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 killing of protesters
  • Abusing power to amass wealth (5-15 years)
  • June 2012: Guilty of conspiring in the killing of protesters, sentenced to life imprisonment
  • Not guilty of corruption
  • Jan 2013: Appeal against conviction upheld
  • May 13: Retrial starts but is adjourned several times
  • August 13: Released from prison on appeal; trial resumes

Under house arrest at Maadi Military Hospital, Cairo

Gamal Mubarak

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

  • Corruption
  • Insider trading on stock exchange; new court hearing yet to be set
  • June 2012: Not guilty of corruption
  • Jan 2013: Retrial on corruption charges ordered
  • Dec 2013: Acquitted of corruption in one case

Torah Prison, Cairo

Alaa Mubarak

Alaa Mubarak, president's elder son, businessman

  • Corruption
  • Insider trading on stock exchange; new court hearing yet to be set
  • June 2012: Not guilty of corruption
  • Jan 2013: Retrial on corruption charges ordered
  • Dec 2013: Acquitted of corruption in one case

Torah Prison, Cairo

Habib al-Adly

Habib al-Adly, former interior minister

  • Ordering the killing of protesters
  • Money-laundering; profiteering
  • Corruption
  • June 2012: Sentenced to life imprisonment for contributing to the killing of protesters
  • May 2012: Sentenced to 12 years for money-laundering and profiteering
  • July 2012: Sentenced to five years for profiteering

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
  • June 2012: Two 15-year sentences in absentia for squandering public money and abuse of power
  • July 2012: Sentenced to 10 years for profiteering

Extradition requested from UK

Rachid Mohamed Rachid

Rachid Mohammed Rachid, former trade minister

  • Corruption
  • Profiteering
  • June 2012: Sentenced to five years in absentia
  • Sept 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

  • Sept 2012: Sentenced to seven years
  • July 2012: Acquitted on separate corruption charges
Zuhair Garranah

Zuhair Garranah, former tourism minister

Corruption

  • May 2012: Sentenced to five years in prison
  • Sept 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

Sept 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
  • Sept 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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