Travel Ban Imposed on Money Laundering and Bribery Suspects

Travel Ban Imposed on Money Laundering and Bribery Suspects

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 28: The Criminal Court has imposed a travel ban on a Ministry of Interior official, secretaries of former MPs, and a doctor involved in money laundering and bribery — a case revealed by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled who decided to refer it to the Public Prosecution., reports Al- Qabas daily. During the first trial of the defendants, the court decided to postpone the trial until Jan 27, 2024, for a thorough review of the case files. According to a reliable source, the prosecution charged three secretaries of former MPs and expatriates with bribery after discovering their participation in obtaining a suspended visa in exchange for KD2,000.

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