A parliamentary source shows the reasons prevent the entry of smart phones to the House of Representatives
Between a parliamentary source, on Friday, the reasons for the staff of the House of Representatives to prevent the introduction of smart phones to the House of Representatives.
The source said that "the ban on carrying of mobile phones by staff within the House of Representatives came against the backdrop of leaked documents illustrated official wrote," noting that "mobile devices smart where a clear definition cameras which can be imaged documents and books of a confidential nature of which and easily."
The source explained that "the presidency of the Council decided to stop the leak of documents and books by this decision," adding that "the pressure exerted on the President of the Council, Salim al to reverse the resolution."
The source, who asked not to be named, said that "journalists who exercise their work in the Council did not include recently this decision because they have threatened to boycott the Council in the event of being forced to leave Tlfonathm outside the Council."
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