Azerbaijan considers prohibiting servicemen from spreading information on social networks

Baku, Azerbaijan, November 25


In Azerbaijan, soldiers may be banned from posting information on social networks, Trend reported on November 26.

According to the information, this was provided for a new bill “On the Status of Military Personnel”.

After the new bill, the military is prohibited from participating in strikes, sharing information about going on vacation on social networks, holding positions in elected bodies, joining political, non-governmental, religious organizations and trade unions, participating in processions, sit-ins, demonstrations, doing business, And study in professional and secondary specialized institutions of higher education.

In addition, it is prohibited to travel abroad for permanent residence, participate in political and religious propaganda, divulge state secrets, discuss or criticize orders and instructions of orders, conduct direct interviews with the media without command permission, and take actions (allowing inaction) aimed at To evade the duties of military service, bring and use prohibited items or technical means (devices) on the territory of the military unit, as well as disseminate information about military service in social networks and online media.


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