National Address Law: People stuck abroad will be treated leniently Jun 04, 2020 0 11273 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaWith the deadline to register the national address expiring on July 26, a Ministry of Interior official said that people who are unable to register because they are stuck abroad will be dealt with leniently.“Nationals or residents who are currently outside of the country, whether for treatment, study or because of the circumstances stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, are eligible for leniency if they present proof of their inability to register,” Lieutenant Colonel Dr Abdullah Zayed Al Sahli, Head of the National Address Section in Public Security Department, said.As per the Law No 27 of 2017, Qatari nationals and foreigners residing in the country are required to register their local addresses in Qatar with the Ministry of Interior through its website, service centre or its smartphone app, Metrash2, by July 26.With COVID-19 pandemic disrupting flight services across the world, several expatriates are stuck abroad. The official called on people in Qatar, institutions and companies to expedite registration of their national addresses.He said more than 1.5 million people have already registered their national addresses. RELATED ARTICLES HMC performs open heart surgery on COVID-19 patient Jun 04, 2020 0 7978 Al Jazira Al Arabiya Street opens to traffic after upgrade Jun 04, 2020 0 7560 Qatar relaxes COVID-19 restrictions Jun 04, 2020 0 5778 There has been no slowdown, we have become stronger: QA chief Tribune News Network Doha Qatar Airways (QA) has persevered, grown, expanded and invested even more during the last three years, airline’s Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker has said. “There has been no slowdown. We .. MoCI extends working hours for commercial, service activities Tribune News Network Doha The working hours for commercial and service activities in Qatar will be from 7 am to 8 pm (Sunday to Thursday) from Thursday with some exceptions, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) has .. Traffic violations drop by 62% in April: PSA Traffic violations recorded in Qatar dropped by 62 percent in April as compared to March, according to latest figures released by the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA). Similarly, traffic accident cases dropped ..