“Should Suzanne Mubarak return money, that would be enough for the judiciary,” Mohamed el-Guindy told the satellite news channel in a brief excerpt from an interview.
The wife of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who was overthrown in a popular upring in February, relinquished some of her assets to the state on Monday, days after anti-corruption authorities ordered her detention.
She returned a Cairo villa and gave authorities the power of attorney to withdraw up to 20 million Egyptian pounds, which authorities said she held, from two bank accounts, official state news agency MENA said.
Suzanne Mubarak, who has denied charges that she abused her husband’s influence for unlawful personal gain, was admitted to hospital on Friday after suffering symptoms of a heart attack. Reuters