An Egyptian court has decreed that the names of deposed President Hosni Mubarak and his wife Suzanne should be removed from all public places.

The Mubarak’s name appears on hundreds of public squares, streets, libraries and schools across the country. Portraits of the ex-president have already been taken down at various institutions and buildings.

It has become clear that the size of the corruption that's being uncovered every day exceeds by far anyone's imagination, said Judge Mohammed Hassan Omar.

BBC reported that there are suggestions that streets originally named after Mubarak be renamed in honor of protesters who were killed in the earlier protests.

Mubarak, now 82, is reportedly in a military hospital in the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on the Red Sea coast.

He and his sons are under arrest and facing charges of corruption.

Mubarak reportedly suffered a heart attack recently when answering questions by a state prosecutor. He will again have to respond to charges that he and his family embezzled billions of dollars and also ordered security forces to shoot demonstrators during the anti-government protests that ultimately forced him to resign as leader of Egypt.

Almost 900 people died during the anti-Mubarak riots and many thousands more were injured.

The Mena news agency of Egypt stated today that Mubarak health is unstable.