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The Saudi Public Prosecution confirmed that printing, publishing, or using a Kingdom’s currency or part of a legally circulating paper currency is prohibited, and that violators face penalties.
The Saudi Public Prosecution’s official Twitter handle stated in a tweet, “It is prohibited to print, publish, or use a currency or part of the face of a paper currency in circulation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia without a license or in violation of the restrictions and controls regulating that.”
The Public Prosecution (Nayaba Al-Aama) stated that violators of such acts will face a jail term of up to one year and a fine of up to 1,000 riyals.
Earlier this month, the Nayaba Al-Aaama reaffirmed that human trafficking in any form is prohibited in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
According to the Saudi Public Prosecution, it is illegal to traffic any person in any way, including through coercion, threat, fraud, deception, kidnapping, or abuse of position or influence.
According to the authority, this also includes the abuse of power over a person or the exploitation of his vulnerability, as well as providing or receiving sums of money or benefits in order to obtain the consent of a power with control for the purpose of sexual assault.
Those who possess items obtained from one of the crimes specified in the Law Combating Crimes of Trafficking in Persons, conceals them, spends them, or hides one or more of those who participated in it, with the intent of assisting him to elude justice with his knowledge of that, or contributes to concealing signs of the crime.
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