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Resident deported but with prison sentence and Financial Penalty

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A Resident deported but with prison sentence and Financial Penalty. The Ministry of Commerce announced the issuance of a prison sentence, deportation, and financial fine for a resident who manufactured fake detergents during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Resident deported but with prison sentence and Financial Penalty

A spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce, Abdul Rahman Al-Hussein, explained that the ministry will defame the resident who took advantage of the pandemic, and a court ruling for defamation was issued against him.

He added that the ruling included imprisonment for a year, deportation from the Kingdom after the end of his sentence, and not being allowed to return to the Kingdom to work, in addition to a fine.

Source: Akhbaar 24


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