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Mubarak denies accusations of ill-gotten wealth

Posted by on April 10, 2011 0 Comment

In his first public address since being ousted as president, Hosni Mubarak offers to assist investigators looking into his wealth and threatens those who accuse him of being corrupt

In a recorded speech played by Al-Arabya News Channel, ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak announced that he is ready to help Egypt’s prosecutor-general in any way to help disclose his personal accounts and assets in country, both home and abroad.

The former president denied all claims that he has accounts outside Egypt, stressing that the only fortune he has is in an Egyptian bank. Mubarak threatened to sue all those who wrongfully accused him of accumulating an illegally gained fortune. Agencies

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