Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Hosni Mubarak's wife agrees to deliver part of its assets to State

Suzanne Mubarak, wife of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, has agreed to deliver a portion of their assets to the State Department after the Illicit Enrichment of Egyptian Ministry of Justice ordered his detention for 15 days while it investigates allegations of corruption against her. Specifically, Suzanne Mubarak will return a villa he owned in Cairo and around $ 3.4 million (2.4 million euros) that has two bank accounts.

According to recent information published by the state newspaper al-Ahram, the health status of the former first lady has improved over the last few hours, after suffering a heart attack shortly after being arrested. Before being hospitalized, Suzanne was subjected to an interrogation in a waiting room of the hospital in Sharm el Sheikh, near where her husband, who served 83 years on 4 May, has been detained since April 13 after suffering a heart attack.

The head of the investigation against the Mubarak clan Khaled Selim decided to extend the detention of the former president also accused of abuse of power and repression of the riots, and issue an arrest warrant against Suzanne. As has happened with the former first lady, her children and husband were also detained for an initial period of 15 days, a common practice in Egypt that is equivalent to being imprisoned indefinitely while the investigation is ongoing.

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