The Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak [Unlink], 83, suffers from cancer in the abdomen after that in March last year a malignant tumor was removed below the bladder, told his lawyer, Mubarak, in a hospital in the resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, "neither eats nor drinks and suffers occasional comma," said the lawyer, Efe reported.Al Mubarak said that Dib was diagnosed with cancer last year under the gallbladder in the German hospital in Heidelberg, "The doctor (Germany) said that (cancer) could come back and now I have been diagnosed in the abdomen," said the lawyer.Mubarak was operated in March 2010 at the University Hospital of Heidelberg in Germany, a team led by Dr. Markus Büchler.The operation sparked rumors in Egypt that the former president had cancer, which was denied by the authorities."We have asked the Attorney General (Abdelmeguid Mahmud) in a formal request to bring his German physician. We hope this will pass," said Al Dib.It is expected that the August 3 trial starts Mubarak and his two sons, Alaa and Gamal, on charges of premeditated murder, attempted murder of protestors during the revolution, influence peddling, willful damage to state funds and illicit enrichment.Asked how it might affect the judicial process of revelation today, Al Dib said that "even a long time" and declined to comment on it."I'm talking about the Egyptian Hosni Mubarak is in serious condition and is dying, and I'm not talking about the president," he said.
At present, Mubarak is in hospital in Sharm el Sheikh, where he moved with his family shortly after resigning on 11 February, to complete a popular uprising against his regime.The exgobernante is entered since last April 12 when he suffered a heart attack during a court interrogation.The next day, the Attorney General ordered the arrest of Mubarak and his sons.On May 28, the former president was sentenced to pay a compensation of 200 million Egyptian pounds (33 million and half dollars) to order the interruption of mobile telephony and the Internet during the protests in January and February forced its resignation.In Cairo's Tora prison, Alaa and Gamal are detained, and several former ministers and leaders of the National Democratic Party, which was headed by Mubarak.