President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi issued decree Saturday pardoning some of received final prison sentences, including Activist Ahmed Doma.
Those are eligible for release in accordance with presidential pardon terms.
Sowerky was charged with joining the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, and funding the group with millions of pounds, through transfers to the bank accounts of its leaders.
Those charged with bullying people with disabilities will also pay a fine of not less than one hundred thousand pounds and not more than two hundred thousand pounds, or one of these two penalties; the prison and fine.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi issued Sunday decree no. 572/2022 transferring the ownership of a number of buildings, including former prisons, from the Ministry of Interior to the National Treasury.
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."
Sources told Egypt Today that the Ministry of Interior gave the Public Prosecution footage of the cell of imprisoned activist Alaa Abdel Fatah.
Awady added that none of the convicts eligible for presidential pardon had been asked to accept any deals for getting out in return.
Four US officers have been charged with murdering an elderly and disabled prisoner in Florida.
The preparation of that list comes on the occasion of Sinai Liberation Day, which is April 25.
Mahmoud Ezat is the former deputy Supreme Guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.
The Anti-Cyber and Information Technology Crimes Law, known in the media as the law of “internet crimes”, confronted the crimes of hacking and attacking the Internet networks belonging to the state or public legal persons.
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior denied allegations made by the recently released Rami Shaath about bad conditions and inhuman treatment during his incarceration in Egypt as false, and that his claims were made “to gain sympathy of foreign public opinion for his personal gains.”
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior denied allegations made by the recently released archaeologist Rami Shaath about bad conditions and inhuman treatment during his incarceration in Egypt as false, and that his claims were made “to gain sympathy of foreign public opinion for his personal gains.”
The Interior Ministry organized a tour on Wednesday in Badr complex that included the Correctional and Rehabilitation center which is affiliated to the social protection sector of the Interior Ministry.
Fontana's statements came during a meeting with Chairman of the Human Rights Committee at the House of Representatives Wednesday.
The complex is dubbed "The Reform and Rehabilitation Center of Wadi Al Natroun.
The amendments harshened the imprisonment term and the fine imposed on the offenders.
“What was mentioned in the statement is completely false,” source at the Ministry of Interior said.