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Senior Kuwaiti civil servants face legal action over finances

Kuwait Anti-Corruption Authority refers six to public prosecution for failing to disclose financial statements on time

Senior Kuwaiti civil servants face legal action over finances

Kuwait Anti-Corruption Authority has referred six senior civil servants including government officials to the public prosecution for failing to disclose their financial statements.

The authority said in a statement published by Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the six citizens were referred after missing the deadline for disclosure.

The group submitted to the prosecution includes members of the cabinet, the parliament and board members of cooperative societies, KUNA said

The authority indicated that they had submitted the required statements, but they were late.

It urged concerned citizens, required to submit information about their financial status, to do so immediately.

The authority also indicated that all personnel and ranking civil servants, subject to the system, must update the required financial data.

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