Egypt general prosecutor bans some former ministers from traveling abroad

14:53, February 04, 2011      

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Egyptian general prosecutor Abdel Magid Mahmoud banned three ministers and a senior ruling party official from leaving Egypt on Thursday, according to state TV.

The former ministers of Interior, Housing and Tourism and the National Democratic Party official Ahmad Ezz were ordered to stay in Egypt. Their assets were frozen.

Habib El Adly, former Interior minister and Ezz were included in the black list accused of graft, seizing of and facilitating the seizure of public funds.

Such decisions are effective until the restoration of security and stability in this inflamed crisis after massive demonstrations.

Source: Xinhua
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