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A lawsuit against Abbadi and a minister in his government

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A lawsuit against Abbadi and a minister in his government

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jul 23, 2018 10:51 am

A lawsuit against Abbadi and a minister in his government



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An Iraqi lawyer filed a lawsuit against Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi and Minister of Communications Hassan al-Rashed on Sunday because of the boycott of the Internet.

Lawyer Tariq al-Maamouri accused the prime minister and the minister of communications, Al-Rashid, of violating the constitution by "ordering them to cut off the Internet in the country," according to his claim.

Counsel was based on article 40 of the Iraqi Constitution, which guaranteed the right of electronic, postal, telegraph and telephone communications, calling for a trial date.

Activists and citizens have accused the Iraqi government of cutting off the Internet 10 days ago to prevent increased mobilization of protests against poor services and corruption, prompting Iraqis to resort to blocking programs to use messaging applications.



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