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    Deputy reveals hidden: my colleagues are subjected to harassment within parliament !!

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    Deputy reveals hidden: my colleagues are subjected to harassment within parliament !! Empty Deputy reveals hidden: my colleagues are subjected to harassment within parliament !!

    Post by Rocky Tue 20 Feb 2018, 2:30 am

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    Deputy reveals hidden: my colleagues are subjected to harassment within parliament !!


    The deputy revealed the existence of "phenomenon (harassment) within the parliament, where there have been cases of sexual harassment of me several times and kept silent," indicating that "women in Iraq, although deputy, weak especially on the subject of sexual harassment when subjected to cases of harassment and silence often subject matter Because of the nature of society. "
    "The community needs full awareness through the media and the government departments and institutions themselves, in addition to activating deterrent laws and finding specialized places for women to file complaints against the aggressors, because when they go to the police station they will also be harassed," said the deputy, who declined to be identified. Within the center, "asserting" there are shortcomings by the government, parliament, society and the media in this aspect must be fighting this negative phenomenon in the country. "
    The first Iraqi conference of its kind on the phenomenon of sexual harassment, two years ago, that 77 percent of Iraqi women harassed, especially female employees, and called for tougher legal sanctions against the harassment and intensified awareness campaigns on the community's negative phenomenon.
    However, with the expansion of this phenomenon and its access to vital sites in society, the practice of harassment in the House of Representatives is not surprising, according to human rights activist Ruaa al-Moussawi. "Harassment in Iraq is not confined to the streets and public places, but in universities and institutes, And the figures are prestigious community and this category is supposed to be educated, and therefore talk about cases in the House of Representatives is not surprising in Iraq. "


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