TIMEP Brief: Terrorist Entities Law

Source: The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy

Author(s): TIMEP

Original Link: https://timep.org/reports-briefings/timep-brief-terrorist-entities-law/

The Terrorist Entities Law authorizes the public prosecution to issue both a Terrorist List and a Terrorist Entities List, under which individuals and organizations can be designated as a result of a previous court verdict or as a result of a new request. New designation requests are initiated by the public prosecution and are then heard by a special criminal judicial circuit within the Cairo Appeals Court. Challenges to terrorist designations must be brought within 60 days of the designation; once a challenge is brought, it will be reviewed by one of the criminal divisions of the Court of Cassation with a decision made within seven days. Designations are made public, published in the Official Gazette, and shared with international and regional partners.

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