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    A parliamentary committee sends a message to journalists and activists: Do not be afraid of this law

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    A parliamentary committee sends a message to journalists and activists: Do not be afraid of this law Empty A parliamentary committee sends a message to journalists and activists: Do not be afraid of this law

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    [size=52]A parliamentary committee sends a message to journalists and activists: Do not be afraid of this law[/size]

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    2024-03-11
    On Monday, the Human Rights Committee in the Iraqi Parliament sent a message to journalists and activists with the imminent enactment of the Freedom of Expression Law, stressing that it will not allow “mouths to be silenced.”[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the committee, Arshad Al-Salhi, said, “Freedom of expression of opinion is constitutionally guaranteed, but sometimes, due to the lack of a legal control to explain the nature of expression of opinion, even if this matter is for constructive criticism or revealing a defect in a particular site, especially since the fourth estate is the Its tasks are to monitor executive work, and this is normal.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stated that “the civil activist who highlights the disadvantages of a particular activity or directs criticism of government or political action, this is normal, but there is confusion in interpretations and this matter is exploited by the ruling executive authorities to threaten and intimidate journalists or activists.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Salhi added, “In the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee, we are working on a freedom of expression law so that there is a legal control to interpret the nature of expression of opinion. The law is in its final stages, and what is expected is to present it to the Presidency of Parliament until it is presented for the first and second reading and then a vote.”[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee concluded by saying: “Journalists and activists should not be afraid at all of the legislation of the freedom of expression law. We established this law to protect them and will not allow their voices to be silenced through this law or other laws. The law will protect journalists and activists from any exploitation of the interpretations that... “Some influential parties want to exploit it to intimidate and threaten.”[/size]
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