The Administrative Control Authority said that it had issued 108 suspension orders for a number of officials in the current and past years, and it had opened investigations in several violations, adding in a press conference to present its general report for 2022 that it sent 1,679 letters to the executive authorities last year and 878 letters this year, demanding measures against those violations.
The Authority indicated that it had also sent about 100 letters to the executive authorities to withdraw or cancel their decisions that violate the legislation in force. It indicated that it had investigated 321 cases out of 337 and charged 595 defendants with administrative and financial violations, saying that its investigations resulted in the referral of 44 accused people to court, explaining that 20 cases were related to administrative and financial violations.
It also revealed that 101 defendants had been referred to courts in 41 cases related to administrative and financial violations, in addition to the referral of 425 accused people to the disciplinary councils for violations, 156 cases of which were financial. The Authority indicated that it had issued criminal charges in eight of the cases referred to the courts, pointing to the issuance of 78 decisions by the disciplinary councils against 147 people accused of administrative and financial violations.