Saudi to fine those who disrupt census work – Gulf Insider

GASTAT’s spokesman Mohmmad Al-Dukhainy clarified that the participation in the General Population Census is mandatory and questions asked by census interviewers must be answered.

According to Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Al-Dukhainy said the country’s general statistics law has granted GASTAT the authority to apply monetary fines to anyone who knowingly disrupts the census work, refuses to provide the required data, or provides incorrect data.

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