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Mohamed Hosni Mubarak

Date of Birth: 4/05/1928
Place of Birth: Kafr-El Meselha, Egypt


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Blue Nile blues

Sharaf’s approach, more conciliatory than ex-President Hosni Mubarak’s, seemed to recognise that the 1929 and 1959 treaties, which give Egypt 85% of the water, were no longer tenable...


Why the Arab Spring worries Luanda

To respond directly to a rumour on the internet, said one observer, suggested some vulnerability in the presidential persona, rattled by the fall of fellow veterans such as Tunisia’s Zine el Abidine Ben Ali and Egypt’s Mohamed Hosni Mubarak...


In command and control

Six weeks after the military eased out President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak after a mass campaign against his regime, the generals are gradually reasserting their grip on Egypt’s political system (AC Vol 52 No 6)...

Supporters of Hosni Mubarak’s younger son, Gamal Mubarak, have resurfaced and formed a coalition on 29 March to seek his election as president and to form a political party...


Ambushing the revolution

Opposition and civic activists believe the changes help the military and allies of the NDP of ousted President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak...

Hosni Mubarak’s wife, Suzanne Thabet Mubarak, has dual Egyptian and British nationality but this exclusion has never been an opposition or civil society demand...


Democracy heads south

It is not just Egypt’s and Libya’s uprisings that scare the NCP; President Hosni Mubarak thought the best way to neutralise Sudan’s Islamists was to ‘contain’ them by engaging with them...


The revolution continues

More importantly politically, he is said to have joined the protestors against President Hosni Mubarak’s regime...


Winners of the wave

President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak’s attempt to turn off the internet failed to stop the revolt...


Dropping the pilot

As everyone – save fearful tyrants – salutes the spectacular courage of Egypt’s young people in driving out President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, the military has emerged as the dominant power in the transition...


Mubarak’s friends sanctioned

Hosni Mubarak’s younger son, Gamal Mubarak, is believed to have made a fortune from opportunities arising from the economic reforms and privatisation that he helped introduce (AC Vol 52 No 3)...

General Mounir Thabet, Hosni Mubarak’s brother-in-law, is accused of running a monopoly on transport of United States military and economic goods to Egypt...


Summitry in a time of revolution

Journalists at the African Union conference centre in Addis Ababa determinedly intruded on private grief as they quizzed the Egyptian Foreign Minister's press officer about just how many more days President Hosni Mubarak would survive in office...


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