The Minister of Education has referred forged certificates to the public prosecution

The Minister of Education and Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Adel Al-Adwani, has approved recommendations from the Ministry of Education’s investigation committee regarding high school certificates from Arab countries certified by the General Administration of Private Education. Certificates from Gulf and Arab countries and other regions found to be forged have been referred to the Public Prosecution, with their equivalency withdrawn and corrective measures initiated with relevant authorities.

Dr. Al-Adwani emphasized his commitment to enforcing the law and combating violations to advance reforms and secure the country’s future. He also approved the Ministry of Higher Education’s Legal Sector recommendation to refer post-secondary school certificates to the Public Prosecution for submitting falsified documents and altering certificate data to obtain equivalency.

The minister reiterated his dedication to tackling the issue of forged certificates, stressing that these referrals mark just the beginning of a broader effort to safeguard the education system and labor market. The goal is to ensure integrity, transparency, and fairness, thereby enhancing the quality and productivity of the workforce and contributing positively to the national economy.

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