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    [size=52]Parliamentary law defines the categories not included in the proposed law replacing punishment with financial amounts[/size]

    [size=45]The Legal Committee in the House of Representatives announced the inclusion of a proposed law replacing the penalty with sums of money for the first reading, while clarifying the objectives of the law and the groups not included.[/size]
    [size=45]Committee member, Raed Al-Maliki, said, “The proposed law replacing the penalty of deprivation of liberty with sums of money was presented by us and placed on the agenda for the first reading.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Maliki explained, “The idea of ​​the law was proposed in 2019 by the Supreme Judicial Council, because the law gives an opportunity to those convicted for minor crimes that do not exceed 3 years’ imprisonment, with exceptions for some crimes, and the remainder of their sentence can be replaced with sums of money, provided that it remains The criminal record exists and is not lifted from the prisoner.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “The amount, according to what came from the Supreme Judicial Council, is 50 thousand dinars per day, but we found that it will only serve those with money, so the current proposal submitted by the Finance Committee is only 10 thousand dinars per day.”[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, “The proposal has many restrictions, and the most important of its provisions is not to include crimes of financial and administrative corruption and drug trafficking, in addition to not including those who previously benefited from a general amnesty, and moral crimes such as incest, prostitution, sodomy, theft of antiquities, the use of silencer weapons, their possession or trade, and crimes Which affect the internal and external security of the state, espionage, and a group of crimes that reach 12 crimes and may be increased.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stated, “The proposal stipulates that the second party must waive, and tolerance remains for the public right, and it pays what is owed to the second party if there are financial sums for the complainant,” pointing out that “the proposal has a humanitarian aspect, alleviating financial burdens, and giving an opportunity to those involved.”[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out that “the proposal stipulates that 3 months must pass for those currently sentenced, and does not include what comes after the law enters into force, so that some criminals do not exploit the law and commit crimes and come away with a sum of money. Therefore, the law will only include convicts whose sentences have been effective for three months or more,” noting that “The law has two conditions, the first is that a request be submitted by the prisoner, and the second condition is that the judge accepts inclusion according to the court’s discretion.”[/size]
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