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  1. United Arab Emirates - Elimination of forced labour - Law, Act

    Federal Law No. 1 of 2015 amending some provisions of Federal Law No. 51 of 2006 on Combating Human Trafficking Crimes. - Legislation online in English Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2015-01-28 | Date of entry into force: 2015-01-29 | ARE-2015-L-101815

    Articles 1,2,3,8,9,12,13,14 of Federal Law No. 51 of 2006 on Combating Human Trafficking Crimes are amended and replaced by new paragraphs.
    Additional Articles 1(bis)1 ,1(bis)2 ,6(bis) ,11(bis)1 ,11(bis)2 ,13(bis) added to Federal Law No. 51 of 2006 on Combating Human Trafficking Crimes.

  2. United Arab Emirates - Elimination of forced labour - Law, Act

    Federal Law No. 51 of 2006 on Combatting Human Trafficking Crimes. - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2006-11-09 | ARE-2006-L-78234

    Provides that a person who traffics in human beings shall be sentenced to a minimum period of five years in prison, with a maximum of life imprisonment if there are aggravating circumstances (i.e. foundation of a trafficking network; if the victim is a woman, child or disabled person; the crime was committed through deception or force or threats of force; the crime was committed by two or more persons or an armed person; if a person is a member of a criminal organization or participated in acts of the group; if the perpetrator is the spouse of the victim or has other authority over him/her; the perpetrator is a public servant or in charge of a public service; if the crime was of a transitional type. Provides penalties for other persons involved in trafficking. Also provides for the establishment of the National Committee for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, sets out its composition and competencies.


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