Names and pictures,List of princes and officials detained in Saudi Arabia on the background of corruption cases
Reuters published a list of Saudi princes and officials on trial for corruption in Saudi Arabia on Sunday.
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The list, which was published by the agency, quoted a senior Saudi official, who declined to be named:
- Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kingdom Holding
- Prince Meteb bin Abdullah, Minister of National Guard
Prince Turki bin Abdullah, Governor of Riyadh Region
- Khalid Altwaijri, former head of the Royal Court
- Adel Fakih, Minister of Economy and Planning
- Ibrahim al-Assaf, former finance minister
- Abdullah Al-Sultan, Commander of the Saudi Navy
- Bakr bin Laden, chairman of the Saudi bin Laden group
Mohammed Al - Tabishi, former head of the Royal Protocol
- Amr Al-Dabbagh, Governor of the Saudi General Investment Authority
Alwaleed Al Ibrahim Chairman of MBC TV Group
- Khalid Al Mulhim, General Manager of Saudi Airlines
- Saud Al-Duwaish, Chairman of the Board of Directors of STC
- Prince Turki bin Nasser, head of Meteorology and Environment
- Prince Fahd bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Saud, former assistant defense minister
Saleh Kamel, businessman
- Mohammed al-Amoudi, a businessman
For its part, published the newspaper "Economic" Saudi Arabia, on the official page of the social networking site "Twitter" a list of pictures and names of these people.
It is noteworthy that King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, had announced on Saturday, the formation of a high anti-corruption committee headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Hours after the announcement, 11 emirs, dozens of former ministers and four current ministers were detained and referred to the new investigation committee.
The New York Times has speculated on the whereabouts of Saudi princes who were arrested last night by Saudi authorities on charges of corruption.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel was evacuated in Riyadh on Saturday, with unconfirmed information that the hotel could be used to detain detained royal family members, the newspaper said.
It is noted that the attempt to book through the official website of the hotel indicated that there are no vacancies at the moment.
The newspaper also reported rumors that a private airliner was closed in the capital Riyadh to prevent suspected businessmen from leaving the country before being arrested.