78 political activists, known as “prisoners of thought,” were reportedly released in Egypt. Istanbul
Tarek Houli, a member of Egypt’s Presidential Amnesty Committee, said in a written statement that proceedings had been initiated to release dozens of detainees in cases of “crimes of thought and expression.”
Holly said 23 people are from Toula prison, south of the capital, Cairo, 26 from Abu Zabel prison, 8 from Qanater prison, one person from Minya prison and two from prison central. Also, 18 people detained by the insurance company will be released. He also said he would be released.
According to him, Tariq Awadi, a member of the Amnesty Committee, indicated that the largest group of detainees had been released immediately since the issuance of the presidential decree on April 26, 2022 that reactivated the Amnesty Committee. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi told reporters for the first time on April 21 that he intended to start a political dialogue in the country.
And 72 hours after the statement was issued
1 people, including activists and political prisoners, were released.
The first meeting of the national dialogue process announced by Sisi begins in the capital Cairo on July 5, 2022 and will include everyone except the Muslim Brotherhood (Fraternity).