Member of the Presidential Pardon Committee Kamal Abou Eita stated in a phone-in Monday that a large number of prisoners would be released in a few days.
Ramadan was being prosecuted in custody in "opinion lawsuits."
The man and his wife are convicted of artifact trafficking.
Rateb was arrested in late June 2021 over charges of providing millions of Egyptian pounds to former MP Alaa Hassanin and his brother to help them in illegal digging for antiquities.
During today’s trial, Deep asked the court to send Rateb to sed his client to a hospital as he suffers from cancer. However, the court rejected and ruled to continue Rabbit’s imprisonment.
Three days ago, the German Foreign Ministry released a statement, calling the Egyptian government to ensure “to ensure that Mr El-Baqer receives a fair trial and is released, along with his co-defendants Alaa Abdel Fattah and Mohamed Ibrahim.”
The investigations revealed that Rateb provided millions of Egyptian pounds to Hassanin and his brother to help them in the illegal excavation.
The Minya criminal court handed down sentences ranging between death penalty, life imprisonment, and 15-10 years in prison for 73 defendants.
Also, the case was dropped against late Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed El Erian due to his death in August 2020. The court sentences are unchallengeable.
Twenty were sentenced to death in the retrial that consisted of 156 convicts.
Ezzat was sentenced to life imprisonment in absentia in 2015 for the above-mentioned charges for the clashes that took place outside the Muslim Brotherhood’s headquarters in Mokkatam district in Cairo.
The defendants’ cell was named after terrorist Hisham Ashmawy, who was executed in March 2020 over terrorism-related crimes.
During the trial, another policeman was acquitted of the charges.
The court sentenced seven other defendants to five years in jail, while 29 people have been acquitted in the case.
He is charged with inciting immorality, stalking, violating society's value by violating his victims’ privacy through constant texting and taking pictures of her while kissing her without their consent using his social media accounts.
In October 2019, videos of passengers on a train talking about two young men who were compelled to jump off went viral on social media as one of them died.
The lawsuit was filed by lawyer Mohamed Hamid Salem, who had previously won a court ruling to shut down Youtube in Egypt for a month after publishing a blasphemous video against Prophet Muhammad [Peace and Blessings be upon him] eight months ago.
Geneina made statements to the media that government corruption cost the country EGP 600 billion from 2012-2015, stirring widespread controversy.
Port Said criminal court on Saturday put off the retrial of 71 members and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, topped by the guide Mohamed Badie, to May 16 hearing.
The court, which was presided by Judge Mohamed Said al-Sherbiny, acquitted seven people, including a football player in Aswan Sports Club, of all charges.