Under the direct supervision of the Crown Prince … “Monitoring and combating corruption” deter the spoiler

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After the royal order to terminate the service of the commander of the joint forces and to dismiss the deputy Emir of Al-Jawf from his post

The royal order issued a short while ago to terminate the service of the Joint Forces Commander, dismiss the Deputy Emir of Al-Jawf from his position, and refer them for investigation with a number of officers and civil servants in the Ministry of Defense, to confirm that the war on corruption, which His Highness the Crown Prince has repeatedly declared, will not exclude anyone, regardless of his position. .

This confirms that this fierce battle led by the state will not stop, and will continue in light of the continuous administrative development, the latest of which was the issuance of the new regulation of the Supervision and Anti-Corruption Authority, and its broad powers that were delegated to it by the leadership.

These broad powers are monitored directly by His Highness the Crown Prince. This confirms that it will not be negligent in controlling and dealing with financial and administrative corruption crimes, regardless of their cost or magnitude.

These administrative organizations and the battle against corruption have significantly contributed to the progress of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in fighting the worldwide organized crime of corruption. This was reflected positively on its progress in the Corruption Perceptions Index issued by Transparency International; In 2019, it advanced to the 51st position globally in the report covering 180 countries, and advanced to the tenth place in the G20 countries in anti-corruption efforts.

Under the direct supervision of the Crown Prince … “Control and Anti-Corruption” deters spoilers and does not exclude anyone

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The royal order issued a short while ago to terminate the service of the Joint Forces Commander, dismiss the Deputy Emir of Al-Jawf from his position, and refer them for investigation with a number of officers and civil servants in the Ministry of Defense, to confirm that the war on corruption, which His Highness the Crown Prince has repeatedly declared, will not exclude anyone, regardless of his position. .

This confirms that this fierce battle led by the state will not stop, and will continue in light of the continuous administrative development, the latest of which was the issuance of the new regulation of the Supervision and Anti-Corruption Authority, and its broad powers delegated to it by the leadership.

These broad powers are monitored directly by His Highness the Crown Prince. This confirms that it will not be negligent in controlling and dealing with financial and administrative corruption crimes, regardless of their cost or magnitude.

These administrative organizations and the battle against corruption have significantly contributed to the progress of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in fighting the worldwide organized crime of corruption. This was reflected positively on its progress in the Corruption Perceptions Index issued by Transparency International; In 2019, it moved up to 51st in the world in the report covering 180 countries, and advanced to the tenth place in the G20 countries in anti-corruption efforts.

01 September 2020 – 13 Muharram 1442

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After the royal order to terminate the service of the commander of the joint forces and to dismiss the deputy Emir of Al-Jawf from his post

The royal order issued a short while ago to terminate the service of the Joint Forces Commander, dismiss the Deputy Emir of Al-Jawf from his position, and refer them for investigation with a number of officers and civil servants in the Ministry of Defense, to confirm that the war on corruption, which His Highness the Crown Prince has repeatedly declared, will not exclude anyone, regardless of his position. .

This confirms that this fierce battle led by the state will not stop, and will continue in light of the continuous administrative development, the latest of which was the issuance of the new regulation of the Supervision and Anti-Corruption Authority, and its broad powers delegated to it by the leadership.

These broad powers are monitored directly by His Highness the Crown Prince. This confirms that it will not be negligent in controlling and dealing with financial and administrative corruption crimes, regardless of their cost or magnitude.

These administrative organizations and the battle against corruption have significantly contributed to the progress of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in fighting the worldwide organized crime of corruption. This was reflected positively on its progress in the Corruption Perceptions Index issued by Transparency International; In 2019, it moved up to 51st in the world in the report covering 180 countries, and advanced to the tenth place in the G20 countries in anti-corruption efforts.

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