The National Council for Human Rights will hold a hearing session on Monday to listen to the complaints of a number of students, who are on trial over charges of violating the protest law.
The session will be held under Abdel-Ghaffar Shokr, vice president of the NCHR.
In a statement on Sunday, the council said it will listen to the students' complaints against the protest law and submit its recommendations to the concerned officials.
The 2013 protest law mandates that interior ministry approval must be attained before protests can be considered legal. Violators of the protest law can receive hefty fines and prison sentences.