In a television interview, Bijan Nobave talked about a plan in the parliament about chastity and hijab. Pointing out that this law is carried out intelligently and in absentia, he said that there are warnings that will eventually lead to fines such as blocking the phone and the internet and dealing with the judiciary.
But today, a member of the presidium of the parliament said that the plan to block the telephone line and internet of women without hijab was not on the agenda of the parliament, is not and will not be.
Despite this denial, the story of the parliament and hijab and chastity is not over, and Nobawe actually said that the plan proposed by the cultural commission was not read in the parliament. This commission only read a report on the approvals of chastity and hijab, and Nobaweh said that there are hands at work that do not want these laws to be implemented.
The report of the Cultural Commission was read by the spokesperson of the Cultural Commission, Ahmad Rastineh, and before reading, he emphasized that there is no doubt about the obligation of hijab, but those who do not fully observe it should not be accused of irreligion and counter-revolution. According to this representative, 32 institutions have positive and cultural duties in the field of chastity and hijab, except Faraja, which has a negative duty.
The Cultural Commission, which has defined a supervisory duty regarding this matter, has come to the conclusion that 19 institutions are not diligent in fulfilling their legal duties in this field and have not reported their performance. The cultural commission has also taken 18 measures so that the institutions fulfill their duties. In the end, this commission came to the conclusion that the lack of classification of punishment, the ease and abstinence of punishment in the laws related to hijab and chastity, the lack of decisiveness in the implementation of the law, the lack of clear and precise criteria and criteria for the execution and determination of punishment, are problems with the status of the Council’s approvals. Due to the cultural revolution, neglect and neglect of some institutions and the ineffectiveness of supervision due to the lack of provision of executive guarantee, the actions of the institutions are not effective in dealing with modesty.
The commission also said that because the “people’s ranks” demand the implementation of the hijab and so far “petitions” have been received from social and cultural activists across the country and from different walks of life, the government and the judiciary must respond to this public demand and give the result to the parliament. .
Khaneh Mellat reported that the cultural commission did not have the opportunity to present its proposals in the field of hijab and chastity, and several representatives protested this story. Babaei, a representative of the people of Sari, said that although the people have other priorities, they do not forgive us about the function of the parliament regarding the hijab. Falahi, the representative of Hamedan, also complained about this issue and said that today’s plan of the parliament could have been voted on and approved. Finally, the deputy speaker of the parliament said that the government is going to present its bill, and then the parliament will enter into it.
However, Bijan Nobave, who happens to be one of the supporters of the protection plan, said the details of the commission’s plan, which seems to have been approved by the heads of the forces. In a televised interview, he said that this law is carried out intelligently and in absentia: “No physical contact with any person has been seen in the law. But the warnings he gives them through SMS, he also gives the second warning, if they do not implement the third warning, they will be fined, and in the fourth and subsequent warnings, for example, the blocking of the telephone line and the Internet, or the actions taken by the judiciary itself. ” Nobave considered these types of interactions as interactions that are supposed to protect the person’s reputation and if they have been negligent, they have the possibility to return.
A member of the cultural commission said that they were told that the proposed items should not be raised in the parliament. Yesterday, he said in the parliament that all the heads of the forces agree with the seven articles proposed in this plan. It seems that this plan provides a table that if someone does not observe the hijab and chastity law in the public space of roads, vehicles and virtual space, he will be punished based on that table.
A day after this comment, Ahmed Naderi, a member of the Board of Governors, said in response to the plan to restrict access to the telephone and the Internet for women without the hijab: “Such a plan was not, is not, and will not be on the agenda of the parliament, and basically this is not the right plan in our opinion.” And it is not discussed in the presidium of the parliament either.”
In a conversation with Statehouse He emphasized that the parliament is representative-oriented and any representative can register an unlimited number of proposals and the opinion of a representative is never considered as the opinion of the parliament: “Regarding various plans, the policy and opinion of the parliament is not to limit or deal negatively with social phenomena, but to reform the structures based on the law. And the scientific and logical approach is desired by the parliament, so as it was said, this plan has no place in the parliament.”
The materials proposed by the cultural commission are not yet clear and have not been read in the parliament, but we know for now that the issue of cutting off access has been raised in it. The Board of Governors said that such a plan has no place in the parliament, but it is not unlikely that the parliament, which has one of the most limited cyberspace plans in the name of protection, will vote positively for such a plan. A parliament where a large number of its representatives agree with filtering and say more control of cyber space, a parliament that defends the different level of access of people to the Internet, and in its cultural commission, it has been proposed to cut off the access of a group of women to cyber space.
If such a proposal is not presented by the parliament, according to Misri, the government is preparing a bill on hijab and chastity, and it is not clear what fines are planned for those who do not comply with this law.