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Deportation for expats caught operating ‘makeshift’ markets
October 24, 2017, 8:33 am
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Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah has issued orders to deport 22 expatriates who were arrested from makeshift markets, reports Al-Anba daily. The decision to deport them is in line with implementation of the regulations related to violation of the residency law. No further details were available.

Employee bribed: Security operatives are looking for a citizen who presented a cheque to an employee of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor as a bribe to facilitate his transaction, reports Al-Rai daily. The lady employee filed a complaint at a police station in the Capital and said the citizen submitted an application that did not meet specifications, and he tried to bribe her to complete the transaction. Apparently, the citizen left the premises and returned 30 minutes later with a cheque and tried to bribe the lady employee when she asked him to complete the missing documents. She expelled him and notified her supervisor about it. She provided details of the citizen to the police, and a case of bribery was registered.

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