Nazaha monitors ‘corruption’ sources through social media

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KUWAIT CITY, March 30: The Anti-Corruption Authority “Nazaha” revealed that it was able to monitor 68 incidents of suspected corruption in 2021, 2022 and 2023, by monitoring the social networking sites and the media, reports Al-Rai daily. “The total number of monitoring operations for suspicions of corruption since the implementation of the executive regulations in 2016 were 140 incidents, and the necessary legal measures were taken said Issa Al- Enezi, Director of the Department of Corruption Detection and Money Recovery at the Authority. Al-Enezi added that “Nazaha follows up on news and information about facts that may constitute suspicions of corruption crimes stipulated in Article 22 of Law No. 2 of 2016 regarding the establishment of the Public Authority for Combating Corruption and the provisions related to financial disclosures.” He explained that “information and news are being evaluated after a follow-up on incidents of suspected corruption crimes that are monitored from various sources, according to the preliminary conditions as mentioned in Article 22.

He stressed that “the commission proceeds with its procedures as soon as the initial conditions are met and the information is serious and reliable, and the extent to which the matter was previously discussed in the commission is verified or not,” noting that “monitoring sources include various media outlets, including local and international newspapers.”

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