Saudi Arabia: Employee abuse will now be very expensive

Riyadh: The Secretary General of the Anti-Human Trafficking Committee in Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Al-Masri, has warned that the abuse of domestic workers is a crime under the law of human trafficking. His sentence is 10 years imprisonment and a fine of 1 million riyals.

According to Saudi media, the Secretary General, speaking on a private TV program, said that in view of the number of domestic workers in the kingdom, regulations have been set to protect their rights, which must be followed.

Elaborating on the anti-human trafficking regulations, he said that the most common of the various crimes of human trafficking is forced labor.

He emphasized that legal action and penalties were imposed on employers who found evidence of forced labor and domestic violence.

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