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Egypt says bye-bye to images of ousted president Mubarak: court ruling
An emergency court orders images of ousted former president Mubarak and his wife to be removed from all public areas in Egypt
Ahram Online, Thursday 21 Apr 2011
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Officials remove a portrait of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak at the main Cabinet building in Cairo, on Sunday, Feb. 13 2011. (AP Photo)

A Cairo emergency court has ruled that all pictures of ousted president Mubarak and his wife Suzanne Thabet be removed from Egypt’s streets, squares and public institutions.

According to the court ruling, the Egyptian people are now aware of Mubarak’s corruption, making it important to rid the country of the image of control of his 30-year rule.

The court case was filed by lawyer, Samir Sabry.





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