“Trade” defames a citizen and resident convicted of the crime of covering up in the textile trade

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The Ministry of Trade defamed a citizen and resident of Yemeni nationality after a court ruling was issued proving that they violated the anti-concealment system, and the citizen enabled the resident to engage in trade in the wholesale and retail trade of ready-to-wear clothes and fabrics in Riyadh.

The Ministry published a summary of the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, which includes imposing a financial fine, closing the facility, liquidating the activity, canceling the license, canceling the commercial register, preventing the concealer from practicing the activity, collecting zakat, fees and taxes, deporting the concealed person from the Kingdom and not allowing him to return to work, and defamation. By publishing the ruling in a newspaper at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case are due to the suspicion of a case of concealment in an establishment engaged in the activity of the textile and garment trade in the Al-Nathim neighborhood in eastern Riyadh, and with the conduct of the case it is evident that the citizen who owns the institution conceals the resident and enables him to manage and conduct its business and act the owner’s disposition. For anti-cover-up system.

It should be noted that the new system for combating concealment, which was recently approved by the Council of Ministers, relied on mechanisms that contribute to restricting the sources of concealment and eliminating the shadow economy.

The system included heavy penalties of up to five years imprisonment, a fine of up to five million riyals, seizure and confiscation of illegal funds for the perpetrators of the crime after final court rulings were issued against them, in addition to other ancillary penalties that included closing the facility at the site of the crime, dissolving the activity, canceling the commercial registry and preventing The convicted person is from practicing any economic activity for a period of five years, and the non-Saudi convicted person is removed from the Kingdom and not allowed to return to work.

The Ministry of Commerce receives the reports of the commercial concealment through the Communications Center on the number 1900, or through the application of a “commercial report” at the link https://mci.gov.sa/C-ap or through the ministry’s website on the Internet, where it gives a financial reward to the whistleblowers up to Up to 30% of the total fines adjudicated after they are collected, which amount to five million riyals for one violator.

Ministry of Commerce

“Commerce” defames a citizen and a resident convicted of the crime of concealment in the trade in textiles and ready-made clothes

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The Ministry of Commerce defamed a citizen and resident of Yemeni nationality after a court ruling was issued proving that they violated the anti-concealment system, and the citizen enabled the resident to engage in trade in the wholesale and retail trade of ready-to-wear clothes and fabrics in Riyadh.

The Ministry published a summary of the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, which includes imposing a financial fine, closing the facility, liquidating the activity, canceling the license, canceling the commercial register, preventing the concealer from practicing the activity, collecting zakat, fees and taxes, deporting the concealed person from the Kingdom and not allowing him to return to work, and defamation. By publishing the ruling in a newspaper at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case are due to the suspicion of a case of concealment in an establishment engaged in the activity of the textile and garment trade in the Al-Nathim neighborhood in eastern Riyadh, and with the conduct of the case it is evident that the citizen who owns the institution conceals the resident and enables him to manage and conduct its business and act the owner’s disposition. For anti-cover-up system.

It should be noted that the new system for combating concealment, which was recently approved by the Council of Ministers, relied on mechanisms that contribute to restricting the sources of concealment and eliminating the shadow economy.

The system included heavy penalties of up to five years in prison, a fine of up to five million riyals, seizure and confiscation of illegal funds for the perpetrators of the crime after final court rulings were issued against them, in addition to other ancillary penalties that included closing the facility at the site of the crime, dissolving the activity, canceling the commercial registry and preventing The convicted person is from practicing any economic activity for a period of five years, and the non-Saudi convicted person is removed from the Kingdom and not allowed to return to work.

The Ministry of Commerce receives the reports of the commercial concealment through the Communications Center on the number 1900, or through the application of a “commercial report” at the link https://mci.gov.sa/C-ap or through the ministry’s website on the Internet, where it gives a financial reward to the whistleblowers up to Up to 30% of the total fines adjudicated after they have been collected, which amount to five million riyals for one violator.

January 01, 2021 – Jumada Al-Awwal 17, 1442

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The Ministry of Commerce defamed a citizen and resident of Yemeni nationality after a court ruling was issued proving that they violated the anti-concealment system, and the citizen enabled the resident to engage in trade in the wholesale and retail trade of ready-to-wear clothes and fabrics in Riyadh.

The Ministry published a summary of the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, which includes imposing a financial fine, closing the facility, liquidating the activity, canceling the license, canceling the commercial register, preventing the concealer from practicing the activity, collecting zakat, fees and taxes, deporting the concealed person from the Kingdom and not allowing him to return to it to work, and defamation. By publishing the ruling in a newspaper at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case are due to the suspicion of a case of concealment in an establishment engaged in the activity of the textile and garment trade in the Al-Nathim neighborhood in eastern Riyadh, and with the conduct of the case it is evident that the citizen who owns the establishment conceals the resident and enables him to manage and conduct its business and act the owner’s disposition. For anti-cover-up system.

It should be noted that the new system for combating concealment, which was recently approved by the Council of Ministers, relied on mechanisms that contribute to restricting the sources of concealment and eliminating the shadow economy.

The system included heavy penalties of up to five years in prison, a fine of up to five million riyals, seizure and confiscation of illegal funds for the perpetrators of the crime after final court rulings were issued against them, in addition to other ancillary penalties that included closing the facility at the site of the crime, dissolving the activity, canceling the commercial registry and preventing The convicted person from practicing any economic activity for a period of five years, and the non-Saudi convicted person is removed from the Kingdom and not allowed to return to work.

The Ministry of Commerce receives the reports of the commercial concealment through the Communications Center on the number 1900, or through the application of a “commercial report” at the link https://mci.gov.sa/C-ap or through the ministry’s website on the Internet, where it gives a financial reward to the whistleblowers up to Up to 30% of the total fines adjudicated after they are collected, which amount to five million riyals for one violator.





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