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Suzanne Mubarak health stable after ‘suspected heart attack’

Officials have to reconsider what to do with ousted president Mubarak’s wife, who, although her health is now stable after a ‘suspected heart attack,’ is supposed to be in jail

Ahram Online, Saturday 14 May 2011
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Suzanne Mubarak, wife of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, is in a stable health ‎condition and the prosecution office will decide where to detain her, said Minister of ‎Health Ashraf Hatem.  ‎
    
Hours after the Illicit Gains Authority had ordered her detention for 15 days on charges of ‎using her status to amass her wealth illegally, Mrs Mubarak was said to have suffered a "suspected heart ‎attack and a sharp increase in blood pressure, which caused her to be moved to the ‎intensive care unit at Sharm El-Sheikh hospital.”‎

Preparations were underway to move her to prison right after the Illicit Gains Authority’s ‎decision, which raised suspicions over her alleged health problem.‎

Suzanne’s husband, Hosni Mubarak, has been remanded to police custody since 13 April at the same hospital in ‎Sharm El-Sheikh after having reportedly suffered a heart attack when he was first ‎questioned.‎

Both of their sons, Alaa and Gamal, are incarcerated in Tora Prison in south Cairo, along with numerous ‎ex-ministers and governmental officials.‎

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