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The situation in the fight against coronavirus, the legislative regulation of social networks, the censure of civilians, and non-compliance with quarantine are the topics of today's media.

The official newspaper Azerbaijan recalls that since mid-June, the number of people infected daily exceeds 500. For this reason, a strict quarantine regime was re-introduced, which somewhat stabilized the situation.

It’s naive to sit and wait for the pandemic to end, so everyone must follow the established rules, personal hygiene and social responsibility.

The website Yenisabah.az discusses the question of whether or not a law related to social networks is needed. The author cites Turkey as an example, where such a bill will be submitted to parliament. The agenda also includes prohibitions regarding the honor and dignity of people. With the adoption of such a law, financial and judicial sanctions will be used.

In Azerbaijan, the issue of adopting such a law is not yet in place. Some people believe that existing laws are sufficient to regulate law in this area, and the adoption of another law will definitely harm freedom of speech and the press.

Yeniavaz.com discusses the relationship between citizens and officials in the wake of the pandemic. The author recalls that people are blamed for the spread of infection in Azerbaijan. Although in all foreign countries, the authorities apologize to citizens and resign.

Citizens are forbidden to leave for areas of the country, while officials themselves do not limit themselves to this. The author sees the way out in authorizing those who can solve the problem and in ensuring the rule of law. –0--


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