Proposal to ensure respectable social behaviors in public places

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Parliamentarian Majed Mousa Al-Mutairi submitted a draft law for safeguarding law and order by proposing to ban large number of behaviors and practices in public places.

According to him, the proposal aims to prevent untoward incidents and negative phenomena such as blaring music, vandalism, littering, inappropriate clothing such as wearing pyjamas in public, verbal abuse and provocations.

The bill bans people from appearing in public in underwear or sleeping pajamas, or playing loud music that could disturb the public. It prohibits writing or drawing on walls in public places a prior approval of authorities or using children and women in activities that pose a danger to them or scare them. The bill also bans taking pictures of others without their consent in order to make fun of them, besides not respecting queues in public places or for obtaining services. It bans spitting in public places, throwing trash or cigarettes from cars and placing advertisement posters on walls of private homes without seeking prior permission. The bill proposes a fine of between KD 500 and KD 1,000 for violators.


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Sr
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Good decision.. first start from Malia& faheel Bengali market area continues one week municipality make clean campaign surgical stricke evening time.

expat
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
first start discipline from your homes specially with young members....all else will automatically turn to normal behavior.. good luck......

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