Mohammed Salah (Ras Al Khaimah)
Yesterday, the Ras Al Khaimah Criminal Court, headed by Adviser Sameh Shaker, sentenced former employee Al-Qa'ahahah and the sixth defendant to damage state money, which played a role as an intermediary, imprisoned for up to 10 years for both and accused six persons. The second defendant was sentenced to three years in prison and the fourth and fifth defendants were sentenced to one year in prison, and the court accused the defendants of two million and 400,000 dirham and a similar fine.
Defendants, according to the case file, were able to obtain public funds by renting an apartment house and leasing it to an investor as a hotel apartment. Public funding is reflected in the fact that the company does not receive a lease during the license period and the aforementioned amount.
The third defendant was acquitted in a case whose role was solely to issue a license for the building in question.
The third defendant's lawyer asked to justify all charges against him for not being involved in the incident and that the withdrawal of the license was within her jurisdiction and after the completion of the building in accordance with the required requirements. Fine.