Hosni Mubarak’s two sons, Alaa and Gamal, will face charges of alleged stock market fraud and manipulation, along with seven other defendants, in a criminal court, according to state-controlled Egyptian TV.

The stock market case relates to the sale of the Al Watany Bank of Egypt.

The two men, along with their father, are already facing a litany of other charges, including official corruption, in a separate ongoing trial.

That case will result in a verdict by a court on June 2.

Hosni Mubarak, whose regime collapsed in February 2011, also faces charges of murder in connection with the killing of anti-government protesters by security officials during the uprising that ultimately brought down his 30-year rule.