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Katatni Asks Egyptian Public Prosecutor to Transfer Deposed Mubarak to Tora Prison
Katatni Asks Egyptian Public Prosecutor to Transfer Deposed Mubarak to Tora Prison
Public attorney receives Egyptian People’s Assembly Health Committee recommendations to move Mubarak from the costly and luxurious International Health Center in Sharm El Sheikh to Tora Prison Hospital
Tuesday, February 21,2012 08:13
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 Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Speaker of the People’s Assembly (PA), has sent the recommendations of the PA Health Committee – which came in the Committee's report on the visit to Tora Prison hospitals and were approved by the majority of PA members – to Counselor Abdel Meguid Mahmoud, the Egyptian Public Prosecutor, to implement said recommendations and to start procedures for transferring the deposed president Mubarak to the Tora Prison Hospital.



The Committee recommended the transfer, in its report presented, Monday, in the PA’s morning session, after the Ministry of Interior was tasked with providing a respirator, and blood gas equipment.

tags: Katatni / Mubarak / People’s Assembly / Health Committee / Tora Prison
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