Hosni Mubarak tried August 3, 2011, Judiciary deposed leader Hosni Mubarak on corruption charges and ordered police to kill anti-government protesters will begin next week at the Convention Center, Cairo, which ended weeks of speculation about the place.
Egyptian Deputy Minister of Justice said Thursday that the judicial Mubarak, two sons, former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly and six staff will start on 3 August.
Former 83-year-old president and al-Adly face the possibility of the death penalty if found guilty of police deployed against the protesters who toppled them in the throes of 18 days in February. At least 840 people were killed in the revolution.
Both the ousted president's son, Gamal and Alaa, will stand trial on charges of corruption. Their father also faces charges of stealing millions of dollars in state money. All 10 men will appear in the defendant's confinement in the hall of Cairo, which has hundreds of seats for the public. Justice will be open to the public with tight security and broadcast on Egyptian television.
Questions about Mubarak's health has made some people believe that justice will be suspended or held in the resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, where he is being treated.
The Egyptian medical official says Mubarak is weak and would not eat. Rumors about his health have been crowded. Critics suspect that Mubarak's health news is set to block the former leader's trial.
However, Egypt's Minister of Health on Thursday confirmed that Mubarak's health is stable and that he was good enough to be moved to Cairo from Sharm el-Sheikh to be judged.
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