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Post by claud39 on Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:19 am

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Parliament is discussing a "scary" law and a warning against passing it




14/03/2019





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The Center for Human Rights in Support of Freedom of Expression called on the House of Representatives not to pass the Cybercrime Law after considering some articles of the bill "not commensurate with the size of the acts that may be committed in Internet sites".

It is hoped that the Parliament will discuss in its session Thursday, the draft law on informatics crimes.

According to PCHR's statement, "While the Center has recorded many observations on the draft law on informatics crimes, it is afraid to legislate laws with severe penalties and materials with multiple interpretation, which aims to end the voices that criticize the performance of the authorities or stop the freedom of expression in social networking sites and the Internet "He said.

He called for "the draft law to be brought to the public debate through the promotion of freedom of expression specialists to contribute to the establishment of democracy, to be a solid law and not a tool of official intimidation used by officials whenever they choose."

He called on the Center for Rights, Parliament, to "postpone the presentation of the law of information crimes until the discussion by opinion leaders and specialists to be in accordance with the Constitution and international laws and not to exceed the limits of democracy." 
On March 2, Amnesty International warned of a "catastrophic setback" for freedom of expression in Iraq if the Cybercrime Act was legislated, asserting that the law imposes severe prison sentences and heavy fines against peaceful critics who express themselves online. 
In a statement, the organization highlighted its serious concern over the cybercrime bill in an open letter signed by nine other NGOs. 
The letter was sent to the Iraqi authorities on Friday, March 1, warning that "the proposed law will create a climate of self-censorship in the country."
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