Monday, April 19, 2010

In the context of Dubai's campaign against official corruption investigation with the Governor of the DIFC, the former

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Check the Dubai Public Prosecution with the former governor of the world financial center in the Principality Omar Bin Sulaiman, on alleged irregularities in the report of the Department of financial control and seized an amount of AED 50 million for unlawfully during his previous term. He denied Essam Al Humaidan, Attorney-General of the Emirate of Dubai, the release of the Bin Sulaiman on bail, noting that investigations were still ongoing with him. Attorney-General of the Emirate of Dubai to the attempt by some relatives of Omar Bin Sulaiman, apply on behalf of the public to pay the amount of AED 50 million compared to the equivalent amount (bonus), which seized him and said that bail is not included in this regard. The probe comes with the former Governor of the Dubai International Financial Centre as part of a campaign to detect corruption by the Government of Dubai, unveiled by Police Chief General Dahi Khalfan Tamim, earlier, in which he commended to the existence of a list of some 36 senior officials and staff in the Emirate involved in corruption in the Following the financial crisis affected the world of Dubai. Observers point out that on behalf of Dubai will bring to justice a number of those issues during the coming period. The emirate's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, dismissed Dr. Omar Bin Sulaiman, from his post last November and took her place Ahmed Humaid Al Tayer, Minister of State for Finance and former Transport Minister, who holds the post of Chairman of the Board of Directors of Communications and Chairman of Dubai Bank UAE national is -conservatives in the emirate. The Omar bin Sulaiman is also Vice Chairman of the UAE Central Bank. It is noteworthy that the Dubai International Financial Centre was established in 2004 and attracts more than 180 companies and global financial institution based in the Centre regional offices.

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