New law in Saudi Arabia, beware!

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia is implementing new anti-begging laws under which arrested beggars will be punished and their database will be created.

According to Arab media reports, the Saudi government intends to establish a database of arrested beggars after the implementation of the new anti-begging law, the new law will be implemented 88 days later.

The Interior Ministry has warned that all forms and methods of begging will be banned, and anyone involved in begging will be imprisoned for a maximum of one year and fined 100,000 riyals.

The report states that the new law provides for the establishment of a database of beggars so that they can be easily identified, as well as legal action.

Under the new rules, they will be warned the first time they are arrested, and if they are caught begging a second time, the agency has the right to punish them. The Interior Ministry has the power to arrest beggars.

Keep in mind that those who run organized begging gangs in the country will also be caught.


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