The high court has appointed a third trial of the former Prime Minister of Egypt Ahmad Nazif, who in July of 2015, during the follow-up process in the case, was found guilty of corruption.
Nazif was sentenced to five years imprisonment, two and a half of which he served while on remand. He also had to pay compensation in the amount of 48 million Egyptian pounds.
Thus, the court allowed the appeal of the retired policy on the decision of the criminal court of Cairo. A new trial must start on February 3.
Note that re-investigation is going many cases involving representatives of the regime of Hosni Mubarak. Usually they complete a release of liability or an admission that the defendant has already served his sentence.