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    Parliament approaches Sudanese regarding ministerial uncles, gagging mouths

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    Post by Rocky Fri 24 May 2024, 4:41 am

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     Information / Baghdad
     Today, Friday, Representative Raed Al-Maliki confirmed the existence of a parliamentary movement to prevent the restriction of freedom of expression of opinion in state departments.
    Al-Maliki told Al-Maalouma, “Freedom of expression is a right guaranteed by the Constitution, but the circulars and directives issued by some ministries reinforce the restriction of freedom of expression, and this is contrary to the Constitution.”
    He added, "The Prime Minister was approached about the recent directives issued by some ministries that restrict freedom of expression and prohibit criticism of political figures, stressing, 'Anyone has the right to criticize any figure, given that criticism is an evaluation of the performance of the responsible person.'"
    He demanded that "the restriction be conditional on not insulting any personality."
    The Ministry of Education obligated its employees not to publish any case of criticism on social media platforms, which sparked a state of disapproval among citizens who considered this circular to silence mouths. Ended 25 February
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