Baghdad / Range
The head of the Media, Culture and Arts Committee, Fakhri Karim, received the head of the Culture and Information Committee in the House of Representatives, Mayson Damluji, on Sunday at his home in Baghdad, where the laws and laws relating to the media and freedoms were deliberated, including the law on freedom of expression, assembly, peaceful demonstration and the right to information law And the Communications and Information Authority Act. Karim expressed his concern about the attempts of some parliamentary blocs to restrict freedoms through the enactment of laws with the provisions of unfair sentences include not commensurate with the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution. For her part, Damluji stressed the commitment of the Parliamentary Culture and Information Committee to the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution, and stressed that it would not ratify the passage of any law that contradicts it. The Committee also sought to build the institutions of a successful state capable of promoting the media environment in the time of technological developments.
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