Seven of the 208 accused of corruption have been released, according to a statement by the Attorney-General of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in the latest development related to the action initiated by the recently instituted High Commission against Corruption.
Sheikh Saud Al Moaajeb, Attorney General of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and member of the Supreme Committee for Combating Corruption, said on Thursday that the investigations of the individuals who have been summoned are proceeding rapidly and updates will be provided.
The Attorney General said that “the number of persons arrested was 208, while seven were released, for lack of sufficient evidence.”
Earlier on Thursday, Saudi Arabia also announced a new list of people suspected of corruption.
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