Former President of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak to face trails The former Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak might be put on trial for the killing of the protestors against his regime and could face death penalty charges. He will also be facing serious corruption charges during his rule. Though the chances of him making it to the court is slim and meek since he was already evading detention successfully. But there is rapid progress in putting other Egyptian leaders behind the bars. Like sentencing the former Tourism Minister to fiver years on various charges of corruption. Various human rights groups are asking for the prosecution of all those who are responsible including the military for the killing of the protestors during the agitations. The present government have ordered probe into the killing of the protestors.