Saudi Arabia: Anti-graft body shows a new-found appetite for senior targets


Issue 1128 - 17 Jun 2021 | 3 minute read

An update on its investigations from Saudi Arabia’s National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) has highlighted how the organisation is now playing a far more activist role and moving away from its previous focus on rather academic analyses of the problems of corruption, the number of anonymous tips it was receiving and its attempt to engineer a better position for the kingdom on Transparency International’s corruption perceptions index.

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