Monday, June 13, 2011

Mubarak's health worsens colon cancer

The health of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has worsened considerably in recent days, following a colon cancer metastasis that have revealed the daily Al Rai. The Egyptian daily said the former president could undergo surgery in the next few hours in the International Hospital Sarm el-Sheikh, where he is hospitalized since last April.

Medical sources consulted by Al Rai, explained that given the situation faced by Mubarak, would be impossible to submit to chemotherapy and the choice is involved in the operating room. The health of Mubarak, who resigned on 11 February after 18 days of demonstrations against him in the Tahir Plaza, has worsened and reached into a coma, said the newspaper report.

The former president was admitted to emergency on 12 April, after suffering a heart attack during his first interrogation in court to answer the charges for which will be judged in August. Mubarak has been accused by the prosecution on charges of murder "premeditated" and attempted murder against protesters who participated in the Tahrir Square protests that left more than 800 dead.

He is also accused of illicit enrichment, embezzlement, alleged influence peddling and acceptance of "benefits" for him and his family, like a palace and luxurious mansions during the 30 years he remained in power. If found guilty of premeditated murder for the deaths of the protesters, former Egyptian president could be sentenced to death.

Sayyid Muhammad Hosni Mubarak, was born in 1928 in Kufr el-Musailaha. He trained as a military pilot in the former Soviet Union and became chief of the Air Force. He was not aware of any political ambition until Anwar Sadat appointed him vice president in 1975. At 82 years (only 0.4% of Egyptians have that old) still thought to stand for president next September.

Or alternatively, pass the wand to her second son, Gamal. NTXLa Egyptian Prosecutor General has ordered a committee to make a detailed inventory of all the presidential palaces in different provinces, as part of investigations into former President Hosni Mubarak. According to a statement of that body, the committee was formed by order of the Ministry of Justice will review the funds, documents and property found in the palaces and compare the results of their research with data officially recorded.

Also have to figure out if there have been looted or not and if any need to determine who was responsible. When you finish your work, the committee will present the inventory to the Attorney General. Mubarak and his two sons, Alaa and Gamal, are accused of abuse of power and illicit enrichment, and to be involved in the attack on protesters during the popular revolt that forced the resignation of Mubarak after almost three decades in power.

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