Today, Saturday, the Egyptian Court of Cassation upheld the sentence of 15-year imprisonment of artist Tariq al-Nahri in the case known as "cabinet events", so that the conviction and imprisonment in the case will be final and final, according to the Egyptian newspaper Al-Watan.

The events of the case date back to December 2011, when clashes erupted between demonstrators in the vicinity of the Council of Ministers and the People's Assembly and the Shura Council, in central Cairo, and the prosecution assigned the accused in the case charges of "gathering and possessing white and Molotov weapons, and assaulting members of the armed forces and the police and burning the scientific complex, Attacking other government buildings, including the headquarters of the Councils of Ministers and People and Shura Council, and attempting to storm the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior, in preparation for burning it.

In the same case, the accused, Ahmed Douma, was also tried, and the Court of Cassation also upheld his 15-year prison sentence and fined him 6 million pounds in value for his public property.

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