Public Prosecution Inaugurates Office in Hamad International Airport

Doha, Qatar Public Prosecution opened today an office in Hamad International Airport with the aim of facilitate for passengers the process of paying penalties if they have.

The new office allows passengers who have received fines and are prevented from travel to pay their fines and lift the ban. The 24/7 office has other services including inquiries. Members of the public prosecution are available around the clock to make the necessary procedures in a matter of minutes.

HE Attorney-General Dr Ali bin Fetais Al Marri told reporters said that any person who finds out he is banned from travel can approach the office and pay any fines if they have any. He noted that the office can only process travel bans issued by the public prosecution and not by any other state authority. He also announced intentions of opening another office at the Abo Samra crossing.

The new office is the latest step by the public prosecution in swift justice and help process some of the verdicts that might prevent some pf the passengers from leaving the country. The new office will also look into crimes that took place aboard planes such as smoking, making noise or not following the directions of the cabin crew among others.

Source: Qatar News Agency