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    A human rights center supports the journalists’ boycott of Parliament after “humiliating” restrictio

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    A human rights center supports the journalists’ boycott of Parliament after “humiliating” restrictio Empty A human rights center supports the journalists’ boycott of Parliament after “humiliating” restrictio

    Post by Rocky Mon Jan 29, 2024 6:13 am

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    [size=52]A human rights center supports the journalists’ boycott of Parliament after “humiliating” restrictions and demands an explanation from Al-Mandalawi[/size]

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    01-28-2024
    The Nakheel Center for Press Rights and Freedoms announced, on Sunday, its support and solidarity with journalists who intend to boycott the activities and work of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, if the Council does not reverse the “unjustified” measures it recently imposed on journalists and media institutions.[/size]
    [size=45]In a statement, the Center affirmed, adding its voice to all journalists, the necessity of canceling or amending these procedures, some of which include a clear “disdain” for Iraqi journalists who worked for two decades to report the proceedings of the House of Representatives sessions and endured great difficulties and risks for that.[/size]
    [size=45]The Nakheel Center called on the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, to provide sufficient explanations for these measures and the reasons for imposing them at this specific time, especially since they include legal violations that the head of the legislative authority should not commit.[/size]
    [size=45]Yesterday, Saturday, the Media Department of the Iraqi Parliament imposed new controls to regulate the work of journalists and accredited media representatives inside the Parliament building, sparking a wave of widespread criticism among journalists and media outlets who considered them restrictions restricting their journalistic work.[/size]
    [size=45]The Presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives issued new directives and controls regarding the entry and work of journalists inside Parliament, while the journalists considered them “strict restrictions” against them, especially with regard to clothing and freedom of movement within the Council, and while they called for the necessity of reconsidering and canceling them, they threatened to boycott coverage of the Council’s activities until their demands are met. .[/size]
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