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Dev Sunassy Files An Affidavit In The Supreme Court After The Police Refused To Allow The Demonstration Against IBA Act

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Dev Sunassy, the spokesperson for the Platform for Free Expression, swore an affidavit in the Supreme Court on Wednesday, December 1, because his request for a peaceful protest was denied by the police. The protest rally was to be held this Friday against the amendments to the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA).

The case will be heard this Thursday, December 2, before a judge in chambers. In a press conference on Wednesday, December 1, Dev Sunassy once again denounced the amendments to the IBA Act and stressed that he will alert foreign bodies to the dangers that such a law could bring to democracy.

He also announced a press conference after the case is heard before the judge in chambers.

Neena Ramdenee pointed out that a letter has been submitted to the President of the Republic regarding the refusal to demonstrate. According to her, the president must take his responsibilities, because the hour is serious.

Me. Rama Valayden also mentioned that a judge in chamber will hear the case of the demonstration that was banned by the police this Thursday at 14 hours.

He also added that he has learned that the police will proceed to the attestation of those who participated in the demonstration against the amendments of the IBA Act in front of the Parliament on Tuesday.

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