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An imprisonment for a period not exceeding five years shall be imposed on whoever manages an entity or establishment of the private sector, or works therein in any capacity, who solicits or accepts or promises, directly or indirectly, for himself or for another person, any undeserved gift or privilege or grant, in exchange for any undeserved gift or privilege or grant, for himself or for another person, in return for the performance of or the refrainment from the performance of an act of his duties or defaulting on his job duties, even if he has in mind not to effect the act or not to refrain from it, or if the demand or acceptance or promise comes subsequent to the performance of the act or the refrainment from the performance thereof.
14 (BNA): His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister emphasized the importance of focusing on efforts to maximize national accomplishments and urged for refrainment from preoccupation with any issues which do not concern national, Arabian Gulf or pan-Arab interest.
Unfortunately, the developing countries are threatened by a shortage of physician- investigators, which could be largely due to the refrainment from the research activities.
The imam, the hafiz, the jurist, Abu 'Umar ibn 'Abd al-Barr, (142) has related refrainment in all of that from the jurists and the scholars, of old and until today, from the people of hadith and of fatwa.