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    Saudi Arabia: Most of the detainees in the anti-corruption campaign have agreed to the settlement

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    Post by Rocky Wed 06 Dec 2017, 3:06 am

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    Saudi Arabia: Most of the detainees in the anti-corruption campaign have agreed to the settlement
    Saudi Arabia's Attorney-General said Wednesday that most of the detainees in an unprecedented anti-corruption campaign in the kingdom had "agreed to a settlement" to avoid a trial.
    "The total number of people summoned by the Supreme Committee to Combat Corruption to provide relevant information reached 320 people," the Attorney General said. According to the BBC.
    "The committee has referred a number of those summoned to the Public Prosecutor's Office, bringing the number of detainees to 159," he said.
    Among the detainees are a number of princes and billionaires, many of whom are staying at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh.
    Last week, one of the most prominent detainees, Prince Meteb, reportedly left the hotel after paying $ 1 billion.
    The authorities arrested dozens of people, including princes, current and former ministers and businessmen, on the fourth of last November after the Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, the formation of the anti-corruption committee.
    The committee was formed under the chairmanship of the Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the membership of the Chairman of the Monitoring and Investigation Commission, the Chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Authority, the Chief of the General Audit Bureau, the Attorney General and the Head of State Security.


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