Trafficking of human organs is also prohibited under Federal Law No. 51 of 2006 on Combating Human Trafficking Crimes. Article 1 of the law provides: Exploitation includes all forms of sexual abuse, involuntary servitude, mistreatment, coercion and abuse of work force, as well as illegal trading in human organs.
The court also decided to punish each of the four defendants (PPL, GPL, KCRS, GBA) with a five-year imprisonment term and a fine of Dhs10m and deportation.
The Public Prosecution on Monday published an awareness video on its social media accounts, coinciding with the Emirati Children’s Day.
Sheikh Hamdan took to Twitter and said, “As promised in September 2019,the results of Dubai Gov't Customer & Employee Happiness Index are released every year on January 18. This year's results are promising, despite global COVID-19 challenges. Average customer happiness reached 84% & average employee happiness reached 89%.”
The police said that a fine of Dhs10,000 for the organiser of the gathering and each guest will be fined Dhs5,000.
The UAE Public Prosecution has clarified articles of Federal Law no. 9 for 1976 on juvenile delinquents and vagrancy.
The Public Prosecution confirmed that whoever spreads false rumours to cause panic among people or harm the public interest would be punished by the Federal Penal Code.
A custodian cannot expose their children to rejection, homelessness or neglect, leave them without supervision or monitoring, refrain from their guidance, not handle their affairs, not enrol them at an educational institution, or neglect their education without due reason.
Salem Al Zaabi said, “We call upon the public, to adhere to the procedures, and we confirm that the concerned authorities are keen to achieve a balanced and gradual return of activity."
The UAE Public Prosecution on Saturday published a video on its social media accounts to raise awareness on the penalties regarding the possession and distribution of material that incites racial, religious and cultural hatred.