Saudi king issues decrees to promote judges, Public Prosecution staff
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Thursday issued a royal order promoting and appointing 161 judges in the Ministry of Justice at various levels of the judiciary.
Minister of Justice, Dr. Walid Al-Samaani, also chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council, said that the order is an extension of the continuous support provided by the king and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the judiciary and “the administration of justice,” Saudi Press Agency reported.
King Salman issued a separate decree promoting a number of members of the Public Prosecution Office to the ranks of their career corps.
Attorney General Sheikh Saud Al-Mujaib, also chairman of the Public Prosecution Council, urged the Public Prosecution employees to redouble their efforts and carry out their duties for benefit of the society.