CAIRO (AFP) - A Cairo court on Monday agreed to allow members of ousted president Hosni Mubarak's to run in upcoming polls, overturning a decision by a lower court last week. The Higher Administrative Court ruled in favour of allowing members of Mubarak's now-dissolved National Democratic Party to participate in the country's November legislative polls, the first elections since the end of the strongman's 30-year rule. In April, an Egyptian court dissolved the NDP and ordered its funds and property to be handed to the government. The then ruling party drew much of its loyalty from its function as a patronage machine. With around three million members, the NDP controlled parliament and municipalities.