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Nazaha Refers an Investigator at the General Department for Investigations to the Public Prosecution
Kuwait Anticorruption Authority (Nazaha) has referred an investigator at the General Department for Investigations to the Public Prosecution for the obstruction of justice, an act that is criminalized according to Article 146 of the Penal Code No. 16 of 1960, as well as Article 22 of the Law No. 2 of 2016 on the establishment of Kuwait Anticorruption Authority.
19/09/2021
Nazaha and KTS discuss “Reporting Corruption and its Consequences in Kuwait”
Kuwait Anticorruption Authority (Nazaha) held a meeting with Kuwait Transparency Society (KTS), reflecting its aim to encourage cooperation and coordination with civil society organization in promoting integrity and anticorruption.
15/09/2021
Nazaha refers former MEW leaders and others for prosecution
Kuwait Anticorruption Authority (Nazaha) has investigated and referred former leaders and other officials at the Ministry of Electricity and Water to the Public Prosecution for serious damage to public funds, an act that is criminalized according to Article 14 of the Law No. 1 of 1993 on the protection of public funds.
09/09/2021
Nazaha refers police officers at the MOI to the Public Prosecution for falsification of official documents
Kuwait Anticorruption Authority (Nazaha) stated that according to its mandate on receiving serious and complete whistleblower reports as per Law No. 2 of 2016 and its bylaws, it has investigated and referred police officers at the Ministry of Interior to the Public Prosecution for the falsification of official documents, an act that is criminalized as per Articles 257, 259, and 260 of the Penal Code as well as Article 19 of Law No. 1 of 1993 on the protection of public funds.
23/08/2021
Nazaha about to interview the candidates who applied for its administrative positions
Kuwait Anticorruption Authority (Nazaha) announced that it had completed the second phase of the recruitment process, namely the written tests, for the newly graduated and experienced applicants who applied for the administrative vacancies. Nazaha noted that it would proceed with the third and final phase, in which applicants who passed the written tests would be interviewed personally.
20/11/2019
Nazaha participates at Kuwait International Book Fair
Kuwait Anticorruption Authority (Nazaha) announced that it would participate at the 44th Kuwait International Book Fair, held under the patronage of the Minister of Information H.E. Mohammed Nasser Al-Jabri from 20 to 30 November at the Kuwait International Fair in Mishrif.
19/11/2019
Press release by Nazaha regarding a report to the Attorney General on the “Army Fund”
Kuwait Anticorruption Authority’s (Nazaha) spokesperson Dr. Mohammed Abdulrahman Buzubar, the Assistant Secretary-General for the Detection of Corruption and Investigation, stated that Nazaha followed what had been trending in social media and newspapers about the suspected abuse of the so-called “Army Fund” and the subsequent statements by the relevant officials as well as the referral of the incident to the Attorney General.
17/11/2019

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President’s Word


​​​​   The State of Kuwait has always been keen to implement all necessary measures to eliminate corruption and its devastating effects on the social, economic, and political aspects of life. This was reflected in the establishment of Kuwait Anticorruption Authority (Nazaha), which was provided with the required authorities to fulfill its goals.

   Over the years, Nazaha has spared no effort in establishing itself, raising awareness on its goals and mandate, and building its administrative and technical capabilities. However, it is still believed that Nazaha can do more in enhancing integrity and transparency in society.

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