Prosecutor General


Ghozlan: Tahrir Square Clashes Unfortunate; Muslim Brotherhood in Courthouse Protests

Muslim Brotherhood’s Mahmoud Ghozlan condemns dramatic Tahrir Square Friday events and calls for unity against the renewed threat of old regime stalwarts endeavoring to derail the revolution and undermine the

Egypt – Cleaning Up in the Aftermath of the Revolution

Just as Egypt starts to return to calm, ousted Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, who was toppled from power two months ago, defended himself before the nation on Sunday.

Mubarak may be sent to prison if corruption charges stand true

Sources close to the office of the top Prosecutor General have confirmed that the deposed Mubarak is expected to be questioned in connection with a host of charges including corruption.

Prosecutor General forms committee to investigate complaints against Netanyahu

Egypt ’s Prosecutor General Abdel Magid Mahmoud agreed to form a committee to commence an investigation to complaints made by politicians and activists concerning the attack on Freedom Flotilla on

15 day detention order for Nasr and his companions.

Prosecutor General orders a 15 day detention order to Dr Ossama Nasr and his colleagues who were arrested last Thursday in Beheira.

Prosecutor orders elimination of Russian wheat in Daqahlia

The Prosecutor General’s office in Daqahalia governorate announced on Saturday its decision to eliminate parts of a Russian wheat shipment which was stored by the Central Administration for Seed Certification.

Engineers file complaints to the Prosecutor General demanding explanations.

The "Engineers against sequestering" committee decided to file appeals to the Prosecutor General in Cairo requesting the investigation of the squandering of the syndicates funds,

Dakahleya: Lawyers subjected to intimidation and harassment file complaints.

Lawyers in Dakahleya have united in open solidarity protesting to the offensive treatment of the lawyers by the Prosecutor General.

Numbers rise with 5 detentions, 8 appeals and one release.

Prosecutors in Qena issued a detention order to five members of the Muslim Brotherhood movement who were arrested last week. State security raided their houses confiscating much of their personal