Investigating the case of causing disturbance for tourists in touristy places in Iran's penal system: providing a practical solution

Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 M.A. of Law, Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, Iran

2 Dept. of Law, Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, Iran

Abstract

Tourists are considered as foreigners from the perspective of law and in all legal systems rights and responsibilities are considered for them. In countries where almost all finical sources are produced from tourism industry, bilateral rules are considered for tourists and touristy places, in a way that the existence of this body of rules can be considered as the reason for the development of tourism industry. Under the influence of this experience, it is presumed that tourists' entrance to any country is considerably related with the rules and regulations which support their rights. So, coding rules and regulations for supporting tourists and creating security for them seems necessary. The purpose of the present article is investigating the case of causing disturbance for tourists in touristy places in Iran's penal system. In other words, the main question of the present article is how is this case dealt with in the penal system of Iran? The results of the present article have shown that in Iran's penal system the case of causing disturbance for tourists is adequately attended. Article 22 of the constitution states that: dignity, life, property, rights, house and jobs of the people shall be secured from any violation but the cases which are excepted by law. The concept of people includes both domestic and foreign people and the importance of securing and supporting their life, property and house is taken to consideration and also is their security. Except the constitution, the passport law approved in Esphand 51, the law of foreigners' entrance and residence approved in 1336 and amendment and affixation of a few articles and notes to the laws approved in 1350 and civil procedure about giving political, serving or ordinary and passing permission issued by the disciplinary forces and the ministry of foreign affairs have taken the case in to consideration. Based on the present introduction, the present article through implementing library sources and scientific and experimental articles aims at defining and analyzing the case of causing disturbance for tourists in tourist places in Iran's penal system

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