CAIRO (AFP) - Egypt’s justice ministry ordered the freezing of assets of Mubarak-era PM Ahmed Shafiq, who faces trial for alleged corruption, state media reported. The order, which comes from the ministry’s Illicit Gains Authority, also applies to Shafiq’s three daughters. “The decision comes as part of ongoing investigations into allegations that Shafiq illegally acquired his wealth,” Justice Ministry spokesman Ahmed Roshdy Sallam was quoted as saying by the MENA news agency. Shafiq - the last premiere to serve under toppled president Hosni Mubarak - narrowly lost a June presidential election to Mursi. He faces trial on Dec 2 over accusations of corruption when he headed various aviation state agencies.