Amir of Qatar removes three ministers being investigated
Qatar, Politics, 4/6/2005
The Amir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani, issued an Amiri decree for reshuffling the Cabinet. According to the decree, three ministers lost their posts: the chairman of the Amir's court, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Muhammad Bin Saud al-Thani; the minister of state for the Cabinet affairs, Muhammad Bin Issa al-Muhtadi; and the minister of al-Awqaf and Islamic trusts, Muhammad Abdul Latif al-Mane'.
According to the reshuffle, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Bin Saud al-Thani assigned the post of the presidency of the Amir court while the post of al-Awqaf ministry and Islamic affairs for Faisal Bin Abdullah al-Mahmoud..
Several days ago, the Qatari papers indicated that the three ministers were summoned by the attorney general over being accused of investing funds in al-Doha market for banknotes, illegally.
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