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Freedom of expression, association and assembly The government exercised control over expression, at times censoring content in the media or cinema deemed to be immoral. At least 26 Emirati prisoners remained behind bars because of their peaceful political criticism. In January, the Office of Public Prosecution announced that it had summoned “a number” of people who had posted videos online simply reporting rocket attacks on the UAE by Yemen’s Huthi militia, warning that any reporting of such incidents on social media violates the country’s laws. Arbitrary detention The UAE was responsible for dozens of new and ongoing arbitrary detentions. The authorities refused to release at least 41 prisoners who completed their sentences during the year, bringing the total number, including those from previous years, to 48. All 41 were part of the “UAE-94” mass trial of 2012-2013. The government characterized such detentions as ongoing “counselling” for those who have “adopted extremist thought, ” a procedure authorized under Article 40 of the 2014 counter-terrorism law. The law requires the Office of Public Prosecution to obtain a court order for such detentions, but does not give the detainee the right to challenge their continued detention. United Arab Emirates | Story Stream Ending US Support to the Saudi-led Coalition Will Not End the War in YemenBrian CarterDecember 13, 2022. Yemen's Houthis and the expansion of Iran's Axis of ... The authorities extended the arbitrary detention of tens of mass trial victims past the end of their prison terms, and subjected one human rights defender and one dissident to extended ill-treatment. The government renewed its stance against recognizing the rights of refugees. Background In May, Mohamed bin Zayed became president after his brother, President Khalifa bin Zayed, died and the Federal Supreme Council, consisting of the rulers of the country’s seven emirates, appointed Mohamed to replace him. The UAE continued to participate in the military coalition committing frequent and serious violations of international law in Yemen (see Yemen entry). Human rights in United Arab EmiratesAmnesty International takes no position on issues of sovereignty or territorial disputes. Borders on this map are based on UN Geospatial data. Back to United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates (UAE) put into effect new laws that significantly curtail freedom of expression and assembly. Article 178, a new provision, forbids transferring “without a licence” any official “information” to any “organization”, which taken literally criminalizes most transmission of governmental information. Article 184 decreased the punishment for “anyone who mocks, insults, or damages the reputation, prestige or standing of the state” or “its founding leaders” from 10-25 years to a maximum of five years. Article 210 decreased the punishment for participating in any public gathering “tending to damage public security” from up to 15 years to a maximum of three years. Article 26 of the new Law on Combating Rumours and Cybercrimes, which also went into effect on 2 January, imposes up to three years’ imprisonment on anyone who uses the internet to encourage a demonstration without prior permission from the government. In June, the Media Regulatory Office banned Lightyear, a US-produced film because it depicted a same-sex kiss. Also in June, the newspaper Al Roeya, which is published by a company owned by Deputy Prime Minister Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, fired almost all its journalists and editors because the paper had reported on how Emiratis were reacting to the rising price of energy. The print newspaper then ceased publication, with the website kept online by a skeleton staff and publishing only business news. In August, the Media Regulatory Office and Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority instructed Netflix to remove same-sex content from its services in the UAE or face prosecution. The new Code of Crimes and Punishments, which went into effect on 2 January, brought in some reduction of sentences but retained overly broad provisions that criminalize free expression and assembly, and added a new clause punishing unauthorized transmission of governmental information. Iran - United Arab Emirates Feb 1, 2023 — Iran vs United Arab Emirates :: February 1, 2022 :: Live Streaming and TV Listings, Live Scores, News and Videos by Live Soccer TV.

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