riyad - In three years of corruption investigation in Saudi Arabia, the authorities are looking for at least $ 100 billion (over 86 billion euros) and more than two hundred people have been called for accountability. This reported the Saudi prosecutor general Sjeik Saud al-Mojeb on Thursday.
According to him, 208 people were told about 'systematic corruption and eclipse'. Seven of them have been released without being accused of being accused. Saud al-Mojeb said that the investigation has blocked numerous bank accounts, but only from individuals and not companies.