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PA accuses 3 government employees of financial corruption
Published Thursday 05/12/2013 (updated) 05/12/2013 20:02
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NABLUS (Ma'an) -- The Palestinian Authority general prosecution has been tracking the bank accounts of two employees in the Ministry of finance and a third who quit three months ago, the Finance Minister Shukri Bishara said Thursday.

Government sources told Ma'an that three high-profile employees were referred to the Palestinian anti-corruption commission for investigation over suspected financial offenses.

The minister, however, denied that the employees were referred to the corruption commission. Investigations are still ongoing, he said, and it is too early to reveal details.

The officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, asserted that the suspects' private bank accounts were being tracked upon a decision by the general prosecution.

The head of the PA's anti-corruption commission Rafiq Natsha had told Ma'an two weeks ago that the number of complaints reporting of corruption in public office was on the rise.
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