons.
Malek, his son and five others were sentenced to lifetime in jail on charges of harming the Egyptian national economy.
The Court of Cassation on Saturday upheld a ruling adding 20 persons to terror lists, turning down an appeal against the ruling.
The Court of Cassation on Tuesday turned down an appeal by 145 defendants in the Hasm terrorist cell case against a ruling by the Cairo Criminal Court placing them on terrorism lists.
A total of 164 people have been added to Egypt’s terrorist list by Cairo criminal court, according to the Official Gazette on Sunday.
Asim Abdel Magid, Tarek al-Zumar, Mohammed al-Islambouli and Safwat Abdel Ghani were all accused of supporting and financing hostile activities in Egypt.
Security forces managed to raid a terror cell in Assiut’s El-Ghanayem, killing its four elements.
State Security Prosecution Attorney General Khaled Diaa Thursday ordered remanding Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh, a leader of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood, in custody for 15 days pending investigations anew.
A total of 241 defendants were added to the terrorist list in the case no.1000 for 2017, known as “Wilayat Sinai case”.
The Court of Cassation postponed until July 14 the appeal filed by prominent Muslim Brotherhood leader and businessman Hassan Malek and 55 other MB members.
Elements of the Helwan Brigades were re-designated as terrorists Tuesday over charges including attempts to topple the regime and leading terrorist attacks.
The Cairo Criminal Court reordered placing the Muslim Brotherhood and 1,529 defendants, including Mohamed Aboutrika, on the terror list for another five years.
Security authorities believe that the Brotherhood and other extremist factions are interlinked.
Sudan's Acting Finance Ministe Abdul Rahman Derar on Sunday called on the international community to totally lift the economic sanctions imposed on the country.
Cairo's Court of Cassation adjourned hearing on appeals challenging Criminal Court decision to Abouttrika and a number of MB-affiliated members on the terror list to July 2, 2018.
Qatar placed Thursday 19 individuals and eight entities, including the Islamic State's (IS) "Sinai Province", on the terror list.
"Wilayat Sinai" group and total of 319 people have been added to Egypt's terror list
Qatar and Turkey fund terrorist organizations in the region through charitable societies, a member of the parliament, Tarek el-Kholy, stated on Friday.
The High Administrative Court delayed on Sunday its ruling on the appeal issued by the Administrative Court of Justice.