The law, which was initially passed by the Kingdom’s Shura Council earlier last month, was passed and approved by the Council of Ministers.

Saudi Arabia passes new anti-concealment law, including protection of whistleblowers

The Kingdom’s new anti-concealment law, approved by the Council of Ministers at its meeting on Tuesday; includes heavy penalties of jail time and fines, as well as protection of whistleblowers, the ministry of commerce has said. The new law stipulates up to five years in jail and fines of SR5mn for the violators. The law,...

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