[size=36]During his next legislative term .. Parliament intends to pass the election and cybercrime laws[/size]
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, The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee confirmed, on Saturday, that the House of Representatives intends to vote on a package of important laws, most notably the electronic crime law during the next legislative term.
Member of the Committee, Saaran Al-Ajibi, said, "The electronic or information crime law is one of the important laws that the committee has concluded and which will work hard to pass it in the coming period," noting that "the law held three workshops on it during the previous chapters, and many stakeholders in human rights, professors and others were hosted ".
He added, "The increase in cases of electronic blackmail during the ban period came due to people sitting in their homes, which made them in front of the websites for longer periods of time, and this was exploited by the weak of souls."
In turn, member of the Legal Committee, Saeb Khadr, stated that "the committee will hold its meetings at the beginning of the next legislative term and discuss among the priorities of its work the completion of the paragraphs related to the details of the electoral law, including divisions of districts and areas of the Ministry of Planning, in addition to logistical and commission issues."
He added that "the law of the House of Representatives was completed in all respects, and only a single paragraph is left, the schedule of the appendix, which is concerned with multiple constituencies," noting that "the beginning of the next legislative term, the committee will discuss the remaining paragraphs of the law.
" The seats in each governorate and how they are distributed among the multiple constituencies, "noting that" preparing for the elections needs financial specializations and Iraq is going through a suffocating economic crisis. "Ended 29 / p.