King thanks Crown Prince for efforts to fight corruption, tells law-enforcing agencies to protect public funds
Saudi Gazette report
Riyadh — Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman stressed the State’s continued approach to protect integrity and eradicate corruption and deter anyone who tries to infringe on public funds and tamper with them.
Chairing the weekly session of the Council of Ministers at Al-Yamamah Palace here on Tuesday, King Salman said the investigative and law-enforcing agencies should enhance their roles and exercise their powers to ensure their effectiveness in protecting public funds.
The King thanked and appreciated Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense who is also the chairman of the supreme committee for public corruption cases, for his efforts and those of committee members and working teams to accomplish the task assigned to them and achieve the aspired goals in line with the royal order.