5 Toughest Law Enforced Countries
Whenever visiting another country you should always be respectful and careful to follow the laws of the land. From basic laws to the strictest ones, you need to understand what you are and are not allowed to do while visit the country. Otherwise, you could end up facing an extreme punishment from one of the five toughest law enforced countries.
Drug users beware. When caught in Vietnam, offenders are sent to forced rehabilitation centers. However, instead of a typical drug rehabilitation program, individuals are tortured, put into forced labor, and/or face other forms of harsh discipline.
North Korea is very strict and even the movements of individuals are limited. For instance, you cannot loiter in parks. There is also a government form of ‘dating police’ is assigned to ensure no relationship violations occur. Any violations to these laws are punished by sentencing to a forced labor camp.
Unlike many other countries, alcohol is illegal in Saudi Arabia. Punishments for either consumption or possession can include harsh jail time or even public floggings!
There are plenty of strict laws and disapproval against Western ways of life and thinking. Speaking out against the Chinese government in any way is grounds for punishment and torture.
The country of Iran governs based on the Sharia Law. From what men and women wear, to how they conduct themselves in a relationship, these strict set of rules dictate how men and women are to live their lives. If caught breaking Sharia Law, you can be punished to death. This is typically carried out by firing squad, hanging, or stoning.