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  1. Qatar - Droit pénal et procédure pénale - Loi

    Law No. (2) Of 2020 amending certain provisions of the Penal Code promulgated by Law No. (11) Of 2004. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-01-19 | QAT-2020-L-110368

  2. Qatar - Droit pénal et procédure pénale - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Decree No. 42 of 2014 ratifying an International Agreement on the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2014-10-29 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2014-10-02 | QAT-2014-R-100251

    Qatar Government ratifies the International Agreement on the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism.

  3. Qatar - Droit pénal et procédure pénale - Loi

    Law No. 14 of 2014 Promulgating the Cybercrime Prevention Law. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2014-10-02 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2014-10-02 | QAT-2014-L-100242

    Section I: Definitions
    Section II: Crimes
    Chapter I:Crimes Pertaining to Hacking Information Systems, Information Software, Information Networks and Websites
    Chapter II: Content Crimes
    Chapter III: Electronic Forgery and Fraud
    Chapter IV: Crimes Pertaining to Electronic Transactions Cards
    Chapter V: Violating Intellectual Property Rights
    Section III: Procedures
    Chapter I: Evidence and Investigation Procedures
    Chapter II: Service Providers Obligations
    Chapter III: State Authorities' Obligations
    Section IV: International Cooperation
    Chapter I: General Rules
    Chapter II: Mutual Legal Assistance
    Chapter III: Extradition of Criminals
    Section V: General Provisions

  4. Qatar - Droit pénal et procédure pénale - Loi

    Criminal Procedure Code (Law No. 23 of 2004). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004-06-30 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-10-01 | QAT-2004-L-91461

    Repeals the Criminal Procedure Code (Law No. 15 of 1971). Regulates matters related to the procedure for criminal cases.

  5. Qatar - Droit pénal et procédure pénale - Loi

    Penal Code (Act No. 11 of 2004). (قانون رقم ( 11 ( لسنة 2004 بإصدار قانون العقوبات 11 / 2004) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004 | QAT-2004-L-69023

  6. Qatar - Droit pénal et procédure pénale - Loi

    Act No. 3 of 1995 Organizing Prisons.

    Adoption: 1995-05-22 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1995-08-10 | QAT-1995-L-42985

    Detailed provisions concerning the different types of prisons; their administration; prison records; functions and duties of prison directors and officers (which include "supervision of work in the prison, ensuring it is carried out in an orderly fashion and preventing any violation of laws and regulations"); admission of detainees; separation of detainees into categories according to age, criminal record and length of sentence; rights of detainees; etc. The work of detainees is regulated by sections 22-25. Those in pretrial detention on non-political charges and persons not sentenced to hard labour or death (cat.A) are not required to work, except to clean their cells, unless their skills are needed in connection with work in the prison in which case their consent and "appropriate" remuneration will be paid to them. If they wish to practice their occupations, however, the prison administration must provide them with the means of doing so. Detainees sentenced to hard labour (cat.B) are paid for their work and can send part of their pay to their family (at least half of it being withheld and saved up for payment upon release from prison). Hours of work must not exceed 8 hours per day, and official holidays and Fridays are observed as days of rest (non-Muslims are not required to work on their religious holidays). The types of work to be assigned to detainees will be specified in the regulations.


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