Sunday, June 12, 2011

Worse health of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak

.- The health of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has worsened considerably in recent days, following a colon cancer metastasis suffering, today unveiled the daily Al Rai. In its Sunday edition, 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 former Egyptian president, who resigned on February 11 last, after 18 days of demonstrations against him in the Tahir Plaza, "has deteriorated, and reached into a coma, said the report daily.

Mubarak was admitted to emergency on 12 April, after suffering a heart attack during his first interrogation in court to answer charges will be judged by next August. The former president is accused by the prosecution on charges of murder 'deliberate' 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.

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