156 men and women appointed as Public Prosecution investigators

156 men and women appointed as Public Prosecution investigators
The order comes within the framework of the king’s support to the Public Prosecution and efforts to achieve more stability and prosperity for the public judicial system, said Saudi Arabia’s Public Prosecutor Sheikh Saud Al-Muajab.

The order also comes within the framework of the king's support to the Public Prosecution and efforts. This is to achieve more stability and prosperity for the public judicial system; said Saudi Arabia's Public Prosecutor Sheikh Saud Al-Muajab.

The move highlighted the "great role of women" in providing them the opportunity to work in the judicial field; through the public prosecution. This is to enhance their presence in serving the country in line with the Kingdom's vision, Al-Muajab also added.

Earlier this year, Saudi King Salman, issued a royal order, promoting 436 members of the Public Prosecution in various ranks, the SPA reported.

Public Prosecutor Sheikh Saud Al-Moajab explained that the royal order comes within the unlimited support of King Salman as well as the Crown Prince to the public prosecution.

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