Friday, April 15, 2011

The Mubarak's health is stable but remains hospitalized

The Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, who was arrested yesterday, remains in hospital International Sharm el Sheikh, where stable, according to medical sources reported on Thursday. According to sources quoted by the official MENA news agency, Mubarak is accompanied by his wife, Suzane, in room number 309 of the hospital.

Another hospital source said that Mubarak and his wife have not received any visitors since yesterday and are assisted by a Filipino maid. Yesterday, Egyptian police arrested Mubarak and his two sons, Gamal and Alaa, after the Attorney General ordered the arrest of three for 15 days. Mubarak and his sons 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 then president, on 11 February.

The local press reported today that is expected to interrogate Mubarak and his two sons in Cairo on April 19, but this has not been officially confirmed. Mubarak, 82, was admitted last Tuesday at the medical center of Sharm el-Sheikh after suffering a heart attack during a court interrogation.

Meanwhile, his two sons are being held in Tora prison on the outskirts of Cairo, where they held several representatives of the Mubarak regime, including former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif and former ministers of Interior Habib el Adli and Tourism Mohamed Zuhair Garana.

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