Sunday, May 29, 2011

Mubarak will pay more than $ 33 million by cutting communications during protests

Cairo. .- The Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was sentenced to pay a compensation of 200 million Egyptian pounds (33 million and half dollars) in order to cut mobile phone services and internet during January and February protests that forced his resignation. According to state news agency, MENA, an administrative court also sentenced former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif and former Minister of Interior Habib al Adli, charged with the same offenses, to pay public finances 40 and 300 million pounds respectively.

This is the first court ruling issued against the Egyptian exmandatario, who resigned on 11 February.

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