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Public Figures Demand Immediate Investigation into Mubarak’s Ill-Gotten Fortune
Public Figures Demand Immediate Investigation into Mubarak’s Ill-Gotten Fortune
Following the scandalous revelation of Mubarak’s fortune, 37 public figures have submitted a complaint to the Attorney General against the President, his two sons, Gamal and Alaa and Suzanne Mubarak their mother.
Thursday, February 10,2011 13:26
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Following the scandalous revelation of Mubarak’s fortune, 37 public figures have submitted a complaint to the Attorney General against the President, his two sons, Gamal and Alaa, and Suzanne Mubarak, their mother.

According to published reports, the Mubaraks’ fortune ranges between a staggering 40 and 70 billion dollars in addition to ownership of properties in London, New York, and Los Angeles, with reports of ownership of resorts on the Red Sea.

US and British experts report that the family’s wealth dates back to when Mubarak was an air force officer and in a position to benefit from corporate corruption on military contracts.  According to analysts the family was then able to accumulate wealth through business partnerships with foreign investors and companies.

Political science professor at Princeton University Amany Jamal, states that Mubarak’s wealth is similar to other Middle Eastern leaders, adding that there was a lot of corruption in his regime with a stifling of public resources for personal gain.

Protesters and public figures have cited government corruption responsible for the country’s current situation, demanding the immediate ousting of Mubarak and an immediate investigation into how the fortune was accumulated.

According to media reports the bulk of the wealth of the Mubarak family is outside the country, mainly in Switzerland, while observers expect that Mubarak’s wife and his sons also have tremendous wealth in Britain.

The signatories of the submitted complaint against Mubarak and his family demand that there be an investigation into the amount of money smuggled abroad, stressing that there be an immediate travel ban and a freeze on assets. Furthermore, they demand that the necessary action be taken to restore the funds.

Public figures who submitted the complaint include:

1. Ibrahim Badrawy 
2. Ibrahim Yousry
3. Dr. Ahdaf Sueif
4. Abul Ezz Alhareery
5. Hamdy Sabahy
6. Saad Aboud
7. Sayed Hegab
8. Dr. Saeed Alneshaey
9. Shady Tarek Alghazaly
10. Dr. Gamal Zahran
11. Dr. Hossam Eissa 
12. Khaled Alsayed
13. Eng. Ziad Alaleemy
14. Alaa Abdul Monem
15. Dr. Abdul Galeel Mustafa
16. Abdul Rahman Fares
17. Abdul Rahman Samir
18. Abdul Azim Almaghrabi
19. Dr. Atef Albanna
20. Dr. Azzazy Ali Azzazy
21. Alaa Alaswany
22. Abdul Halim Qandil
23. Dr. Amr Helmy 
24. Essam Alislambouly    
25. Ali Suleiman
26. Dr. Salah Sadek
27. Dr. Ossama Alghazaly
28. Mohamed Alashqar
29. Mahmoud Samy
30. Dr. Mohamed Sharaf
31. Magdy Hussein
32. Dr. Magdy Karkar
33. Dr. Mamdouh Hamza
34. Nahla Heta
35. Dr. Hamed Manzely
36. Yehia Hussein Abdul Hady
37. Yehia Alqazaz

 

tags: Mubarak / Mubarak Regime / NDP / Corruption / Gamal Mubarak / Egyptian People / Poverty / Egyptian Government / / Egyptian Protestors / Egyptian Protests / Tahrir Square / Pro-Mubarak / Peaceful Protests / Peaceful Demonstrations / Egyptian Citizens / Suzanne Mubarak / Alaa Mubarak /
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