(CAIRO) -- Doctors at the hospital where former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is staying say he is in stable condition after being admitted with heart problems.
The ousted leader was formally detained Wednesday by state prosecutors and he's now expected to be transferred from the Sharm el-Sheikh hospital to a medical facility in Cairo where he's been called into court.
Egyptian state TV says Mubarak and his two sons, Gamal and Alaa, will appear in a Cairo court on Tuesday, April 19. The hearing is believed to be related to the 15-day detention all three have been put under by the prosecutor general. They're being investigated on allegations of corruption, abuse of power and ordering the killings of protesters.
Pro-democracy activists have been demanding Mubarak be put on trial. Many believe if he is not formally charged, another wave of mass protests could break out against the new military government.
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