Qatar - Draft Law Governing The World Cup 2022 Arrangements
June 28, 2021
In its weekly meeting on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 the Council of Ministers took measures to approve the draft law that will govern the World Cup 2022 to be held next year in Qatar. The draft law includes 43 articles divided into 10 chapters. It includes provisions relating to (i) the issuance of entry and work permits for workers in the tournament, (ii) the competencies of the security committee, (iii) the provisions for facilitating banking and foreign exchange operations during the tournament, (iv) issuing, selling and distributing tickets, (v) broadcasting, (vi) advertising, (vii) transportation during the tournament, and (viii) the provisions for volunteers.
The draft law was previously reviewed and passed by the Shura Council.