CAIRO (AFP) - Ousted Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak cannot be transferred to a military hospital as expected given his poor state of health, the attorney general said on Tuesday citing the interior ministry. Mubarak is under hospital arrest in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh and had been due to be transferred to a military hospital following a medical exam. But the prosecution said it had been informed by Interior Minister Mansur Essawy that Mubaraks health status indicated the need for continuous monitoring which is only available in hospitals with highly skilled personnel and equipment... which does not currently allow his transfer. Mubarak, who was forced to resign on February 11 after 18 days of street protests, suffered from a heart problem that could cause it to suddenly stop, it cited the minister as saying. The 82-year-old has been at an international hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh since April 12. Mubarak is being held in connection with violence against protesters during anti-regime rallies that ended his 30-year grip on power. He is also being questioned on corruption charges.