War: the Constitution and the law they permited sit-in demonstrations and meeting, the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister

Wednesday, 16-03-2016 05:12 am

Follow-up/Iraq today
Legal expert noted Tariq Harb, if international conventions for human rights demonstrations were seen as a human right, whether contained in the Universal Declaration of human rights of 1948, the International Covenant on Civil and political rights, of, 1996
And other international instruments, those instruments did not remember right sit-in this approach the Iraqi Constitution (article 38), which decided in paragraph III freedom of Assembly and peaceful protest, and the law governing demonstrations currently in force by virtue of article (130) of the Constitution, Act No. 19 of 2003 which is the us ruling (Primer) issued on 10 July 3003 m, and published in the Iraqi official Gazette Gazette number 3979, spoke about freedom Peaceful assembly and freedom of expression and freedom of peaceful demonstration, he asked for a commitment to freedom of the automobile traffic on the roads and not disabled and not putting any restrictions on the police emergency and relief services, citizens shall not be deprived of such services, and decided that the law prohibits any person, group or organization to March or gathering in public or participating in public roads and streets in public places, unless it got the approval of the competent authority to do so provided they specify the numbers involved In it, which should not impede the movement of pedestrians and vehicles for official government side to ask the organizers to demonstrate determining maximum people allowed to protest and Association, select this law to pretend no more than four hours and the dimensions of the demonstrations at least 500 yards from the State departments and should tell the authorities at least 24 hours in advance, provided that this notice includes the names and addresses of the organisers of the March or rally or demonstration or meeting And the way that will conduct, and the start time and the duration of the protest demonstration, and prevent this Act demonstration between 7:30 to 9:30 am and from 4:30 to 6 p.m., unless special consent access and prevent law carry weapons and sharp objects and any thing you can putt the structure harm including stones and cassettes wire frame and wooden beaters and sticks and pebbles and walalthmh helmets and masks with any protesters and these substances are subject to confiscation, contrary to this law shall be sentenced to imprisonment Period not exceeding one year, the new Bill before Parliament and perspective that has not been enacted yet spoke on protest, Assembly and did not speak about the sit-in, and that there are constitutional and legal difference and semantically and by Convention between demonstration and Assembly and marches and sit-ins among the authority to approve a sit-in of the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister as the Chief Executive direct the general policy of the State in accordance with article (78)