Commitment to public taste is a condition for entering the Riyadh season

The General Entertainment Authority has set a set of terms and conditions for those wishing to attend the activities of the Riyadh Season in its second edition, and obtain tickets, including viewing the list of preserving public taste, and acknowledging and complying with the provisions stipulated in the regulation.

List to maintain public taste

Article one

For the purposes of implementing this regulation, the following terms and expressions shall have the meanings given in front of each of them, unless the context requires otherwise:

1. The Regulation: The Regulation for Preserving Public Taste.

2. Public Taste: A set of behaviors and etiquette that express the values, principles and identity of society, according to the foundations and ingredients stipulated in the Basic Law of Governance.

3. Public places: sites accessible to the public – free of charge or for a fee – from markets, malls, hotels, restaurants, cafes, museums, theatres, cinemas, stadiums, theaters, medical and educational facilities, gardens, parks, clubs, and roads. Corridors, beaches, various means of transportation, exhibitions, and so on.

second subject

The regulation applies to everyone who frequents public places.

Article 3

Everyone who is in a public place must respect the values, customs, traditions and culture prevailing in the Kingdom.

Article 4

It is not permissible to appear in a public place in an indecent dress or dress, or to wear a dress or dress bearing pictures, shapes, signs or expressions that offend public taste.

Article 5

It is not permissible to write or draw or the like on the walls of a public place, or any of its components, or its assets, or any of the means of transportation; Unless it is authorized by the concerned authority.

Sixth Article

It is not allowed in public places to say or do anything that harms its visitors, or harms them, or leads to frightening or endangering them.

Article 7

The Minister of Interior – in coordination with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage and other relevant authorities – determines the administrative control bodies concerned with implementing the provisions of the regulations, and the appropriate mechanisms for imposing penalties, and he has the authority to undertake the control work mentioned in the regulations or some of them to licensed private security guard companies according to the regulations issued by it.

Eighth Article

Paragraph (1) of this article was amended by Cabinet Resolution No. (95) dated 2/2/1441 AH to read as follows: “A fine shall be imposed on anyone who violates any of the provisions contained in the regulations, not exceeding (five thousand) riyals, according to The schedule for classifying the violations stipulated in Article (Ninth) of the Regulations, and the amount of the fine shall be doubled in the event that the same violation is repeated within (a year) from the date of its first commission.”

Article 9

The Ministry of Interior – in conjunction with the General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage and other relevant bodies – shall classify violations and determine the corresponding financial fines for each, according to a schedule prepared for this purpose and issued by a decision of the Minister of Interior.

Article 10

The Regulations shall be published in the Official Gazette, and shall come into effect after (30) days from the date of its publication.


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