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Administrative corruption and a number of irregularities in Al-Muzahmiyya

1/24/2016

Nazaha’s investigation on some of what was published in the local newspapers about sale advertisement in random blueprints belonging to Al-Muzahmiyya province has led to stop issuing notarial acts in  Al-Muzahmiyya notary and assigned the Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution to further investigate with Al-Muzahmiyya notary public, branch of the Ministry of Agriculture and Water.
Abdulrahman Al-Ajlan said the spokesman of Nazaha said that the commission has sent representatives for a site visit to investigate more. The commission reported its investigation to the minister of interior and suggested to form a committee from the Emirate of Riyadh, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Water and Electricity and the Ministry of Justice to  discuss the matter thoroughly and investigate to make sure of all the claims of ownerships and remove any violations on state property, and then report back to the commission.
Al-Ajlan added that his highness directed to form a committee urgently. Later on, the committee confirmed that there was corruption in Al-Muzahmiyya notary public including a number of irregularities where he issued (800) instruments in one day. The case was referred to the Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution for further investigation and stop all notary instruments  and refer it to the court of appeal. The governor of Quwaiya was assigned to remove everything on the site and monitor it and assign the Ministry of Agriculture to implement the agricultural articles.
Al-Ajlan said the commission is stressing on the principle of transparency, protecting integrity and fighting corruption in all its forms, in accordance with its national strategy for protecting integrity and fighting corruption, and its regulation. Al-Ajlan also stressed on  the importance of the cooperation with the commission by all citizens and residents in reporting any case of financial or administrative corruption on the means it provided for reporting. The commission would like also to thank all government entities that cooperate with it in fighting corruption.