Egypt: General Prosecutor Decides Banning 26 Members of Former Regime From Travel, Freezing Their Fund

General Prosecutor Talaat Abdullah Saturday issued decisions to freeze funds and assets of 26 symbols of the former regime and impose a travel ban against them pending investigations conducted by the Supreme Public Funds Prosecution.

The list includes Ibrahim Nafie, Morsi Attallah, Abdel-Moneim Said, Salah el-Ghemari who served as former board chairmen of Al-Ahram, former president Hosni Mubarak, his sons Alaa and Gamal, Suzanne Saleh Moustafa Thabet, the wife of the former president, Heidi Magdi Rasekh, the wife of Alaa Mubarak, and Khadeiga Mahmoud el-Gammal, the wife of Gamal Mubarak.

The list includes former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif, former chief of presidential cabinet Zakaria Azmi, former speaker of the Shura Council Safwat el-Sherif, former speaker of the People's Assembly Ahmed Fathi Sorour, former state minister of legal affairs and parliamentary councils Moufeed Shehab and former minister of finance Youssef Boutros Ghali (fugitive).

The list also includes former health minister Hatem el-Gabali, former interior minister Habib el-Adli, former secretary general of the People's Assembly Sami Mahran, former chief editor of Rose al-Youssef Abdullah Kamal and former board chairman of Akhbar Al Youm Mohamed Ahdi Fadel.

Sami Saad Zaghloul Abdel-Shafie, Youssri Mohamed Zaki el-Sheikh, who served as former head of the office of of the People's Assembly speaker, Abul-Wafaa Hussein Rashwan, Abu-Taleb Mahmoud Abu-Taleb and Ali Hashem are also on the list.

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