18,898 travel bans imposed on Kuwaitis, expats since Jan to Mar ’23

18,898 travel bans imposed on Kuwaitis, expats since Jan to Mar ’23

KUWAIT CITY, April 26: The latest statistics released by the Ministry of Justice revealed that travel ban was imposed on 18,898 citizens and expatriates in the first quarter of this year – from Jan 1 to March 31, reports Al-Qabas daily. The daily obtained a copy of the statistics, showing that the Farwaniya Execution Department recorded the highest number of individuals banned from traveling with 4,895; followed by Ahmadi with 3,658; Jahra with 3,086; Hawally with 3,004; the Capital with 2,784 and Mubarak Al-Kabeer with 1,471. Legal sources disclosed that most of these cases are due to marital expenses and traffic violations

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On the number of lifted travel ban, the statistics revealed that the number reached 10,657 with the Capital Execution Department recording the highest – 3,740; followed by Farwaniya with 2,183; Jahra with 1,608; Hawally with 1,305; Ahmadi with 1,288 and Mubarak Al-Kabeer with 553. In addition, the number of individuals banned from traveling as per of rulings of family courts reached 1,079 with the Hawally Execution Department recording the highest – 322, followed by Farwaniya with 198, Jahra with 187, the Capital with 180, Ahmadi with 112 and Mubarak Al-Kabeer with 80.

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