Five local officials implicated of financial and administrative exploitation in Saudi Arabia have been sentenced to 32-year in prison by the Kingdom’s public prosecution office and were penalised a total of SR9 million.
The prosecution discovered 300 pieces of sufficient critical evidence against the principal offenders and personal funds in their bank accounts were confiscated.
One of the officials was cited for receiving bribes, committing forgery, and operating his office to settle especial favours. He was issued a 12-year prison sentence and penalised more than SR1 million.
Charges against the defendants involved misusing local funds, unethical enrichment, and selling government property.
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