Suzanne Mubarak Surgery
May 16, 2011 by staff
Former first lady of Egypt suffered a heart attack on Friday after being questioned in a corruption investigation, said Mohamed Al Fatah Allah. She has been treated in the intensive care unit.
The incident occurred shortly after Suzanne Mubarak, was ordered detained for 15 days in a corruption case, the state news agency reported from the Middle East.
Assembly al-Gohary, the deputy justice minister illicit profits Authority ordered his arrest for “illegal acquisition of wealth using the position of her husband and political authority.”
A team of researchers from the authority, a research unit under the Ministry of Justice, had questioned the former president in the same hospital for three hours Thursday in connection “with his political position as president to acquire illegal wealth.”
“Hosni Mubarak, was also questioned about his luxury villa in Sharm el-Sheikh,” said al-Gohary.
Last month, the former president suffered a heart attack during interrogation on charges of possible corruption, Egyptian state television reported.
However, the chief physician of a team from the Ministry of Justice assistance to the disputed question the diagnosis, saying later that the former leader had heart palpitations and was able to walk with assistance.
He was considered stable enough to allow prosecutors to resume questioning at the hospital, the state newspaper Al Ahram.
Mubarak said the investigation is aimed at tarnishing his reputation and his family.
The former first lady had been scheduled to be questioned on Thursday, but investigators postponed the questioning until Friday morning. Asked about the origin of 20 million Egyptian pounds (and 3.4 million dollars) deposited in his name on a local bank account, al-Gohary said.
Both Mubarak were questioned about the accounts in the Bank Al-Ahly, which contains 147 million under its authority, he said.
The Mubarak signed affidavits allowing researchers to investigate bank accounts and wealth within and outside Egypt.
Suzanne Mubarak, 70, was successfully treated for leukemia 10 years ago, said Hanaa Gohar, contact the former first lady last press.
“She was very healthy and very active” before the revolution, Gohar, said.
Hosni Mubarak, a U.S. ally and former military commander, resigned in February after nearly three decades in power amid massive demonstrations calling for his resignation.
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