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    Parliament intends to legislate a national security law

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    Post by rocky Sun 22 May 2022, 5:47 am

    Parliament intends to legislate a national security law
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    The First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hakim Al-Zamili, announced, on Sunday, the parliament's intention to legislate the National Security Law.
    Al-Zamili’s office said in a statement that “the first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives visited the headquarters of the National Security Agency today, and met with its head, Hamid Al-Shatri and the advanced cadre in it, to discuss the needs and challenges facing the work of the agency, and to intensify the qualitative operations that it carries out in tracking drug trafficking networks, extortion and organized crime.” “.
     
    The statement added that "Al-Zamili held an extensive meeting with Al-Shatti and the National Security cadre, during which he called for continuing field work to address the thorny and dangerous files that threaten people's lives and the security of society, including smuggling networks, trafficking and drug abuse, electronic extortion, organized crime, espionage, human trafficking and others, And effective cooperation with the judiciary with regard to expediting arrests and holding those involved in the aforementioned crimes to account so that they may receive their just punishment.
    Al-Zamili demanded, “the development of a comprehensive and advanced strategy, and a plan of prior goals for the apparatus, and coordination with the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, to support it in facing serious challenges and providing the necessary needs,” noting that “the apparatus falls to address sensitive files, and its members must be characterized by efficiency, courage and sincerity.” principled and confidential.
    Al-Zamili stressed, “The House of Representatives strongly supports the work of the National Security Apparatus, and provides all the necessary capabilities to enhance its role in a manner that preserves the security and interests of society,” noting “the House’s determination to legislate the National Security Law to define its responsibilities and tasks, and to guarantee all the rights of its members.”
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