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Verdict Expected Next Week in Mubarak's Criminal Case
Verdict Expected Next Week in Mubarak's Criminal Case
Judge Ahmed Refaat, presiding over the criminal case of former president Honsi Mubarak, his two sons, as well as his interior minister Habib Al-Adly and his aids charged with involvement in the deaths of hundreds of protesters, corruption, and abuse of power, announced a verdict will be issued in the case next Wednesday February 22.
Thursday, February 16,2012 22:16
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 Judge Ahmed Refaat, presiding over the criminal case of former president Honsi Mubarak, his two sons, as well as his interior minister Habib Al-Adly and his aids charged with involvement in the deaths of hundreds of protesters, corruption, and abuse of power, announced a verdict will be issued in the case next Wednesday February 22.



Refaat told the court, that according to procedural law, defendants will be given the opportunity to make their final statements on Wednesday February, 22 where the final verdict will be announced at a later date.
tags: Mubarak / Protesters / Corruption / Ahmed Refaat / Al-Adly
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