UAE: Residents to Face Deportation for Breaking Rules

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People who repeatedly flout ‘stay at home’ measures and endanger others’ lives are inviting harsh punishments including deportation, a senior police officer has said.

“Breaking the stay at home rules and going out for non-emergency reasons, or stepping out of homes without movement permit are crimes and subject to deportation,” said Col Saeed Al Hajeri, head of the Cyber Crime Department at Dubai Police, in an exclusive interview with Khaleej Times.

“The UAE’s Attorney-General has already announced the fines and punishments for breaking rules on social distancing and curfew restrictions. Repeated offenders or those who commit crimes that have a ‘snowball’ effect on the society will be fined, jailed and deported at the end of their term.”

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