Twitter user detained for 21 days in national security case

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The Public Prosecution decided to detain a Twitter user for 21 days over a social media post.

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 5, (Agencies): The Public Prosecution made a decision to detain a Twitter user for a period of 21 days pending further investigation. The individual was subsequently referred to the Central Prison in a case related to national security.

In a case that has raised concerns, the Public Prosecution initiated legal proceedings against the Twitter user on allegations related to state security, including charges of incitement and defamation and harming relations between Kuwait and Turkey via the “X” post. The accused was taken into custody and will remain detained for a duration of 21 days while the investigation is ongoing.

The decision to detain the accused for 21 days was made to allow for a thorough investigation into the case. It is expected that further legal actions will follow as the investigation progresses. The case highlights the growing importance of social media in legal matters related to national security and the need for maintaining responsible and lawful online conduct.

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