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    Saudi Arabia freezes personal bank accounts of arrested princes

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    Post by Rocky Wed 08 Nov 2017, 3:06 am

    Saudi Arabia freezes personal bank accounts of arrested princes


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    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
    Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) has suspended the personal accounts of princes and officials who were suspended at the end of last week, confirming that the suspended accounts are personal accounts rather than accounts associated with companies and institutions associated with them.
    "The institution's move to freeze the accounts of people of interest comes in response to the prosecutor's request pending a list of charges against them," the organization's governor Ahmed al-Khulaifi said in a statement.
    A source in Saudi Arabia pointed out that the prince and businessman Walid bin Talal, who was arrested as part of a campaign to fight corruption, has arrested dozens of princes and senior officials and is under investigation in cases of "money laundering, bribery and extortion of some officials." While the former Minister of National Guard, Prince Meteb bin Abdullah, is under investigation files fraud and fraudulent recruitment.


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