INA – BAGHDAD
Parliamentary Communications Committee clarified the fate of the Information Crimes Law while announcing the holding of workshops with specialists on the law.
"The first reading of the Information Crimes Law took place in the previous parliament session by the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee as a chairperson and parliamentary communications as a support committee," said the head of the Parliamentary Communications Committee, Zahra Al-Bajari, to the Iraqi News Agency – INA.
Al-Bajari added, "Workshop sessions will be held with specialists in this field, pending comments by MPs and civil society organizations, as well as the concerned departments, in order to complete the second reading of the law."
"There are serious efforts to complete the law," confirmed the head of the committee.
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