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Renewing the Detention of Four Members of Al Destour Party in Sharqia for 45 days

11 May 2021

The Third Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism), decided on its meeting held today, 11 May 2021, decided to renew the detention of 4 members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, “Hamdy Zaky”, “Ahmed Saber Ghandour”, “Maher Abdel Hakim” and “Mohamed Abu Samra” who was arrested from Damietta on December 30, 2019, for 45 days pending investigations into case No.1956 of 2019, Supreme state security.

the three of them are accused of joining a terrorist group, misusing social media, and spreading false news.

5 April 2021

The Third Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism), decided on its meeting held on Monday, April the 5th, at the police secretary academy (Tura), decided to renew the detention of 3 members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, “Hamdy Zaky”, “Tarek Abdel Hakim”, and “Mohamed Abu Samra” who was arrested from Damietta on December 30, 2019, for 45 days pending investigations into case No.1956 of 2019, Supreme state security.

the three of them are accused of joining a terrorist group, misusing social media, and spreading false news.
28 February 2021

On February 28th, the Third Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of 4 members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, Hamdy Zaky, Ahmed Saber Ghandour, Maher Abdel Hakim, Tarek Youssef, and Mohamed Abu Samra who was arrested from Damietta governorate on December 30, 2019, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1956 of 2019, in which they are accused of “joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media”.

 20 January 2021

On January 20th, the Third Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, Maher Abdel Hakim, Mohamed al-Sayed, Tarek Youssef Mustafa, and Mohamed Abu Samra who was arrested from Damietta governorate on December 30, 2019, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1956 of 2019, in which they are accused of “joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media”.

6 December 2020

On December 6th, the Third Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, Maher Abdel Hakim, Mohamed al-Sayed, Tarek Youssef Mustafa, and Mohamed Abu Samra who was arrested from Damietta governorate on December 30, 2019, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1956 of 2019, in which they are accused of “joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media”.

25 October 2020

On October 25, the Fifth Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, Maher Abdel Hakim, Mohamed al-Sayed, Tarek Youssef Mustafa,  and Mohamed Abu Samra who was arrested from Damietta governorate on December 30, 2019, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1956 of 2019, in which they are accused of “joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media”.

26 Aug 2020

On August 25, the First Circuit (Cairo/Criminal) decided to renew the detention of members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, Maher Abdel Hakim, Mohamed al-Sayed Mohamed Abu Samra and Tarek Youssef Mustafa, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1956 of 2019, in which they are accused of “joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media”.

2 June 2020

On June 2, the Second Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of members of Al Destour party in Sharqia governorate, Maher Abdel Hakim, Mohamed al-Sayed Mohamed Abu Samra and Tarek Youssef Mustafa, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1956 of 2019, in which they are accused of “joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media”.

It is reported that the court held the renewal of detention session without the attendance of the detainees.

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