CAIRO - Egypt's judiciary, which is investigating former first lady Suzanne Mubarak for corruption, would be satisfied if she returns some money to the state, the justice minister told Al Arabiya television on Tuesday.
"Should Suzanne Mubarak return money, that would be enough for the judiciary," Mohamed el-Guindy told the satellite news channel in a brief excerpt from an interview.
The wife of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who was overthrown in a popular uprising in February, relinquished some of her assets to the state on Monday, days after anti-corruption authorities ordered her detention.
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