Freedom of expression of opinions and peaceful demonstration are rights stipulated by the Iraqi constitution in law No. 38\third, and the law project of freedom of expression of opinions in its current format and that is subjected to voting at the Council of Representatives is considered a clear breach of freedoms and unjust muzzling of mouths.
Therefore, NIHR as Human Rights defending organization, is calling the Council of Representatives’ members, especially members of the Human Rights committee, to seek to amend its contents in a manner commensurate with the democratic system in Iraq.

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