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    Alsumaria News - Baghdad
    , legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi explained, today, Friday, the legal articles through which the Ministry of Interior launched its decision to carry out some campaigns during Eid Al-Adha in order not to sell fireworks and others that infect children and pose a danger to society.


    Al-Tamimi said, in an interview with Alsumaria News, that "the phenomenon of gunshots has spread widely in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], and it needs solutions as in the countries of the world, and therefore the decision of the Ministry of Interior to carry out some campaigns during Eid Al-Adha in order not to sell fireworks and other things that infect children and pose a danger." On society, it is an important step and came in line with the laws in force that prohibit any trade or use of weapons used as toys for children that cause harm and pose a danger to society.






    He added, "Among those laws is the Law on the Prohibition of Fireworks and the Prohibition of Games inciting Violence No. 2 of 2012, importing, manufacturing, trading or selling games that incite violence, i.e. fireworks, as the law punished them with imprisonment for 3 years and a fine of 10 million dinars for those who did so. that".

    He continued, "Also, the Weapons Law No. 51 of 2017 punished in Article 24 of it for carrying a weapon without a license, with imprisonment and fines, and it needs to be implemented. Law 570 of 1982 also punished 3 years in prison for anyone who fires bullets on occasions," noting that "The Weapons Law obligated the Minister of Commerce to implement the law."

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