ISF: Freedom of expression enshrined in constitution, roads' cut off against law

Wed 04 Dec 2019 at 19:19 Twitter

NNA - The Internal Security Forces said via Twitter that "freedom of expression is protected by the constitution and roads' cut off is illegal."


The tweet reads as follows: "The Internal Security Forces reiterate that freedom of expression is enshrined in the Constitution, as stated in the Internal Security Forces Act, in the provision touching on the 'protection of public freedoms within the framework of the law.' Blocking roads is against the law; a citizen's freedom ends when another's right to freedom is infringed. Therefore, we urge not to initiate any roads' blocking, as the Internal Security Forces will take the necessary legal measures to open the blocked roads."




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