SANA’A – President of Yemen Mahdi al-Mashat has ordered the start of a mass series of anti-graft court cases to be started, in which 74 suspects from state organs within the Yemeni government will stand trial for corruption.
The President voiced out his unforgiving stance towards corruption during a meeting with the leadership of the Central Authority for Control and Accounting, Yemen’s top anti-corruption agency. President Al-Mashat furthermore stressed the necessity of swift decisions to be reached on all cases regarding corruption.
Mahdi Al-Mashat also discussed the continued monitoring of the state apparatus and the Central Authority’s efforts in combating corruption and enhancing the transparency and accountability of the National Salvation Government, stating that the work of the Central Authority for Control and Accounting has greatly improved the overall performance of the Republic.
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