[size=36]Parliament is close to passing a cybercrime law[/size]
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A member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Kateh Najman al-Rikabi, said, "The committee asked the Presidency to postpone the vote on the cybercrime law during the previous session due to the arrival of comments from some security departments, and these observations may be positive and the law may contain impurities. Or non-security.” Al-Rikabi indicated that “there are still three months left of the parliament’s life before the elections, which are enough to vote on.”
On the other hand, the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives revealed that it had received answers from the religious authority in Najaf and the Fiqh Council regarding the amendment of Article 57 of the Personal Status Law.
Deputy Chairman of the Committee, Muhammad Al-Ghazi, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The proposal to amend Article 57 of the Personal Status Law has been in the Legal Committee for a year, and we have held more than one workshop on it, and a first reading was read, and then discussions will take place in the near future." Ended 29 / A43