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Deportation for expats repeatedly breaking traffic law
November 25, 2017, 3:01 pm

Director of the General Public Relations and Security Media Department Brigadier Adel Al-Hashash announced that the ministry will deport any expatriate, who is repeatedly caught violating the recently introduced law of driving without a safety belt and using a mobile by hand while driving.

In a televised interview concerning the new traffic law and controversial penalties introduced for the above-mentioned violations to impound the vehicle for two months, Al-Hashash pointed out that an expatriate who repeats the violation will be sent packing.

The traffic law permits impounding of vehicle, while existing articles give the Minister of Interior the right to deport those who violate general order and laws of the country. He called on the public to adhere to traffic rules and cooperate with the traffic officers for the safety of motorists and other road users.

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