KUWAIT CITY, Feb 8: A former minister has been referred to the Ministers’ Court for trial and is facing potential imprisonment over allegations of presenting a falsified document to the judiciary during his tenure as a serving minister. This incident is linked to an ongoing investigation into a case concerning public funds, reports Al- Qabas daily. According to sources, the investigation committee, headed by Counselor Dr. Omar Al- Masoud and including advisors Saud Al-Sanea and Ahmed Al-Muqlad, the former minister was summoned for interrogation and has been released on bail. However, the committee will proceed with trial proceedings. It has been disclosed that the State Security Service initiated action against the former minister after discovering forgery within the document submitted to the judiciary. Furthermore, the source has revealed that two additional reports are pending against other former ministers. These individuals are expected to be summoned in the coming days, facing charges related to the misappropriation of public funds.
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