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Saudi de-fangs religious police but plans to enforce 'decency'

Saudi Arabia targets to police its electorate' behaviour with a brand new public decency legislation authorized via cupboard in April, despite the fact that it remains unclear when it'll be enforced. The legislation seeks to uphold Saudi "values and principles", banning in public clothing deemed to "offend public tastes" — together with men's shorts — and graffiti that could be interpreted as "harmful", native media cited.

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