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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 12: The Public Prosecution Office is currently preparing for cases against those who have embezzled public funds and is in the process of prosecuting new accomplices in the looting of public money, saying these files are among the major cases of embezzling public funds, reports Al-Qabas daily. Judicial sources stressed the Public Prosecution is pursuing and monitoring those involved in these cases internally and externally.
The country’s looted funds, the sources said, will be recovered without complacency, and that no effort will be spared in holding those who embezzle state funds accountable. The sources pointed to shuttle trips, judicial delegations, meetings and continuous judicial contacts between Kuwait and many countries, “in order to recover the money embezzled by the deceased former Public Institution for Social Security (PIFSS) general manager late Fahd Al-Raja’an.”
The sources added, the Public Prosecution has recovered a lot of the looted money from Al-Raja’an, and is still working on these files, and will recover all the money that has been embezzled stressing “intensive efforts have resulted in the recovery of more than 100 million dinars in cash, which Al-Raja’an looted from the country. Work is underway to recover money looted by him and ‘stacked’ in the United States of America, France, Lebanon, Switzerland, Bahrain and Egypt. The sources indicated the Public Prosecution continues efforts and investigations into cases of assault on public money, reaffirming the disclosure of the new accomplices to bring them to justice