Sunday, April 10, 2011

Mubarak ordered a judicial question and two children

The Egyptian general prosecutor, Abdel Magid Mahmoud, ordered today that the president Hosni Mubarak questioned and two children from allegations that they are accused of alleged involvement in attacks on demonstrators and embezzlement. As reported by the official news agency MENA, these lawsuits accuse Mubarak and his sons Alaa and Gamal to be involved in the crime of attacking peaceful demonstrators during protests that erupted on 25 January.

They were also accused of abuse of power and get commissions and profits. It is expected that Mubarak's younger son, Gamal, former leaders of the ruling National Democratic Party, is filed within the next few days in a judicial office in charge of questioning about his alleged illicit enrichment.

A spokesman for the Attorney General of Egypt, Adel al-Said said the Attorney General has sent a letter to Interior Minister to take necessary security measures to carry out the order of the Office. The attorney general's decision came shortly after Mubarak refused in a speech that has bank accounts outside the country and denounce attempts to tarnish his image with news about his alleged fortune and your family.

Mubarak made the remarks in a sound recording broadcast chain UAE Al Arabiya television from Sharm el Sheikh, where the former guard house arrest since he ceded power on 11 February. Al Said said that Mubarak's message today is not going to influence the prosecution will take steps to investigate complaints against exmandatario and his family.

He also said that the Attorney General has already interviewed the complainants to Mubarak and his family and requested information to the National Security Forces and the Department of Administrative Monitoring in relation to those mentioned in the complaints. Ahmad Nazif, a former Egyptian prime minister dismissed the early days of the popular revolt against Hosni Mubarak in late January on suspicion of corruption, was arrested on Sunday, judicial sources said.

Nazif, Prime Minister of former President Mubarak in 2004 to the dismissal of his government on 28 January, was placed in provisional detention for 15 days, the sources said. Is under investigation for "illegal profits and corruption." This arrest occurs the day the Attorney General announced that Hosni Mubarak and his two sons were called for justice in the context of an investigation into corruption and violence against protesters during the unrest, which caused over 800 deaths.

With information from Reuters and AFP

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