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The Freedom of Expression Law meets opposition from journalists and activists

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The Freedom of Expression Law meets opposition from journalists and activists Empty The Freedom of Expression Law meets opposition from journalists and activists

Post by rocky Mon 05 Dec 2022, 4:52 am

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Parliament is witnessing a movement by one of the political blocs to stop passing the draft law on freedom of expression, assembly, and peaceful demonstration. This movement was supported by a number of activists and media professionals.


It seems that the slogan of freedom, democracy and the right to express an opinion guaranteed by the Iraqi constitution did not please some political parties to present a new draft to restrict freedoms through a law enacted in the parliament, which quickly met with resentment and objection from media professionals and activists.





Members of parliament described the draft law as unfair and restrictive of those freedoms, which there is no need for its legislation in light of the current law.
Although there is a law in the Iraqi constitution that guarantees the right to express an opinion, some blocs are pushing for the enactment of a new law that restricts the right to demonstrate and press freedoms in a codified manner.
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