In this regard, the authority apprehended a deputy head of a gas company over taking a bribe of EGP 250,000 from officials at a private transport company, in return for assigning the transport of gas supplies to the company.
The detained officials were charged with receiving LE $2 million ($111,763.68) in bribes for accepting a tender bid from a commodities supply company.
ACA succeeded in foiling several corruption and bribery attempt cases during the past week, estimated to be worth LE 3 billion and LE 77 million respectively.
The Administrative Control Authority unveiled several corruption cases in less than a week.
The first round took place on Monday in Paris without bringing results as none of the candidates got an absolute majority.
A new blow was given to the Ministry of Supply when the Giza supply official was seized for taking LE 1 million ($56 thousand) in bribes.
Finance Minister Deputy for Tax Affairs and three others were referred to a criminal court for asking for a bribe of 4 million EGP.
"The Suez Canal Authority will take legal actions against everyone who spreads false and misleading news about the canal."