Hosni Mubarak

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Hosni Mubarak

Former Egyptian politician, leader and military commander add

Category: Politics

Born in 1928.

Countries: Egypt (65%), (11%), Syria (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Egyptian Revolution of 2011, Mohamed Morsi, Arab Spring

Linked to: National Democratic Party, Arab League, Organisation of African Unity, El-Ghad Party

 

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Hosni Mubarak was born in 1928 add something


1949

Upon completion of high school, he joined the Egyptian Military Academy, where he received a Bachelor's degree in Military Sciences in 1949 add something


1950

Some time in the 1950s, he returned to the Air Force Academy, this time as an instructor, remaining there until early 1959 add something


1959

From February 1959 to June 1961, Mubarak undertook further training in the Soviet Union, attending a Soviet pilot training school in Moscow and another at Kant Air Base, near Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan , an airfield that is today home to the Russian 5th Air Army's 999th Air Base add something


1964

Mubarak undertook training on the Ilyushin Il-28 and Tupolev Tu-16 jet bomber, and joined the Frunze Military Academy in 1964 add something


1966

On his return to Egypt, Mubarak served in wing and base commander appointments, taking up command of the Cairo West Air Base in October 1966 before briefly commanding the Beni Suef Air Base add something


1967

In November 1967, Mubarak became the Air Force Academy's commander when he was credited with doubling the number of pilots and navigators in the Air Force during the pre-October War years add something


1971

Hussein el-Shafei - Anwar Sadat appointed el-Shafei as vice-president of Egypt's new government in 1971 and he was succeeded by Hosni Mubarak in April 1975


1972

Before he entered politics, Mubarak was a career officer in the Egyptian Air Force, serving as its commander from 1972 to 1975 and rising to the rank of air chief marshal add something

 

Mubarak became Commander of the Air Force and Egyptian Deputy Minister of Defence in 1972 add something


1973

In the following year his military career reached its pinnacle when he was promoted to Air Chief Marshal in recognition of service during the October War of 1973 add something

 

Mubarak was credited in some publications for Egypt's initial strong performance in the 1973 war against Israel add something

 

She alleged that Mubarak exaggerated his role in the 1973 war add something

 

The Egyptian analyst Mohamed Hassanein Heikal gave a different evaluation of the role of the Air Force in 1973 from that of Mubarak and his supporters add something

 

Ahmed Shafik - During the 1973 October War, Shafik was a senior fighter pilot under Hosni Mubarak's command


1975

Mubarak was appointed Vice President of Egypt in 1975, and assumed the presidency on 14 October 1981, following the assassination of President Anwar El Sadat add something

 

In April 1975, Mubarak was appointed by Sadat as Vice President of Egypt add something

 

Mubarak's political significance as Vice-President can be seen from the fact that at a conversation held on 23 June 1975 between Foreign Minister Fahmy and US Ambassador Hermann Eilts, Fahmy said to Eilts that "Mobarek is, for the time being at least, likely to be a regular participant in all sensitive meetings" and he advised the Ambassador not to antagonize Mubarak, as he was Sadat's personal choice add something

 

As part of his support for Sadat's policies, he went in early September 1975 on a mission to Riyadh , and Damascus to convince the Saudi Arabian, and Syrian governments to accept the disengagement agreement signed with the Israeli government , but was refused a meeting by the Syrian President, Hafez Al-Assad add something


1977

Hussein Salem - Salem returned to Egypt following his business ventures in the UAE. In addition to his history with the Egyptian government, he had established relations with highly influential figures in Egypt by appointing their sons or relatives to positions in his company in the UAE. In late 1977, not long after arriving in Egypt, he met Hosni Mubarak whom Sadat appointed Vice President in 1975


1978

Sufi Abu Taleb - He served as Speaker of the People's Assembly from 1978 to 1983 and, upon the assassination of Anwar El Sadat on 6 October 1981, assumed the duties of Acting head of state, as which he served for eight days until the accession of Hosni Mubarak


1980

Throughout the 1980s Mubarak increased the production of affordable housing, clothing, furniture, and medicine add something

 

Cairo Electric Railways and Heliopolis Oases Company - In the 1980s, which marks the beginning of the Mubarak regime, the Heliopolis Palace Hotel was declared the headquarters of the new presidential administration, after becoming the location of various government departments for over 10 years


1981

He served as the fourth President of Egypt from 1981 to 2011 add something

 

During the assassination of President Sadat in October 1981 by soldiers led by Lieutenant Khalid Islambouli, Mubarak was one of the injured add something

 

As author Chafetz in "The Search for the Lost Army" points out, on 7 October 1981, a photograph appeared on the front page of The New York Times, above the story reporting Sadat's assassination add something

 

Osama El-Baz - Following Sadat's assassination in 1981, Egypt's new president Hosni Mubarak took El-Baz as an advisor

 

Abd al-Hamid Kishk - He was arrested again in 1981 shortly before Sadat's assassination, but was released by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in 1982 under the condition that he end his career as a public activist

 

Hussein Salem - Sadat was assassinated in 1981 and was succeeded, later that year, by his vice president Hosni Mubarak who Salem had befriended and worked with in previous years


1984

Fouad Serageddin - When President Hosni Mubarak allowed the Wafd to emerge from a prolonged period of dormancy in 1984, Serageddin proved a skilful political operator given the limits imposed on a divided and decimated opposition, and made the Al-Wafd newspaper an instant success through its Asfoura column exposés of corruption and mismanagement


1986

Omar Suleiman - A leading figure in Egypt's intelligence system beginning in 1986, Suleiman was appointed to the long-vacant Vice Presidency by President Hosni Mubarak on 29 January 2011


1987

In 1987 Mubarak won election to a second six-year term add something


1990

Ihsan Abdel Quddous - Shortly after his death in 1990, the incumbent Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak honored him with an Order of the Republic of the First Class


1991

Gulf War - Egypt was a member of the allied coalition in the 1991 Gulf War, and Egyptian infantry were some of the first to land in Saudi Arabia to evict Iraqi forces from Kuwait add something


1992

Awn Alsharif Qasim - He was awarded the Egyptian prestigious First Class Golden Award for scientific achievements in 1992 by Egyptian President Muhammad Husni Mubarak

 

Warith Deen Mohammed - In 1992, 1992, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt honored Warith Deen Mohammed with "The Gold Medal of Recognition" for his religious work in the United States

 

Wael Khalil - Wael Khalil joined the Revolutionary Socialists in 1992 but left them in 2011 after Hosni Mubarak resignation by few weeks


1994

Hassaballah El Kafrawy - In 1994, following his resignation, President Hosni Mubarak awarded him the Order of Honor The "Nile Wishah", the highest Egyptian order


1995

In June 1995 there was an alleged assassination attempt involving noxious gases and Egyptian Islamic Jihad while he was in Ethiopia for a conference of the Organization of African Unity add something

 

Omar Suleiman - In 1995, he is said to have insisted that President Mubarak ride in an armored car during a visit to Ethiopia

 

Vanguards of Conquest - In June 1995, they launched a failed attack against President Hosni Mubarak

 

Khalid Islambouli - Islambouli's younger brother Showqi Al-Islambouli came close to assassinating the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on 22 June 1995 on the way from Addis Ababa International Airport to an African summit in the city


1996

Warith Deen Mohammed - In 1996 he was invited to Egypt by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to address the Supreme Council of Affairs in Cairo on the theme "Islam and the Future of Dialogue between Civilizations"

 

Muhammad Sayyid Tantawy - In 1996, president Hosni Mubarak appointed him as the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, a position he retained until his death in 2010

 

Muhammad Sayyid Tantawy - He held this position for almost ten years, until he was appointed Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Mosque and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar University by the President of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, on 27 March 1996


1999

Upon his return, Mubarak is said to have authorized bombings on Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya settlements, which by 1999 had seen 20,000 persons placed in detention related to the revolutionary Islamic organizations add something

 

He was reportedly injured by a knife-wielding assailant in Port Said in September 1999 add something

 

Idris Ali - Also notable is his novel "The Explosion of the Skull" which won the Best Egyptian Novel award in 1999 and led to his meeting President Hosni Mubarak

 

Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (Egypt) - In September 1999, Former President Hosni Mubarak announced the inauguration of a national program to develop the information and communication technology sector in Egypt


2003

Iraq War - President Mubarak spoke out against the 2003 Iraq War, arguing that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict should have been resolved first add something


2005

In 2005 Freedom House, a non-governmental organization that conducts research into democracy, reported that the Egyptian government under Mubarak expanded bureaucratic regulations, registration requirements, and other controls that often feed corruption add something

 

In exchange, Hamas expected the blockade to end, commerce in Gaza to resume, and truck shipments to be restored to 2005 levels, which was between 500 and 600 trucks per day add something

 

The conviction of Dr. Nour, the runner-up in Egypt's 2005 presidential elections, calls into question Egypt's commitment to democracy, freedom and the rule of law add something

 

After increased domestic and international pressure for democratic reform in Egypt, Mubarak asked the parliament on 26 February 2005 to amend the constitution to allow multi-candidate presidential elections by September 2005 add something

 

On 28 July 2005, Mubarak announced his candidacy, as he had been widely expected to do add something

 

The September 2005 ballot was, therefore, a multiple candidate election rather than a referendum, but the electoral institutions, and security apparatus remain under the control of the President add something

 

The election which was scheduled for 7 September 2005 involved mass rigging activities, according to civil organizations that observed the elections add something

 

On 8 September 2005, Ayman Nour, a dissident and candidate for the El-Ghad Party , contested the election results, and demanded a repeat of the election add something

 

In a move widely seen as political persecution, Nour was convicted of forgery and sentenced to five years at hard labor on 24 December 2005 add something

 

Ayman Nour - Ayaman Nour was the first man to ever compete against former President Hosni Mubarak for the presidency of Egypt in 2005

 

Farouk Hosny - In 2005, Hosny tendered his resignation to President Hosni Mubarak in the wake of the Beni Suef Cultural Palace fire, in which 48 spectators were killed and more injured

 

Shayfeencom - Their work began in 2005, after President Hosni Mubarak announced that for the first time in 24 years the upcoming elections would allow for multiparty participation, sparking demonstrations by Egyptians who denounced this move as a sham


2006

Misr Spinning and Weaving Company - Large protests and strikes at Misr Helwan since 2006 contributed to the collapse of the Mubarak government, the 2011 Egyptian revolution, and the Arab Spring more generally

 

Ayman Nour - In February 2006, Rice visited Hosni Mubarak yet never spoke Nour's name publicly


2007

In July 2007, the Arab League sent a mission, consisting of the Jordanian and Egyptian foreign ministers, to Israel to promote the initiative add something

 

Economy of Egypt - With respect to nuclear energy, Egypt's last president, Hosni Mubarak on 29 October 2007, a few days before the Egyptian ruling party's annual conference, proudly gave the go-ahead for building several nuclear power plants


2008

Suzanne Mubarak - In March 2008, Egyptian journalist Ibrahim Eissa was arrested for reporting on Hosni Mubarak's health problems in August 2007

 

Misr Spinning and Weaving Company - The company's failed 6 April 2008 strike inspired Egypt's April 6 Youth Movement that ultimately played a significant role in Egypt's Arab Spring and the collapse of the Mubarak government

 

Mustafa Khalil - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak attended Khalil's funeral, which was held on June 9, 2008

 

Al-Dustour (Egypt) - On October 6, 2008, Mubarak announced that he would pardon Eissa, the first time that such a pardon had been issued in the history of the modern Egyptian press


2009

In 2009, Mubarak's government banned the Cairo Anti-war Conference, which had criticised his lack of action against Israel add something

 

In 2009, US Ambassador Margaret Scobey reported uncertainty regarding presidential succession, stating "Despite incessant whispered discussions, no one in Egypt has any certainty about who will eventually succeed Mubarak nor under what circumstances add something

 

Mubarak is ranked 20th on "Parade Magazine"'s 2009 World's Worst Dictators list add something

 

Zahi Hawass - At the end of 2009 he was promoted personally by President Hosni Mubarak to the post of Vice Minister of Culture

 

Mohamed ElBaradei - ElBaradei's name has been circulated by opposition groups since 2009 as a possible candidate to succeed President Hosni Mubarak in Egypt's highest executive position

 

Avigdor Lieberman - During a meeting with Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman in April 2009, Lieberman made an attempt at an apology, expressing his respect and appreciation for Egypt's leading role in the region and his personal respect for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Minister Suleiman"


2010

In 2010, Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index report assessed Egypt with a CPI score of 3,1, based on perceptions of the degree of corruption from business people and country analysts, with 10 being very clean and 0 being highly corrupt add something

 

In July of 2010, the media speculated "Egypt is on the cusp of dramatic change", because Mubarak was thought to be afflicted by cancer, and because of the scheduled 2011 presidential election add something

 

Saad Eddin Ibrahim - In view of persistent reports of the failing health of Hosni Mubarak, growing tensions over presidential succession in Egypt and upcoming October, 2010 elections for the Majlis al-Sha'ab , supporters of Ibrahim were concerned about his safety

 

Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - There was talk, however, of Gamal being "elected"; with Hosni Mubarak's presidential term set to expire in 2010 there was speculation Gamal would run as the NDP party's candidate in 2011

 

Wael Khalil - In September 2010 Khalil reported on an altered photograph in Al-Ahram in which editors had changed the position of president Hosni Mubarak from the back of a row of heads of state to the front


2011

The National Democratic Party of Egypt continued to state that Hosni Mubarak was to be the party's only candidate to the 2011 Presidential Elections add something

 

Mass protests against Mubarak and his regime erupted in Cairo and other Egyptian cities on 25 January 2011 add something

 

On 25 January 2011, protests against Mubarak and his government erupted in Cairo and around Egypt calling for Mubarak's resignation add something

 

After his February 2011 resignation, Egypt's ambassador to the United States Sameh Shoukry reported that his personal sources said Mubarak "is possibly in somewhat of bad health", while several Egyptian and a Saudi Arabian newspapers reported that Mubarak was near death and in a coma add something

 

In February 2011, Voice of America reported that Egypt's top prosecutor had ordered a travel ban and an asset freeze for Mubarak and his family, as he considered further action add something

 

In an interview with the Egyptian independent newspaper Almasry Alyoum , El-Shazli claimed that Mubarak altered documents to take credit for the initial success of the Egyptian forces in 1973 from her father add something

 

In a state televised broadcast on 1 February 2011, Mubarak announced that he would not seek re-election in September but would like to finish his current term and promised constitutional reform add something

 

Mubarak declared on 1 February 2011 that he had no intention to run in the presidential race at the end of 2011 add something

 

On 12 February 2011, the government of Switzerland announced that it was freezing the Swiss bank accounts of Mubarak and his family add something

 

On 20 February 2011, the Egyptian Prosecutor General ordered the freezing of Mubarak's assets and the assets of his wife Suzanne, his sons Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, and his daughters-in-law Heidi Rasekh and Khadiga Gamal add something

 

On 21 February 2011 the Egyptian Military Council, which was temporarily given the presidential authorities following the 25 January 2011 Revolution, declared no objection to a trial of Mubarak on charges of corruption add something

 

On 28 February 2011, the General Prosecutor of Egypt issued an order prohibiting Mubarak and his family from leaving Egypt add something

 

On 12 April 2011, it was reported that Mubarak had been hospitalized after suffering a heart attack during questioning over possible corruption charges add something

 

On 13 April 2011, a prosecutor originally appointed by Mubarak ordered the former president and both his sons to be detained for 15 days of questioning about allegations of corruption and abuse of power amidst growing suspicion that the Egyptian military was more aligned with the Mubaraks than with the revolution add something

 

On 24 May 2011, Mubarak was ordered to stand trial on charges of premeditated murder of peaceful protestors during the 2011 Egyptian revolution and, if convicted, could face the death penalty add something

 

In June 2011, Mubarak's lawyer Farid el-Deeb disclosed that his client "has stomach cancer, and the cancer is growing add something

 

On 13 July 2011, unconfirmed reports stated that Mubarak had slipped into a coma at his residence after giving his final speech, and on 17 July, el-Deeb confirmed the reports add something

 

On 26 July 2011, Mubarak was reported to be depressed and refusing solid food while in the hospital being treated for a heart condition and in custody awaiting trial add something

 

The trial of Hosni Mubarak and his two sons, Ala'a and Gamal, along with former interior minister Habib el-Adly and six former top police officials began on 3 August 2011 at a temporary criminal court at the Police Academy in north Cairo add something

 

The trial began again in December 2011 and lasted until January 2012 add something

 

Talaat Sadat - Egyptian Revolution 2011 - Following the Egyptian Revolution 2011, even though he was in demonstrations calling for dissolution of the National Democratic Party for its corruption of Egyptian political life, he was selected as the party's new chairman following the resignation of Former Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak from the party

 

Al-Wasat Party - Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - The court's ruling was handed down in the wake of the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, and made al-Wasat the first new party to gain official status after the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak

 

Hugo Chavez - As the Arab Spring erupted across North Africa and the Middle East in 2011, Chavez openly criticised those leaders who had been backed by the U.S., such as Egypt's Hosni Mubarak, but at the same time championed those who had adhered to Arab socialist ideals, such as Syria's Bashar al-Assad, whom he called "a humanist and a brother" in spite of Assad's government's violent crackdown on protesters.

 

Ziad Bahaa-Eldin - Following the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak in 2011, he was one of the founders of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party and was a member of parliament

 

Arab Spring - Hosni Mubarak and his former interior minister Habib al-Adli were convicted to life in prison on the basis of their failure to stop the killings during the first six days of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution

 

Ibrahim Mahlab - Mahlab was a member of the Policies Committee of the National Democratic Party, the ruling party that was dissolved after the 2011 ouster of President Hosni Mubarak

 

Sinai insurgency - With Israel approval, in 2011 Egypt send additional 2,500 troops and 250 armored personnel, with helicopters as part of Operation Eagle, a mission to provide security during the power transition from then-recently fallen Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak

 

Israa Abdel Fattah - Esraa Abdel Fattah reappeared again during the January 2011 nationwide protests in Egypt, that called for the end of Hosni Mubarak's regime

 

Sinai insurgency - Following the January 2011 uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak's regime, the country became increasingly destabilized, creating security vacuum in the Sinai peninsula

 

Ali Gomaa - Ali Gomaa made several public statements in relation to the massive uprising that began on January 25, 2011 and lead to the stepping down of former Egyptian president Muhammad Hosni Mubarak on February 11, 2011

 

Tamer Hosny - On January 25, 2011, demonstrations spread across Egypt and ultimately forced Hosni Mubarak to cede power to the military

 

Curfew - On 28 January 2011, and following the collapse of the police system, President Hosni Mubarak declared a country-wide military enforced curfew

 

Kharabeesh - Between January 30, 2011 and February 1, 2011, Kharabeesh released two animated shorts depicting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak addressing the Egyptian people following the ousting of Tunisian President Ben Ali

 

Zahi Hawass - He was appointed Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs, a newly created cabinet post, by Mubarak on January 31, 2011 as part of a cabinet shakeup during the 2011 Egyptian protests

 

Ahmed Shafik - He was appointed as Prime Minister by President Hosni Mubarak on 31 January 2011 in response to the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, making him the last Prime Minister to serve as part of Mubarak's administration

 

Mahmoud Wagdy - He was appointed by president Hosni Mubarak on January 31, 2011

 

Youssef Boutros Ghali - On 31 January 2011, as part of Hosni Mubarak's responses to the 2011 Egyptian protests, Boutros-Ghali was replaced as Minister of Finance by Samir Radwan

 

Al-Dustour (Egypt) - At the time of Mubarak's departure , Al-Dostor was the fifth largest daily newspaper in Egypt, with a daily edition selling 45,0000 and weekly edition selling 85,000 copies

 

Ahmed El Maghrabi - In early February 2011 Maghrabi was accused of wasting public money and seizing state land following a cabinet purge by President Hosni Mubarak

 

Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - The 25th Revolution and the fall of former Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, in February 2011 ushered a new era of Arts that reflects new social and political environment

 

Misr Spinning and Weaving Company - The "World Socialist Web Site" has argued that the strike called by Misr Helwan workers in the early days of February 2011 prevented further compromise between government and opposition groups, contributing to Mubarak's departure

 

Official state car - The presidential state car in Egypt used by Hosni Mubarak until February 2011 was a black armored Mercedes-Benz S-Class

 

Supreme Council of the Armed Forces - During the course of the 2011 revolution, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces met first on 9 February 2011 under the chairmanship of Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak

 

Omar Suleiman - According to an interview with the Egyptian ambassador to the United States on 10 February 2011, Omar Suleiman became the de facto President of Egypt after President Mubarak transferred his power to Suleiman

 

Martial law - On 10 February 2011, the ex-president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, promised the deletion of the relevant constitutional article that gives legitimacy to State of Emergency in an attempt to please the mass number of protesters that demanded him to resign

 

June 2013 Egyptian protests - Amid growing anger towards the regime, President Hosni Mubarak, whose reign was marked by increasing corruption and authoritarianism, resigned on 11 February 2011 following 18 days of mass protests that marked the beginning of a new era of political instability in Egypt

 

Supreme Council of the Armed Forces - As a consequence of the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, SCAF took the power to govern Egypt from its departing President Hosni Mubarak on 11 February 2011, and relinquished power on 30 June 2012 upon the start of Mohamed Morsi's term as President

 

Mohamed Morsi - He succeeded Hosni Mubarak, who left the office of the President of Egypt vacant after being forced to resign on 11 February 2011

 

Mohamed Hussein Tantawi - He was the commander-in-chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces and, as Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, was the de facto head of state from the ouster of Hosni Mubarak on February 11, 2011, to the inauguration of Mohamed Morsi as President of Egypt on June 30, 2012

 

Arab Spring - In Egypt, President Hosni Mubarak resigned on 11 February 2011 after 18 days of massive protests, ending his 30-year presidency

 

Mohamed Hussein Tantawi - On February 11, 2011 when President Hosni Mubarak resigned, after 18 days of protests from the Egyptian people, he transferred authority to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, headed by Tantawi

 

Lara Logan - On 15 February 2011, CBS News released a statement that Logan had been beaten and sexually assaulted on 11 February, while covering the celebrations in Tahrir Square following Hosni Mubarak's resignation

 

Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement - The organization observed the referendum on the constitutional amendments in March 2011 and plans to observe the elections that will take place in 2011 following the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak and the dissolution of parliament

 

Zahi Hawass - His resignation as Minister on March 3, 2011 and his re-appointment to the Ministry on March 30, 2011 have been seen as part of the overall events surrounding Mubarak's resignation

 

Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - On 24 May 2011, it was announced that Egypt's ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his two sons Gamal and Alaa are to be tried over the deaths of anti-government protesters in the revolution that began on 25 January


2012

On 2 June 2012, Mubarak was found guilty of not putting a stop to the killing of protesters by the Egyptian security forces and sentenced to life imprisonment add something

 

On 2 June 2012, Mubarak was reported as having suffered a health crisis on being transported to prison after his conviction on the charges of complicity in the killing of protestors add something

 

On 2 June 2012, Mubarak was sentenced to life imprisonment by an Egyptian court add something

 

On 27 December 2012, Mubarak was taken from Torah Prison to a military hospital after falling and breaking a rib add something

 

Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - "'23 and 24 May 2012"': First round of voting in Egypt's first presidential election after Hosni Mubarak was deposed by the Egyptian revolution

 

Habib el-Adly - In June 2012, el-Adly, along with deposed President Hosni Mubarak, was found guilty of conspiring to kill protestors during the uprising and was sentenced to life in prison

 

Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - "'2 June 2012"': Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his former interior minister Habib al-Adli were convicted to life on prison on the basis of their failure to stop the killings during the first six days of the 2011 Egyptian revolution

 

Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - On 2 June 2012, Hosni Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison for the death of at least some of the protesters

 

Muslim Brotherhood - On the verdict that was announced for the former president Hosni Mubarak on 2 June 2012, a life sentence for complicity in the killings of protesters, the party made outspoken comments about it being too light, and actively engaged in action as a response

 

Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - "'16 and 17 June 2012"': Second round of voting in Egypt's first presidential election after Hosni Mubarak was deposed by the Egyptian revolution

 

Mohamed Morsi - On 24 June 2012, the election commission announced that Morsi won Egypt's presidential runoff against Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister under deposed leader Hosni Mubarak

 

Mohamed Morsi - Morsi attended the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa from 15 to 16 July 2012; this was the first visit to Ethiopia by Egypt's president in 17 years since the attempted assassination of Hosni Mubarak in June 1995


2013

In 2013, Ruquya told Al Arabiya that "about one year to one in-a-half years before the assassination of my father, there were reports of a conspiracy to overthrow him and it was Israeli intelligence who informed my father add something

 

In January 2013, an appeals court overturned his life sentence, and ordered a retrial add something

 

As of 12 January 2013, he is still in the military hospital add something

 

Mubarak returned to court on May 11, 2013 for a retrial on charges of complicity in the murder of protesters add something

 

On 11 May 2013, he told "El-Watan" in his first media appearance since his ouster said: "History will judge and I am still certain that the coming generations will view me fairly add something

 

On 21 August 2013, Cairo court ordered his release add something

 

Wednesday 21 August 2013, Egyptian court orders Hosni Mubarak's release from prison add something


2014

On 21 May 2014 while awaiting his retrial, Mubarak, along with his two sons Gamal and Alaa, was convicted on an embezzlement charge, and sentenced to three years in prison add something

 

In a new development, on 19 June 2014, Mubarak slipped in the bathroom at the military hospital in Cairo where he is being held and broke his left leg, fracturing his left thighbone, requiring surgery, while serving a three year sentence for corruption add something

 

In November 2014, conspiracy to kill charges were dismissed by the Cairo Criminal Court on a technicality add something

 

On 29 November 2014, Egypt's Northern Cairo Criminal Court acquitted Mubarak, his sons and his Minister of Interior of all murder and corruption charges add something


2015

On 13 January 2015, Egypt's Court of Cassation overturned Mubarak's and his sons' embezzlement charges, the last remaining conviction against him, and ordered a retrial add something

 

On 15 April 2015 Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Hassan Shoukri announced on his Twitter account that Mubarak had died and that the official note will be released by the President "in next few minutes" add something

 

A retrial on the corruption charges led to a conviction and sentencing to three years in prison in May 2015 for Mubarak, with four-year terms for his sons, Gamal and Alaa add something

 

On retrial, Mubarak and his sons were convicted on 9 May 2015 of corruption and given prison sentences add something

 

Mubarak is detained in a military hospital and his sons were freed 12 October 2015 by a Cairo court add something


2016

In April 2016, Alaa Mubarak was named in the Panama Papers add something


2017

He was acquitted on 2 March 2017 by Court of Cassation, Egypt's top appeals court add something

 

He was subsequently released on 24 March 2017 add something