In no more than three days time, ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak will face charges of inciting the deaths of protesters during the revolution that saw his fall from power, Israel Radio reported Monday, citing Egyptian legal sources.
According to the report, Mubarak will also face charges of taking other measures against protesters, including cutting communications, satellites and the internet in Egypt during the revolution against him.
Also on Monday, Egypt's health minister announced that Mubarak's wife, Suzanne, is in stable condition and said there is no reason for her to remain hospitalized, Israel Radio reported. She was hospitalized more than one week ago in Sharm e-Sheikh after experiencing heart pain. Her health troubles began after she was informed that investigators sought to questions her.