Egypt trials: Mubarak officials' charges and verdicts

High-profile court cases against Mubarak-era officials in the post-revolutionary period.

Defendant Charges Verdict Whereabouts
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, file pic

Hosni Mubarak, former president

  • Conspiring in the murder of protesters in 2011 - case dropped in November 2014
  • Corruption over the sale of gas to Israel at below-market prices - case dropped in November 2014
  • Other corruption - case dropped in November 2014
  • Embezzlement of $18m earmarked for renovation of presidential palaces

Convicted of embezzlement in May 2014 and sentenced to three years in prison

Under house arrest at Maadi Military Hospital, Cairo

Gamal Mubarak

Gamal Mubarak, president's younger son, businessman and ex-ruling party official

  • Corruption - case dropped in November 2014
  • Insider trading on stock exchange
  • Embezzlement of money earmarked for renovation of presidential palaces
  • Convicted of embezzlement in May 2014 and sentenced to four years in prison

Torah Prison, Cairo

Alaa Mubarak

Alaa Mubarak, president's elder son, businessman

  • Corruption - case dropped in November 2014
  • Insider trading on stock exchange
  • Embezzlement of money earmarked for renovation of presidential palaces
  • Convicted of embezzlement in May 2014 and sentenced to four years in prison

Torah Prison, Cairo

Habib al-Adly

Habib al-Adly, former interior minister

  • Conspiring in the murder of protesters in 2011 - case dropped in November 2014
  • Money-laundering and profiteering - case dropped in June 2014
  • Corruption
  • May 2011: Sentenced to 12 years for money-laundering and profiteering
  • Jun 2012: Sentenced to life imprisonment for contributing to the killing of protesters
  • Jul 2012: Sentenced to five years for profiteering
  • May 2013: Retrial over killing of protesters begins
  • March 2014: Retrial for money-laundering and profiteering begins
  • June 2014: Conviction for money-laundering and profiteering overturned

Torah Prison, Cairo

Ahmed Nazif

Ahmed Nazif, former prime minister

  • Profiteering
  • Illegal enrichment
  • One-year suspended jail sentence
  • Three-year jail sentence and fined 9m Egyptian pounds ($1.4m)
File photo of former Egyptian Finance Minister Youssef Boutros Ghali, who is being tried in absentia after fleeing post-revolutionary Egypt

Youssef Boutros-Ghali, former finance minister

  • Corruption
  • Profiteering
  • Jun 2012: Two 15-year sentences in absentia for squandering public money and abuse of power
  • Jul 2012: Sentenced to 10 years for profiteering

Extradition requested from UK

Rachid Mohamed Rachid

Rachid Mohammed Rachid, former trade minister

  • Corruption
  • Profiteering
  • Jun 2012: Sentenced to five years in absentia
  • Sep 2012: Sentenced to another 15 years

Extradition requested from Qatar

Ahmed al-Maghrabi

Ahmed al-Maghrabi, former housing minister

Corruption

  • May 2012: Five-year prison sentence
Anas al-Fekky 2007

Anas al-Fekky, former information minister

Corruption

  • Sep 2012: Sentenced to seven years
  • Jul 2012: Acquitted on separate corruption charges
Zuhair Garranah

Zuhair Garranah, former tourism minister

Corruption

  • May 2012: Sentenced to five years in prison
  • Sep 2012: Sentenced to three years for unlawfully issuing company licences

Torah Prison, Cairo

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Osama al-Sheikh, former head of state TV

Corruption

  • Sep 2012: Sentenced to five years in prison
Hussein Salem

Hussein Salem, business tycoon and Mubarak confidant

  • Fraud and financial speculation relating to Israel gas deal and Red Sea land sale
  • Also faces trial in Spain for money laundering
  • Not guilty. Retrial ordered.

Freed on bail in Spain; Extradition requested

Egyptian steel tycoon Ahmed Ezz (image from 2008)

Ahmed Ezz, steel magnate and ex-ruling party official

  • Wasting public funds and graft
  • Money laundering
  • Sep 2012: Sentenced to 10 years in prison
  • Oct 2012: Sentenced to a further seven years in prison and fined 19.5bn Egyptian pounds (£2bn; $3bn)

Torah Prison, Cairo

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