Saudi Public Prosecution to establish investigation departments in all provinces
Attorney General Saud bin Abdullah al-Muajab said that the public prosecution will establish investigation departments in all of the kingdom’s provinces.
Al-Muajab’s statements came following his tour in the public prosecution branches in Tabuk and its cities Al-Wajh, Duba and Tayma where he checked out the workflow and discussed the branches’ needs with the relevant officials. He also met with Tabuk’s Governor Fahd bin Sultan al-Saud.
Al-Muajab also said that the public prosecution will continue its efforts to protect public and private rights and to investigate corruption cases until they get rid of corruption.
He added that the public prosecution offices welcome anyone who wants to help combat corruption and anyone who has suggestions for the public prosecution itself and as long as these proposals serve the country’s interest.
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