Egypt imposes travel ban on Mubarak''s daughters-in-law, grandsons


Date : 16/06/2011

CAIRO, June 16 (KUNA) -- The Egyptian Justice Ministry on Thursday announced a travel ban on former president Hosni Mubarak's two daughters-in-law and their children.
Assistant Justice Minister and Head of Illicit Gains Authority Assem Al-Johari ordered the ban on Heidi Rasekh and Khadija Al-Gammal, the wives of Mubarak's sons Alaa and Jamal, and their children.
Rasekh and Jammal were interrogated in late April over their wealth and that of the former president, and released after several hours of questioning.
Moreover, Cairo Criminal Court set September 15 as a date for the delivering a verdict in corruption case involving former Trade and Industry Minister Rasheed Mohammad Rasheed, who fled the country; former chairman of the Industry Development Authority Amr Assal and businessmen Ahmad Ezz.
Rasheed and Assal are accused of issuing illegal permissions for Ezz to set up two steel factories by director order in contradiction to the set regulations. (end) rg.ibi KUNA 162232 Jun 11NNNN