Moajab: Corruption follow-up to continue
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — Corruption is not restricted to particular companies or government authorities, and there will be follow-up of these companies by the concerned authorities, Saudi Press Agency quoted Attorney General Sheikh Saud Al-Moajab as stressing on Monday.
The Attorney General was launching the Public Prosecution’s Financial Reports Office at the headquarters of the General Auditing Bureau (GAB) along with Dr. Hussam Al-Anqari, chairman of GAB on Monday.
Al-Moajab said the Office is one of the common factors between the Public Prosecution and GAB. It will enable the latter to carry out specialized work in the auditing aspect and uncover financial violations, and then the Public Prosecution will conduct investigations and demand deterrent penalties against violators.
He stressed that the advancement and development the Kingdom is witnessing under the leadership of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman require of all to exert more efforts and more cooperation to achieve the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which requires of all government authorities to work as a team.
He asserted that his visit comes within the sphere of combating corruption, monitoring state revenues and expenditures as well as the state’s fixed and movable assets, and ensuring their appropriate use.