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Saudi authorities net $106 billion in corruption settlements

Saudi authorities net $106 billion in corruption settlements
Dubai, United Arab Emirates: A large contaminated corruption cover involving confidentiality and conspiracy has been kept in custody for more than $ 106 billion in financial assets, in which Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday.

Saudi Attorney General Saud Al-Mojib said that settlement settlements include real estate, commercial establishments, securities and cash seizure. More details on the types of businesses or real estate are not disclosed in this statement.

He was kept in detention in the luxury Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh for more than 80 days, where dozens of high profile figures were kept, interrogated and forced to confiscate the financial assets for the exchange of his release. It was not immediately known which type of settlement was agreed by Prince Allaylade.

Prince Alawalad was in at least 11 princes and dozens of businessmen and officials detained in unprecedented sweeps.

There is also concern that members of the royal family have to compulsorily give up and entrust businessmen to significant financial assets or may try to control their companies and may try some changes.
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