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    Post by rocky Fri 25 Nov 2022, 5:10 am

    [size=38]The Information Crimes Law is accused of ambiguity and lacks the distinction between criticism and defamation[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk: The legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, revealed, on Friday, November 25, 2022, notes on the draft information crimes law.
    Al-Tamimi told Al-Masalla, “The law did not set a clear definition of the difference between criticism and criticism, which is important with the widespread use of social media, while we note that the Penal Code clearly distinguished between insult, slander, and defamation,” noting that “criticism is intended for reform, correction, and goodness, while what We see it now is blame, uncovering the hidden, and spreading the laundry.”
    Iraqi journalists said in the Obelisk's communication with them that the fear of the law may lead to restricting freedom of expression by including a prison sentence that may affect journalists and bloggers.
    He added that criticism is devoid of the moral element of the crime, which is the basis for the crimes of insult, slander and defamation, adding that criticism is attributing an incident to a person that, if true, made him a subject of contempt in his people, and it is also an insult to feelings.
    He continued that criticism is good intentions, and it is the outward appearance of goodness and the inner beauty, and criticism contradicts the prevailing customs, traditions and customs.
    He stressed that criticism is supposed to have good intentions, and it is to cover others and help him by extending a helping hand. As for criticism, it is an attempt to drown others in mud, and it is an escape from duty.
    And he went on to say that there are dividing lines between the two that need accuracy in distinguishing, and the criterion between the two is everything that constitutes a crime, so what constitutes a crime is criticism that is punishable by law, and its opposite is criticism that is proper.
    Al-Tamimi called on the oversight authorities on social media to work on “establishing a special section in the Media and Communications Authority, as an amendment to Law No. 65 of 2004, and this section includes a number of media and legal specialists, monitors what is published, and is linked to the executive director of the authority,” noting that “in the event of what constitutes It is a crime that is referred to the competent court according to the spatial jurisdiction close to the commission, and this control is linked to other security agencies from which it receives information.”
    Lawyer Mashreq Ali considers that the law aims to silence mouths and violate public and private freedoms, and in light of a tense political atmosphere, it is not possible to be reassured about vague legal texts.
    The Academy, Dhay Al-Hafiz, considers the Information Crimes Law a positive step, as it includes penalties and financial fines for those who exceed the publishing conditions set by the law. However, some of its provisions must be reviewed, especially the distinction between criticism and defamation.
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