“Anti-Corruption” questions the integrity of the “Periodic Inspection” and indicates the possibility of deliberately sabotaging cars

“Anti-Corruption” questions the integrity of the “Periodic Inspection” and indicates the possibility of deliberately sabotaging cars

“Anti-Corruption” questions the integrity of the “Periodic Inspection” and indicates the possibility of deliberately sabotaging cars

A report by the National Anti-Corruption Authority “Nazaha” indicated that the ownership of the periodic vehicle technical inspection stations is for one company; To operate the lands of the workshops adjacent to 22 stations in various regions of the Kingdom, which may lead to the company deliberately failing the cars; So that the workshops and the company benefit alike.

The report indicated, according to the “Al-Riyadh” newspaper, that the company operating the inspection stations seeks to achieve the largest profit for it, through the program linking the incentive rate to the failure of the vehicle, pointing to the lack of inspection stations in some governorates, and the failure to operate all the tracks in the stations, in addition to a shortage The technical staff of others, and the lack of equipment and facilities in a number of examination stations.

The authority confirmed that the observations contained in its report will be presented to the High Commissioner, with a proposal to refer them to the committee formed by the Ministries of Interior, Finance, Trade and Economy.

The Shura Council had approved a recommendation to break the monopoly of periodic inspection, and to open the way for other companies. To provide periodic technical inspection service for cars.

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