A draft law in the kingdom of Morocco could be used to silence dissenting voices if enacted, warn the Euro-Mediterranean Monitor for Human Rights (Geneva) and Impact International for Human Rights Policies (London). The organizations say the existence of the draft law raises serious questions about the Moroccan government's intentions and commitment to freedom of expression in cyberspace.

Their warning came in a joint report released by the two organizations Wednesday morning, in which they analyzed draft law No. 22.20 on the use of social networks, open broadcast networks and other similar platforms.


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