There is no place for the corrupt … Royal orders and wise decisions to purge the state apparatus

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Leadership decisions do not differentiate between a prince and a minister and aim to stop the bleeding and waste of government resources


Day after day, the Kingdom’s leadership confirms that there is no place for the corrupt in the new Saudi Arabia, where strict royal orders were issued without distinguishing between a prince or a minister, or whatever his position in the state or his position is.

The political leadership in the Kingdom believes that the reform path in the state apparatus cannot be completed without cleansing it of the corrupt, transgressors, negligent and negligent.

The leadership also aims to create a work environment that elevates the public interest and pushes the state’s developmental programs forward from those seeking illicit gain through their influential positions.

On the other hand, the Anti-Corruption Commission works according to a decisive directive from the wise leadership to fight corruption at all levels.

The authority works with direction at the highest levels to stop the bleeding and misuse of government resources. Because it is the biggest obstacle to development.

The Authority’s role and its work comfortably comes as a result of the great support it receives from the wise leadership to protect integrity and combat corruption in the bodies covered by the authority’s mandate to create a work environment in these agencies that is characterized by integrity, transparency, honesty, justice and equality.

It is no secret to anyone that corruption has negative effects on the economy and investment, hindering the development process, frustrating the state’s efforts, and wasting its financial resources. Instead of directing them to tangible services to citizens, they turn into the pockets of the corrupt, and their bank balances.

Corruption damages countries’ international reputation, impedes investors from practicing their business, and contributes to the flight of capital abroad, and the reluctance of international investors to invest at home due to bureaucracy, bribes, and financial and administrative corruption in all its forms.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued today a royal order to terminate the service of Lieutenant General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, commander of the joint forces, to refer him to retirement while referring him to investigation, as well as exempt Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, deputy governor of the region Al-Jawf from his post, referred to investigation.

The royal order also included the referral of 1 – Yusuf bin Rakan bin Hindi Al-Otaibi, 2 – Muhammad bin Abdul Karim bin Muhammad Al-Hassan, 3 – Faisal bin Abdulrahman bin Muhammad Al-Ajlan, and 4 Muhammad bin Ali bin Muhammad Al-Khalifa for investigation.

The royal order comes based on what was monitored of suspicious financial dealings in the Ministry of Defense and a request for investigation, and what was raised by the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority about the existence of financial corruption in the ministry, and its connection with Lieutenant General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd bin Turki Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and a number of officers and civil servants and others.

There is no place for the corrupt … Royal orders and wise decisions to purge the state apparatus and put them on the right track

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Day after day, the Kingdom’s leadership confirms that there is no place for the corrupt in the new Saudi Arabia, where strict royal orders were issued without distinguishing between a prince or a minister, or whatever his position in the state or his position is.

The political leadership in the Kingdom believes that the reform path in the state apparatus cannot be completed without cleansing it of the corrupt, transgressors, negligent and negligent.

The leadership also aims to create a work environment that elevates the public interest and pushes the state’s developmental programs forward from those seeking illicit gain through their influential positions.

On the other hand, the Anti-Corruption Commission works according to a decisive directive from the wise leadership to fight corruption at all levels.

The authority works with direction at the highest levels to stop the bleeding and misuse of government resources. Because it is the biggest obstacle to development.

The role of the authority and its work comes comfortably as a result of the great support it receives from the wise leadership to protect integrity and combat corruption in the bodies covered by the authority’s mandate to create a work environment in these agencies that is characterized by integrity, transparency, honesty, justice and equality.

It is no secret to anyone that corruption has negative effects on the economy and investment, hindering the development process, frustrating the state’s efforts, and wasting its financial resources. Instead of directing them to tangible services to citizens, they turn into the pockets of the corrupt, and their bank balances.

Corruption damages countries’ international reputation, impedes investors from practicing their business, and contributes to the flight of capital abroad, and the reluctance of international investors to invest at home due to bureaucracy, bribes, and financial and administrative corruption in all its forms.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued today a royal order to end the service of Lieutenant General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, commander of the joint forces, to refer him to retirement with his referral for investigation, as well as exempt Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, deputy governor of the region Al-Jawf from his post, referred for investigation.

The royal order also included the referral of 1 – Yusuf bin Rakan bin Hindi Al-Otaibi, 2 – Muhammad bin Abdul Karim bin Muhammad Al-Hassan, 3 – Faisal bin Abdulrahman bin Muhammad Al-Ajlan, and 4 Muhammad bin Ali bin Muhammad Al-Khalifa for investigation.

The royal order comes based on what was monitored of suspicious financial dealings in the Ministry of Defense and a request for investigation, and what was raised by the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority about the existence of financial corruption in the ministry, and its connection with Lieutenant General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd bin Turki Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and a number of officers and civil servants and others.

01 September 2020 – 13 Muharram 1442

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Leadership decisions do not differentiate between a prince and a minister and aim to stop the bleeding and waste of government resources

Day after day, the Kingdom’s leadership confirms that there is no place for the corrupt in the new Saudi Arabia, where strict royal orders were issued without distinguishing between a prince or a minister, or whatever his position in the state or his position is.

The political leadership in the Kingdom believes that the reform path in the state apparatus cannot be completed without cleansing it of the corrupt, transgressors, negligent and negligent.

The leadership also aims to create a work environment that elevates the public interest and pushes the state’s developmental programs forward from those seeking illicit gain through their influential positions.

On the other hand, the Anti-Corruption Commission works according to a decisive directive from the wise leadership to fight corruption at all levels.

The authority works with direction at the highest levels to stop the bleeding and misuse of government resources. Because it is the biggest obstacle to development.

The role of the authority and its work comes comfortably as a result of the great support it receives from the wise leadership to protect integrity and combat corruption in the bodies covered by the authority’s mandate to create a work environment in these agencies that is characterized by integrity, transparency, honesty, justice and equality.

It is no secret to anyone that corruption has negative effects on the economy and investment, hindering the development process, frustrating the state’s efforts, as well as wasting its financial resources. Instead of directing them to tangible services to citizens, they turn into the pockets of the corrupt, and their bank balances.

Corruption damages countries’ international reputation, impedes investors from practicing their business, and contributes to the flight of capital abroad, and the reluctance of international investors to invest at home due to bureaucracy, bribes, and financial and administrative corruption in all its forms.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued today a royal order to terminate the service of Lieutenant General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, commander of the joint forces, to refer him to retirement while referring him to investigation, as well as exempt Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, deputy governor of the region Al-Jawf from his post, referred for investigation.

The royal order also included the referral of 1 – Yusuf bin Rakan bin Hindi Al-Otaibi, 2 – Muhammad bin Abdul Karim bin Muhammad Al-Hassan, 3 – Faisal bin Abdulrahman bin Muhammad Al-Ajlan, and 4 Muhammad bin Ali bin Muhammad Al-Khalifa for investigation.

The royal order comes based on what was monitored of suspicious financial dealings in the Ministry of Defense and a request for investigation, and what was raised by the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority about the existence of financial corruption in the ministry, and its connection with Lieutenant General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd bin Turki Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and a number of officers and civil servants and others.





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