BAGHDAD - babysit - MP for the coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki said decision of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to restrict the movement of journalists within the blocks and parliamentary committees is a step to muzzle the mouths.
Maliki said in a press statement received news agency public opinion a copy of it today that "restrict the work of journalists in the information department and prevent them from taking statements and opinions of deputies within the bloc or parliamentary committees is unacceptable, a step we see that it came to muzzle journalists and parliamentarians alike."
He added that "This measure is a dangerous precedent and create a curriculum Tasalloti is contrary to all international norms, which gave freedom to the press to tell the truth as long without falsification or lied and any action to restrict the work of the Iraqi press is an attempt to restore the dominance of one vote, which seems to be chairman of the parliament seeking him."
Maliki confirmed that "we will not be silent on this measure and we will support any position taken by the Brotherhood of journalists to defend their rights, which legislated the Constitution and the law," and urged the family press to "boycott coverage of events and activities parliament in response to this act with the need to make a formal complaint to the Press Syndicate to lift this injustice from them and Voice of Iraq alike. "
It is noted that the House of Representatives to prevent all journalists on Tuesday of taking statements and opinions of deputies within the bloc or parliamentary committees in the Council building
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