Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court is set on Thursday (June 14th) to review the country's political isolation law and its parliamentary election law, AFP reported.
Ahmed Shafiq, Mubarak's last prime minister, is due to face Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi in the June 16-17th presidential election runoff.
Shafiq was initially disqualified because of the political isolation law, which bars top officials who served under former President Hosni Mubarak from running for public office.
But in late April, Egypt's electoral commission accepted an appeal from Shafiq against his disqualification and the case was referred to the court.
At tomorrow's hearing, the court will also examine an appeal by Egypt's supreme administrative court over the constitutionality of aspects of the country's parliamentary election law.
The case deals with the way in which seats are divided between political parties and independents.