A Georgia judge on Monday ordered the release of portions of a special grand jury report on efforts by former President Donald Trump and his allies to sway the 2020 presidential election. However, most of the report will remain under wraps for now.

“While publication may not be convenient to the pace of the District Attorney’s investigation, the compelling public interest in these proceedings and the undeniable value and importance of transparency require their publication,” wrote Fulton County Judge Robert McBurney.

In particular, he asked the prosecutor to reveal three of the parts of the report next Thursday.

County Attorney Fani Willis, describing herself as “one of the few people who had an opportunity to read the report,” told the judge that releasing the report “at this time” would be inappropriate.

“We ask that this report not be made public because, having seen this report, decisions are imminent,” she said.

The release is a major development in a case that threatens legal sanctions against the former president as he prepares to campaign for the White House in 2024. The grand jury spent about seven months hearing testimony from witnesses.