The family of the late President Hosni Mubarak is preparing to issue a statement to "resolve the controversy"

Alaa Mubarak, son of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, announced that the family will issue today an important statement on its international judicial procedures.

Alaa Mubarak wrote, through his official account on Twitter: "The family of President Mubarak issues a statement today at 7:00 pm Cairo time on the successful conclusion of all their international judicial procedures."

The Swiss Public Prosecutor had closed the criminal investigation file in the case of Gamal and Alaa Mubarak, sons of former President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, and lifted the freeze imposed on all their financial assets in Switzerland, after investigations that lasted 11 years, according to a statement issued by the office of Ming Halperin Burger Anody, a Swiss lawyer. Mubarak family.

According to a statement, the investigations included professional activities and assets in Switzerland that were disclosed to the Egyptian authorities, and the decision is considered an acquittal for Mubarak's two sons, according to the statement.

Investigations also confirmed that the vast majority of assets arose from the professional activities of Alaa and Gamal in the field of financial advisory services and managing investment funds in international stock markets, especially during the period of exceptional performance of those markets in the nineties, which had nothing to do with Egypt, in addition to fund management activities. Direct investment and investment returns in global financial markets.

In its decision, the Federal Prosecutor's Office confirmed that the investigation, which was held in Switzerland, had not even established a link with any criminal offence.

The Public Prosecutor's Office added that numerous analyzes carried out on bank transactions relating to the defendants' funds in Switzerland had not revealed any suspicious transaction that would make it possible to link assets deposited in Switzerland with a criminal act.

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