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PARLIAMENT SETS A CONDITION FOR JOURNALISTS TO ENTER THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

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Post by rocky Mon 05 Jul 2021, 7:39 am

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Today, Monday, the House of Representatives issued a decision obligating journalists to enter the parliamentary district by wearing the official Qiyafa uniform, and preventing them from entering if they refused.
And the Parliament’s media department issued a statement, a copy of which was received by the News Agency, that “the Council should pay attention to the appropriate appearance of everyone who attends this prestigious institution,” stressing that the journalist will not be allowed to enter if he is not wearing a uniform.
A number of journalists expressed their displeasure, which is added to the series of complications that Parliament places in front of journalists to enter the government buildings of the legislative authority.
A number of journalists from the Parliamentary Media Department demanded a reconsideration of the decision.
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