Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption body raise sights high with arrest of Al-Ula chief

Issue 1184 - 05 Feb 2024 | 6 minute read

Royal Commission for Al-Ula chief executive Amr Bin Saleh Al-Madani has been arrested for money laundering and other offences, according to the Oversight and Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha), in a sign that the authorities’ patience with public servants enriching themselves is wearing thin.

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