Kuwait: eight judges arrested for corruption, despatched to legal court docket

Dubai: A complete of eight judges, three attorneys and 6 directors from Kuwait’s appeals courts have been referred by the prosecution to the Prison Court docket, native media reported.

This determination units a precedent within the historical past of justice and underscores the nation’s dedication to preventing corruption.

The convicts had been arrested after eight months of a radical investigation into suspicions of corruption, counterfeiting and cash laundering, Al Jarida reported.

The Supreme Judicial Council has determined to droop eight judges and ship them to an investigation, accusing them of getting handled the Iranian suspect of the cash laundering community, Fouad Salehi.


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