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Written by Alrassed Alliby Editor 2
25 Sep 2013 1:07 pm
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Rights Watch criticizes the lift of immunity of 3 representative, and calls for the repeal of laws that criminalize the mudslinging

Rights Watch criticizes the lift of immunity of 3 representative, and calls for the repeal of laws that criminalize the mudslinging

Rights Watch criticizes the lift of immunity of 3 representative, and calls for the repeal of laws that criminalize the mudslinging
Human Rights watch said that, on Tuesday, in a report that Libya maintenance of freedom of expression, and to repeal laws that criminalize the mudslinging, including article 439 of the Penal Code
 The National Congress has voted to lift the immunity from prosecution for Hajar Kayed and Altawaty Aeda after the the representative of the ruling Justice and construction accusation to three "defamation and mudslinging" them in several televised interviews
And Human Right Watch said that t Libyan authorities not to take formal action in a complaint of the Criminal mudslinging, the right of three members criticized the party
 Joe Stork said, acting executive director of the Middle East and North Africa in the Human Rights watch, according to its reports on the official website, "The decision of the National Congress general to lift the immunity of three representatives from its members try to express to restrict political debate and the suppression of freedom of expression." 
"We have members of the National Congress General to realize that they are public figures susceptible to criticism, and stop their threaten by sending some of them to prison because of their comments
 Stork said: "Libyan authorities should be focused on law reform inherited from the era of Gaddafi that can be their use to suppress freedom of expression, and not think about their use to frighten opponents and silence the opposition."

 

Human Rights watch said that, on Tuesday, in a report that Libya maintenance of freedom of expression, and to repeal laws that criminalize the mudslinging, including article 439 of the Penal Code

 The National Congress has voted to lift the immunity from prosecution for Hajar Kayed and Altawaty Aeda after the the representative of the ruling Justice and construction accusation to three "defamation and mudslinging" them in several televised interviews

And Human Right Watch said that t Libyan authorities not to take formal action in a complaint of the Criminal mudslinging, the right of three members criticized the party

 Joe Stork said, acting executive director of the Middle East and North Africa in the Human Rights watch, according to its reports on the official website, "The decision of the National Congress general to lift the immunity of three representatives from its members try to express to restrict political debate and the suppression of freedom of expression." 

"We have members of the National Congress General to realize that they are public figures susceptible to criticism, and stop their threaten by sending some of them to prison because of their comments

 Stork said: "Libyan authorities should be focused on law reform inherited from the era of Gaddafi that can be their use to suppress freedom of expression, and not think about their use to frighten opponents and silence the opposition."