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Sharia (Islamic law) courts, which adjudicate criminal and family law, have the option of imposing flogging as punishment for adultery, prostitution, consensual premarital sex, pregnancy outside marriage, defamation of character, and drug or alcohol abuse.
For example, local media reported that in March the Sharjah Sharia Court sentenced a Muslim student to receive 80 lashes for consuming liquor.
While authorities maintained effective control over the security forces, there were some media reports of human rights abuses by police.
The three most significant human rights problems were citizens’ inability to change their government; limitations on citizens’ civil liberties (including the freedoms of speech, press, assembly, association, and internet use); and arbitrary arrests, incommunicado detentions, and lengthy pretrial detentions.
In contrast to previous years, there were no reports during the year that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals faced severe mistreatment including physical abuse and rape in prisons (see section 6).
: The government did not release statistics on prison demographics and capacity.
Citizens can express their concerns directly to their leaders through traditional consultative mechanisms such as the open majlis (forum).
Topics of legislation can also emerge through discussions and debates in the FNC.
The government also conducted programs to raise awareness of sexual assault and other violence against women throughout the year.The penal code also requires all individuals to pay diya (blood money) to victims’ families in cases where accidents or crimes caused the death of another person.There were reports that courts imposed these punishments during the year.Prisons were generally clean and, despite allegations to the contrary, there was generally no evidence of rape, violence, or beatings by prison guards.There were, however, reports that police and prison guards mistreated individuals.