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Today, Friday, the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee announced its intention to complete four "important" laws at the beginning of the new legislative term, one of which relates to demonstrations, indicating that there is an "urgent need" to legislate these laws.
"Among the important laws that we seek to complete and amend some of its articles in order to reach consensus around it is the law against domestic violence in coordination with the rest of the committees concerned with the legislation of the law, especially the Parliamentary Women, Family and Childhood Committee," said Qusay Al-Shabky, deputy head of the committee.
Al-Shabky added, "The other law is the law of peaceful protest and freedom of expression because it is extremely important, especially in light of popular demonstrations and the need to organize and protect them from any risks in order to achieve the true purpose of those demonstrations in achieving legitimate popular demands."
"Among the laws that we will work on is the Yazidi Survivors Law, which took a long time and we seek to complete it before the end of the current parliamentary session, in addition to the Diversity Protection Law, which was previously called the Component Protection Law, but it has been amended to be more clear for its importance in preserving National cohesion and ending the state of extremism, which we see unfortunately in some statements that stir up sectarianism and resentment between the components.
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