Including a prince, judges and officers.. 16 judgments and 15 cases, the outcome of “integrity” during

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In translation of the directives of the Saudi leadership to prevent corruption

In just about two weeks, the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority was able to uncover a number of corruption cases, which amounted to 15 cases, and 16 judicial rulings were issued for a number of criminal cases that it initiated during the last period.

There is no doubt that the commission has been working since its restructuring a few years ago to take the necessary measures regarding the crimes of financial and administrative corruption and its perpetrators and parties, and to prosecute large, medium and small corrupt, and defame them in successive impressive strikes as an extension of the royal order to form a higher committee headed by His Highness Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman for the investigation of cases of public corruption in late 2017, and the accompanying arrests that affected a number of large heads in a unique precedent.

“Integrity” has translated by continuing its diligent work the directives of the Saudi leadership, to change the system of work of the Commission, to eradicate corruption, and to stop the bleeding of waste and misuse of government resources, as one of the biggest obstacles to development. Corruption exists in all societies in varying proportions, as indicated by the Crown Prince in a previous television interview, stressing “What matters today is that we (the Kingdom) be at the forefront of countries in combating corruption, and the lowest rates of corruption in the world.”

The most prominent cases and provisions
One of the most prominent cases initiated by the authority was its suspension by one of the appeals judges who issued irregular instruments that resulted in the issuance of compensation of 100 million riyals to the owners of 32 properties located within the storage basin of one of the dams of one of the regions, but the watchful eye of “Nazaha” was able to cooperate with the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Justice. And the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture from stopping the disbursement of the amount.

And the suspension of a judge (formerly the Chief of the Execution Court in one of the regions) for obtaining an amount of 2.5 million riyals from an agent of one of the parties to a financial case and international travel tickets from a businessman party to other financial issues (their cases are considered by the Execution Court that he presides), in exchange for providing legal services to them that affect the progress of their work. Court cases.

An appellate judge at the Administrative Court was also suspended for obtaining an amount of 1.6 million riyals from the owner of a company through one of the company’s employees in exchange for rulings in favor of the company in cases pending before the judge.

In cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, an officer with the rank of captain working in the police of one of the regions and a resident (mediator) was arrested because the mediator received 20,000 riyals out of 40,000 riyals from a citizen at the request of the officer in exchange for keeping the citizen’s case under consideration.

Among the 15 cases initiated by “Nazaha” is the arrest of an employee working in a hospital in one of the governorates for illegally entering the hospital’s electronic system using the username of his direct manager, and approving his transfer after learning of his manager’s death.

With regard to the judicial rulings of a number of criminal cases initiated by “Nazaha” during the last period, and as a result of which the perpetrators were referred to the Criminal Court in Riyadh (the departments of financial and administrative corruption cases).

Sixteen preliminary and final judicial rulings were issued conclusively proving their convictions, the most prominent of which was a preliminary ruling convicting His Royal Highness (an employee of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing), punishing him with imprisonment for two years and a fine of 100,000 riyals; For benefiting from forged educational qualifications, and using them to obtain a government job.

It was also one of the most prominent rulings regarding the issue of the collapse of a car parking ceiling at a private university. The Court of Appeal issued a ruling convicting the owner of the university of bribery by hiring and offering an exceptional discount on university tuition fees to relatives and acquaintances of the mayor of the governorate supervising the university, and an employee of the Ministry of Higher Education previously. As a subsequent reward for them in return for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions and punishing him with imprisonment for two years and a fine of 500,000 riyals.

An official at the Ministry of Higher Education was also previously convicted of bribery by obtaining an exceptional discount on tuition fees for two students of his acquaintances in exchange for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions and punishing him with imprisonment for three years, a fine of 500,000 riyals, and the conviction of the mayor of the governorate supervising the university For bribery and administrative misuse by employing two of his relatives at the university in exchange for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions, applying a number of property grants to his relatives in the governorate in which he works in an irregular manner, and punishing him with ten years imprisonment and a fine of 10 million riyals.

Five employees of the municipality of the same governorate were also convicted of bribery and administrative misuse by facilitating the application of a number of property grants to relatives of the mayor of the governorate in which they work in an irregular manner, and punished with imprisonment for periods ranging from one to five years and a fine of 100,000 riyals for one of them.
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Including a prince, judges and officers.. 16 judgments and 15 cases, the outcome of “integrity” in just two weeks

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In just about two weeks, the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority was able to uncover a number of corruption cases, which amounted to 15 cases, and 16 judicial rulings were issued for a number of criminal cases that it initiated during the last period.

There is no doubt that the commission has been working since its restructuring a few years ago to take the necessary measures regarding the crimes of financial and administrative corruption and its perpetrators, and its parties, and to prosecute large, medium and small corrupt, and defame them in consecutive impressive strikes as an extension of the royal order to form a higher committee headed by His Highness Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman for the investigation of cases of public corruption in late 2017, and the accompanying arrests that affected a number of large heads in a unique precedent.

“Integrity” has translated by continuing its diligent work the directives of the Saudi leadership, to change the system of work of the Commission, to eradicate corruption, and to stop the bleeding of waste and misuse of government resources, as one of the biggest obstacles to development. Corruption exists in all societies in varying proportions, as indicated by the Crown Prince in a previous television interview, stressing “What matters today is that we (the Kingdom) be at the forefront of countries in combating corruption, and the lowest rates of corruption in the world.”

The most prominent cases and provisions
One of the most prominent cases initiated by the authority was its suspension by one of the appeals judges who issued irregular instruments that resulted in the issuance of compensation of 100 million riyals to the owners of 32 properties located within the storage basin of one of the dams of one of the regions, but the watchful eye of “Nazaha” was able to cooperate with the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Justice. And the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture from stopping the disbursement of the amount.

And the suspension of a judge (formerly the Chief of the Execution Court in one of the regions) for obtaining an amount of 2.5 million riyals from an agent of one of the parties to a financial case and international travel tickets from a businessman party to other financial issues (their cases are considered by the Execution Court that he presides), in exchange for providing legal services to them that affect the progress of their work. Court cases.

An appellate judge at the Administrative Court was also suspended for obtaining an amount of 1.6 million riyals from the owner of a company through one of the company’s employees in exchange for rulings in favor of the company in cases pending before the judge.

In cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, an officer with the rank of captain working in the police of one of the regions and a resident (mediator) was arrested because the mediator received 20,000 riyals out of 40,000 riyals from a citizen at the request of the officer in exchange for keeping the citizen’s case under consideration.

Among the 15 cases initiated by “Nazaha” is the arrest of an employee working in a hospital in one of the governorates for illegally entering the hospital’s electronic system using the username of his direct manager, and approving his transfer after learning of his manager’s death.

With regard to the judicial rulings of a number of criminal cases initiated by “Nazaha” during the last period, and as a result of which the perpetrators were referred to the Criminal Court in Riyadh (the departments of financial and administrative corruption cases).

Sixteen preliminary and final judicial rulings were issued conclusively proving their convictions, the most prominent of which was a preliminary ruling convicting His Royal Highness (an employee of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing), punishing him with imprisonment for two years and a fine of 100,000 riyals; For benefiting from forged educational qualifications, and using them to obtain a government job.

It was also one of the most prominent rulings regarding the issue of the collapse of a car parking ceiling at a private university. The Court of Appeal issued a ruling convicting the owner of the university of bribery by hiring and offering an exceptional discount on university tuition fees to relatives and acquaintances of the mayor of the governorate supervising the university, and an employee of the Ministry of Higher Education previously. As a subsequent reward for them in return for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions and punishing him with imprisonment for two years and a fine of 500,000 riyals.

An official at the Ministry of Higher Education was also previously convicted of bribery by obtaining an exceptional discount on tuition fees for two students of his acquaintances in exchange for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions and punishing him with imprisonment for three years, a fine of 500,000 riyals, and the conviction of the mayor of the governorate supervising the university By bribery and administrative misuse by employing two of his relatives at the university in exchange for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions, applying a number of property grants to his relatives in the governorate in which he works in an irregular manner, and punishing him with ten years imprisonment and a fine of 10 million riyals.

Five employees of the municipality of the same governorate were also convicted of bribery and administrative misuse by facilitating the application of a number of property grants to relatives of the mayor of the governorate in which they work in an irregular manner, and punished with imprisonment for periods ranging from one to five years and a fine of 100,000 riyals for one of them.

11 June 2021 – 1 Dhu al-Qi’dah 1442

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In translation of the directives of the Saudi leadership to prevent corruption

In just about two weeks, the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority was able to uncover a number of corruption cases, which amounted to 15 cases, and 16 judicial rulings were issued for a number of criminal cases that it initiated during the last period.

There is no doubt that the commission has been working since its restructuring a few years ago to take the necessary measures regarding the crimes of financial and administrative corruption and its perpetrators and parties, and to prosecute large, medium and small corrupt, and defame them in successive impressive strikes as an extension of the royal order to form a higher committee headed by His Highness Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman for the investigation and investigation of public corruption cases in late 2017, and the accompanying arrests that affected a number of large heads in a unique precedent.

“Integrity” has translated by continuing its diligent work the directives of the Saudi leadership, to change the system of work of the Commission, to eradicate corruption, and to stop the bleeding of waste and misuse of government resources, as one of the biggest obstacles to development. Corruption exists in all societies in varying proportions, as indicated by the Crown Prince in a previous television interview, stressing “What matters today is that we (the Kingdom) be at the forefront of countries in combating corruption, and the lowest rates of corruption in the world.”

The most prominent cases and provisions
Among the most prominent cases initiated by the authority, came its suspension by one of the appeals judges who issued irregular instruments that resulted in the issuance of compensation of 100 million riyals to the owners of 32 properties located within the storage basin of one of the dams of one of the regions. And the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture from stopping the disbursement of the amount.

And the suspension of a judge (formerly the Chief of the Execution Court in one of the regions) for obtaining an amount of 2.5 million riyals from an agent of one of the parties to a financial case and international travel tickets from a businessman party to other financial issues (their cases are considered by the Execution Court that he presides), in exchange for providing legal services to them that affect the progress of their work. Court cases.

An appellate judge at the Administrative Court was also suspended for obtaining an amount of 1.6 million riyals from the owner of a company through one of the company’s employees in exchange for rulings in favor of the company in cases pending before the judge.

In cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, an officer with the rank of captain working in the police of one of the regions and a resident (mediator) was arrested because the mediator received 20,000 riyals out of 40,000 riyals from a citizen at the request of the officer in exchange for keeping the citizen’s case under consideration.

Among the 15 cases initiated by “Nazaha” is the arrest of an employee working in a hospital in one of the governorates for illegally entering the hospital’s electronic system using the username of his direct manager, and approving his transfer after learning of his manager’s death.

With regard to the judicial rulings of a number of criminal cases initiated by “Nazaha” during the last period, as a result of which the perpetrators were referred to the Criminal Court in Riyadh (the departments of financial and administrative corruption cases).

Sixteen preliminary and final judicial rulings were issued conclusively proving their convictions, the most prominent of which was a preliminary ruling convicting His Royal Highness (an employee of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing), punishing him with imprisonment for two years and a fine of 100,000 riyals; For benefiting from forged educational qualifications, and using them to obtain a government job.

It was also one of the most prominent rulings regarding the issue of the collapse of a car parking ceiling at a private university. The Court of Appeal issued a ruling convicting the owner of the university of bribery by hiring and offering an exceptional discount on university tuition fees to relatives and acquaintances of the mayor of the governorate supervising the university, and an employee of the Ministry of Higher Education previously. As a subsequent reward for them in return for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions and punishing him with imprisonment for two years and a fine of 500,000 riyals.

An official at the Ministry of Higher Education was also previously convicted of bribery by obtaining an exceptional discount on tuition fees for two students of his acquaintances in exchange for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions and punishing him with imprisonment for three years, a fine of 500,000 riyals, and the conviction of the mayor of the governorate supervising the university For bribery and administrative misuse by employing two of his relatives at the university in exchange for issuing the necessary permits to operate the university without meeting the conditions, applying a number of property grants to his relatives in the governorate in which he works in an irregular manner, and punishing him with ten years imprisonment and a fine of 10 million riyals.

Five employees of the municipality of the same governorate were also convicted of bribery and administrative misuse by facilitating the application of a number of property grants to relatives of the mayor of the governorate in which they work in an irregular manner, and punished with imprisonment for periods ranging from one to five years and a fine of 100,000 riyals for one of them.





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