Montazah Prosecution, Alexandria, has handed lawyer Mohamed Ramadan another 15-day detention order pending case 16576/2018.
The lawyer will be transferred to El Ghorbaniat Prison in Burj Al Arab Detention Center, according to his lawyer Mohamed Hafez.
Ramadan, known as Abu Baibars, has been held in solitary confinement since December 10 as he is charged with possessing yellow vests to use in demonstrations against the Egyptian regime copycatting the protests that erupted in France.
Hafez, lawyer at AFTE, said that Ramadan’s medical condition is deteriorating because of the solitary confinement and the lack of medical care.
Ramadan is also charged with joining a terrorist group and promoting its ideologies through social media, publishing fake news, and possessing illegal publications.
Update: An Alexandria prosecutor's office ordered on Tuesday a 15-day detention renewal for lawyer Mohamed Ramadan pending further investigations into Case 16576/2018, according to lawyer Mahienour al-Massry. Read our earlier coverage here: https://t.co/Flo6BqeMLDpic.twitter.com/cX9LRpi91e
The pretrial detention of Egyptian rights lawyer Mohamed Ramadan was extended 15 days today. He's been in detention since Dec 10 and has been accused of belonging to a terrorist org, inciting to its ideas, and possessing yellow vests to call for protests against those in power. https://t.co/GOnJtqmyUr
An Alexandria prosecutor’s office renewed on Tuesday the detention of Alexandrian rights lawyer Mohamed Ramadan for 15 days, as he continues to suffer from a series of health complications and a lack of proper medical care in custody https://t.co/vqCrtfct8Dpic.twitter.com/Vf7Pj9ECXn