President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi released Decree No. 232 of the original fine or the rest of it and the sentenced sentence sentenced to 560 of the convicted person, and intervened among the released 8 names, including 7 young men and women convicted in case no. 2011/8629 C. Mrs. Zainab, known as a "Events of the Council of Ministers" journalist.
The presidential amnesty included both those convicted in the life sentence of the Council of Ministers, Mahmoud Omran Abdul Majeed Omar, Mohammed Abdul Latif Abdul Aziz Abdullatif, Sami Mohammed Mahmoud Hanafi, Ashraf Abbas Abbas Muhammad, Rajai Helmi Ahmad Al Abd and the convicted 10 years Mohammed Abdulwahab Mohammed Abdulwahab, And Mustafa Alaa Zainham Abdul Rahman, in particular the release of Shaima Ahmed Saad, who served a 5-year prison sentence.
The court sentenced the 43 suspects to life imprisonment, sentenced them to life imprisonment and ordered them to pay £ 17 million and 684 thousand pounds, in solidarity with each other, the value of what they destroyed as ruled by the court was sentenced to 10 years in prison for 9 accused children (youth) and 5 years for one accused, Shaimaa Ahmed Saad, while the remaining 92 accused of the charges were acquitted against them.