Corrupt officials to be defamed in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia’s latest effort in combating corruption is to promote defamation as a potential punishment. According to local daily Arab News, Saudi Arabia’s formal advisory body, the Shoura Council, is urging the National Anti-Corruption Commission to adapt its regulations to allow corrupt officials to be publicly named and shamed by publishing their photos and personal details.
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