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    The new generation "rejects" the freedom of expression law and mobilizes the "intellectuals" against

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    Post by rocky Sat Dec 03, 2022 7:28 am

    The new generation "rejects" the freedom of expression law and mobilizes the "intellectuals" against it



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    Shafaq News/ The head of the New Generation Bloc, Sarwa Abdel Wahed, announced today, Saturday, that the independent parliamentarians rejected the Freedom of Expression Law, while she called on media professionals and civil society organizations to stand with the opponents because it was not approved by Parliament.
    "We refuse to read and vote in parliament on the law on freedom of expression, assembly, and peaceful demonstration," said Sarwa Abdel Wahed, head of the New Generation parliamentary bloc, stressing that "this law is rejected by us, and we do not need to legislate it, given that freedom of expression is guaranteed in the Iraqi constitution.
    Abdel Wahed added, "The law focuses on imposing penalties, fines, and imprisonment for violators, and whoever wants to protest and demonstrate must take permission from the government authority."
    And the head of the New Generation Bloc continued, "Independent MPs refuse to vote on the law, but the blocs and political parties want to approve the law and pass it in the House of Representatives."
    Abdel Wahed called on journalists, media figures, intellectuals and civil society organizations to "stand with us in refusing to vote on the law."
    The House of Representatives, which held its session today, finished the first reading of the draft law on freedom of expression, assembly and peaceful demonstration, prepared by the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee.
    Intellectual circles fear that these laws, and other similar laws, may "restrict" civil liberties that were enshrined in the constitution, including freedom of expression, especially after political crises and tensions, and the possibility of putting activists, bloggers, and media professionals under prosecution for criticism or expressing their opinions.
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