The Public Prosecution on Monday published an awareness video on its social media accounts, coinciding with the Emirati Children’s Day.
The UAE Public Prosecution has clarified articles of Federal Law no. 9 for 1976 on juvenile delinquents and vagrancy.
The Public Prosecution has said that punishment will be if a beggar is healthy and has a source of income, has faked an injury or permanent impairment or used any other means to deceive people with the aim of obtaining benefits.
People caught disclosing without authorisation online confidential information obtained in the course of, or due to employment, can face jail and up to Dhs1 million in fines, warned the UAE's Public Prosecution.
The UAE Public Prosecution explained on Sunday that custodians who expose children in their care to any form of rejection, homelessness or neglect shall be imprisoned or fined not less than Dhs5,000.
According to Article 280 of the Federal Penal Code, whoever escapes after being arrested, detained or placed under protective custody in accordance with the law shall be punished by detention for a period not less than two years.
The UAE Federal Public Prosecution has stated that it was prohibited to circulate any material targeting children that encourage behaviour which violate the principles of public order and morality.
The UAE Public Prosecution on Saturday has explained that 'who ever deliberately removes, breaks, or damages signboards and surveillance cameras will be jailed for a duration not less than a year and a fine of not less than Dhs50,000.
"The Public Prosecution will receive complaints against any senior official. They will be referred to investigation in coordination with the Cabinet," tweeted Sheikh Mohammed.
The Prosecution pointed out that, according to Article 4 of Federal Decree-Law No. 2 of 2015 on combating discrimination and hatred, whoever commits any of the following acts is considered a perpetrator of the offence of blasphemy.