Sunday, April 10, 2011

Mubarak Breaks 2 Month Silence To Fight 'Lies'

Mubarak Breaks 2 Month Silence To Fight 'Lies'

CAIRO (Reuters) - Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, breaking a two-month silence, said Sunday that accusations of corruption against his family were lies and he had the right to defend his reputation.

In his first public comments since being ousted from power on February 11, Mubarak said information sent to Egypt's public prosecutor would show he owns no financial assets or real estate abroad.

Details of bank accounts owned by his sons Alaa and Gamal would disprove any suspicions of profiteering and illegal gains.

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