The Ministry of Interior on Monday announced that it reserves the right to implement legal and judicial procedures against the associative bodies, including professional associations that publish communiqués on their activities, their positions or their decisions without legal status. “Some associations, including professional associations, publish communiqués on their activities, positions or decisions even if they do not have the required legal status, because of their non-compliance with legal provisions and the non-renewal of their governing bodies, as stipulated in the law regulating the right of association, “said the Ministry in a statement. “Given that these practices mislead national and international public opinion and undermine the very spirit of the rule of law based on the equation between the exercise of rights and compliance with obligations, the Ministry of the Interior, as the government department responsible for managing procedures relating to the legal status of associations, reserves the right to implement legal and judicial procedures against these bodies that violate the law,” the statement said.
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