Mubarak and two of his former ministers, Ahmed Nazif, who served as prime minister, and Habib El-Adly, the interior minister, were collectively fined $77 million for hurting the Egyptian economy, Ahram Online reported. The fine was imposed for an 18-day cut in Internet services during the 2011 demonstrations that led to Mubarak's ouster.
The Supreme Administrative Court scheduled a hearing on the appeal for July 1.
Mubarak won an appeal after being sentenced to life in prison for ordering the killing of protesters. He is currently being tried again.
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