de uniformes das forças de segurança (exemplo: mascarar-se de polícia no carnaval), multas entre 600 e 30mil euros.
10. Listas negras infratores são legalizadas, ou seja, manifestantes, ativistas, imprensa alternativa podem passar a fazer parte legalmente de uma lista negra da polícia.
11. Reunião ou manifestação em frente ao Congresso, multas de 600-30.000 €.
12. Não colaborar com as forças de segurança na investigação de crimes ou prevenção de ações que poderiam colocar a segurança pública em risco. Multas de 600 a 30.000 €.
13. Para recorrer em tribunal deve pagar as taxas judiciais, cujo montante depende da coima aplicada.
14. Negar-se a ser identificado pela polícia, multas entre 100 e 600 euros.
15· A Lei da Mordaça vai permitir os controles de identidade arbitrárias e discriminação racial.
16. A Lei Mordaça vai permitir raids policiais preventivos, sem necessidade que a "ordem seja alterada", sem quaisquer requisitos ou critérios adicionais
17· A nova lei vai permitir que as forças de segurança façam revistas corporais externas sempre que lhes der na gana.
18· A Lei da Mordaça poderá proibir uma manifestação, sem aviso prévio, sempre que haja "alteração" da segurança pública.
19 · A Lei da Mordaça considera uma infracção muito grave a reuniões públicas realizadas em "infra-estrutura crítica", ou nas proximidades, onde haja risco para as pessoas ou afecte o seu normal funcionamento.
20· A Lei da Mordaça prevê multa a quem escalar edifícios ou monumentos sem autorização
21: Manifestações no terreno de uma Central Nuclear: Multas que podem ir até aos 600 mil euros.
Ameaçar a família real passa a acto de terrorismo.
ENG Spain: From tomorrow on the use and distribution of images like this can be fined up to 30,000 euros. The man who appears in these photos can be fined up to 30,000 euros.
21 points of the so called Gag Law in the Spanish State:
1. Photographing or recording police - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
2. Peaceful disobedience to authority - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
3. Occupying banks as means of protest - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
4. Not formalizing a protest - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
5. For carrying out assemblies or meetings in public spaces - 100 to 600€ fine.
6. For impeding or stopping an eviction - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
7. For presence at an occupied space (not only social centers but also houses occupied by evicted families) - 100 to 600€ fine.
8. Police black lists for protesters, activists and alternative press have been legalized.
9. Meeting or gathering in front of Congress - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
10. Appealing the fines in court requires the payment of judicial costs, whose amount depends on the fine.
11. It allows random identity checks, allowing for profiling of immigrants and minorities.
12. Police can now carry out raids at their discretion, without the need for "order" to have been disrupted.
13. External bodily searches are also now allowed at police discretion.
14. The government can prohibit any protest at will, if it feels "order" will be disrupted.
15. Any ill-defined "critical infrastructure" is now considered a forbidden zone for public gatherings if it might affect their functioning.
16. There are also fines for people who climb buildings and monuments without permission.
17.Disturbing an "legitimate demonstration" (exemple: antifa demo against fascist authorized demo) fines between 600 and 30 thousand euros.
18. Misuse of uniforms of the security forces (eg dressing up as policemen in carnival celebrations), fines between 600 and 30 thousand euros.
19. Refusing to be identified by the police, fines between 100 and 600 euros.
20. Not collaborate with the security forces in the investigation of crimes or prevent actions that could put public safety at risk. Fines 600-30000 €.
21. Demonstrations in the field of nuclear power: Fines of up to to 600 000 euros.
Speaking against the royal family will be a terrorist act
The old courthouse in central Benghazi, Libya's second-largest city and the birthplace of the uprising against Moammar Gadhafi, is a shelled-out ruin - a testimony to the destruction and chaos that permeate this North African country four years after the civil war that ousted the longtime dictator.
The building is steeped in symbolism. It was here that the rallying cry first came against Gadhafi's 42-year rule. It was here that pro-democracy protesters and rebels first raised the tri-colored Libyan flag, replacing Gadhafi's green banner.
Westminster is pushing for evidence relating to Britain’s alleged complicity in Libya torture and rendition to be presented to a high court judge in secret. It concerns 12 men who are attempting to sue the British state.
The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) strongly appealed for the international community to help counter the emerging threat of violent extremism and cultural cleansing, in remarks to the opening of the 39th session of the World Heritage Committee today in Bonn, Germany.
First such executions among more than 3,000 carried out by Islamic State since it proclaimed a caliphate a year ago Islamic State militants have beheaded two women in a province in eastern Syria after accusing them of witchcraft, the first time...
The ISIS franchise in Libya, the self-declared "Islamic State in Cyrenaica," was largely driven from the eastern city of Derna last week, although fighting continues in one neighborhood that remains under ISIS control. The offensive against ISIS is...
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) today launched the Global Coalition Unite for Heritage campaign, which aims to strengthen the mobilization of governments and all heritage stakeholders in the face of deliberate damage to cultural heritage, particularly in the Middle East.
According to the United Nations refugee agency, the number of people displaced within Libya has almost doubled from an estimated 230,000 last September to more than 434,000 amid escalating fighting this year in different parts of the crisis-gripped North-African country.
Khaled Jarrar, a Palestinian artist, says he wanted to call attention to Israeli occupation at a time when gay rights are in news, but flag is labelled ‘shameful’ Palestinian protesters have whitewashed a rainbow flag painted on six slabs of the...
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