General Secretariat’s Securities Dispute Decision: Convictions and Penalties for Themar Development Holding Company Board Members and Employees

2023-06-12 15:47:57 Al-Marsad newspaper: The General Secretariat of the Committees for Resolution of Securities Disputes announced the issuance of the decision of the Appeal Committee in Securities Disputes, peremptory No. (2870/LS/2023) of 1444 AH, dated 10/17/1444 AH, corresponding to 05/07/2023 AD, in the case The public prosecution instituted by the Public Prosecution (and referred to … Read more

Details of recovering sums of money from leaders in Taif hospitals due to their lack of eligibility

Al-Marsad newspaper: Sources revealed that the Ministry of Health has recently recovered sums of money from leaders in Taif Health Hospitals; This was after it was proven that they were not entitled to allowances that had been paid to them for years. The sources pointed out that these leaders receive a work nature allowance of … Read more

Defamation of a citizen and a Palestinian in the crime of commercial cover-up… and the disclosure of its violation and the penalty imposed on them

Al-Marsad newspaper: The Ministry of Commerce defamed a Saudi citizen and a Palestinian resident after a court ruling was issued convicting them of committing the crime of covering up the activity of blacksmithing and aluminum workshops in the city of Riyadh. The ministry had launched a report on the state of cover-up with the institution, … Read more

Defamation of the owner of a facility and a resident of Khamis Mushait and the disclosure of their crime and the penalty imposed on them

Al-Marsad Newspaper: The Ministry of Commerce denounced the citizen Turki Abdullah Shujaan Al-Shaibani and the resident Ashraf Mansour Salem Youssef, an Egyptian, after they committed the crime of commercial cover-up in building materials in Khamis Mushait. By inspecting the headquarters, it was found that the resident was engaged in commercial activity for his own account … Read more

Defamation of the citizen “Ahmed Al-Enezi” and a Syrian resident in Riyadh… and the disclosure of their crime and the punishment imposed on them

Al-Marsad newspaper: The Ministry of Commerce revealed details of the defamation of citizen Ahmed bin Mithqal bin Derk Al-Anzi and a Syrian resident named Ahmed bin Mahdi Al-Awwad, after a court ruling was issued condemning them to committing the crime of cover-up in the livestock trade in the city of Riyadh. the offense The ministry … Read more

In the names.. Commerce defames 11 people in Qatif.. It reveals their nationalities, their violations, and the penalties imposed against them.

The Ministry of Commerce named a Saudi citizen and 10 workers of Indian and Bangladeshi nationalities after a court ruling was issued proving their violation of the anti-commercial fraud and commercial data regulations. The ministry explained that the violators were proven to be involved in engaging in an unlicensed commercial activity by establishing a factory … Read more

Details of the defamation of the citizen “Faisal Al-Talihi” and his brother-in-law, who is Syrian, and the disclosure of their crime and the punishment imposed on them

Al-Marsad newspaper: The Ministry of Commerce denounced the citizen “Faisal bin Salem Al-Talihi”, a Saudi, and the resident, “Bassam Farouk Al-Babili” of Syrian nationality, after a court ruling was issued condemning them to the crime of “commercial cover-up”. This started when the ministry received a report from a resident about the crime of covering up … Read more

A security statement regarding the arrest of two citizens who hunted 8 creatures from the lint… and the disclosure of the value of the fine imposed on them • Al Marsad newspaper

Al-Marsad newspaper – SPA: The Special Forces for Security and Protection seized (4) citizens violating the environmental system by fishing without a license in the Tabuk region, and they were seized with (8) trap objects (lint), (5) firearms, and (725) ammunition. Seizure of the seizures, applying the legal procedures against them, and referring them to … Read more