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Uae Introduces Legal Reforms New laws come into force on January 2, 2022

Saudi Arabia: In this world Saudi Arabia The law is considered to be very strict, but now the biggest legal reform in history has taken place. Saudi Arabia has made changes to its law so that the legal system can be further improved. The President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan has endorsed these legal reforms, which will strengthen economic and business opportunities, increase social stability and ensure individual and institutional rights. These new laws will take effect on January 2, 2022.

The most important rule in these legal reforms is that this law applies to any person who has deliberately murdered or been involved in the killing of a citizen of Saudi Arabia. Even if the crime takes place outside the country. Apart from this, online crimes will be regulated by these laws. Its main purpose is to protect the privacy and rights of false news, rumors and personalities on social media.

What does the new Saudi law say?
These legal reforms include various provisions relating to fake news and false news. Under this, the court has the power to confiscate law, equipment, software and content. Online
Has the right to take action against false and misleading advertisements and advertisements. In addition, illegally Cryptocurrency This includes laws relating to trade and medical products and supplements.

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Under the new law, drinking alcohol in public or in unauthorized places will be considered illegal. In addition, the sale and consumption of alcohol by persons under the age of 21 is prohibited.

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The new laws were introduced after discussions at the local and provincial levels in Saudi Arabia. Work with 50 provincial and local authorities in the last 5 months to draft these laws
Opinions of 540 experts and scholars have been taken.

Tags: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates