Preventing Mubarak’s two sons from running for positions in the state.. Postponing the announcement of the decision

The Administrative Court of the State Council in Egypt decided to postpone the hearing of the lawsuit filed to prevent the two brothers, Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, the two sons of former President Hosni Mubarak, from running for positions in the state, until the August 8 session.

Abd al-Salam Ibrahim Ismail, director of the National Center for Supporting Citizenship and Human Rights, had filed a lawsuit demanding the cancellation of the decision to refrain from opening an investigation, and the referral of Gamal and Alaa Hosni Mubarak to the Public Prosecution on charges of illicit gain and the recovery of all money smuggled from all over the world, and the prevention of the Mubarak family from running for any high position in the state.


In his lawsuit, the plaintiff demanded that Gamal and Alaa Mubarak be referred to the investigation authorities, accusing them of illegal gain in accordance with the text of Article 44 of Law 20 of 1977 and its consequences. He also demanded the recovery of all smuggled funds from all over the world as the people’s money and handing them over to the Ministry of Finance and obliging them to pay expenses and fees to the state’s public treasury.

Case No. 56892/77 sued the Prime Minister at the time and others, and the Egyptian Assistant Minister of Justice had confirmed, according to what Egyptian media reported, that the international cooperation sector in the ministry is following up on the file of recovering smuggled funds and making intensive efforts to recover these funds.

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