JNN 02 Aug 2013 Manama : Bahriani Parliament has approved 22 new Legislation , which give the already Repressive Regime to Crack Down on the Majority Shia Population , and even now the Nationality of the Convicts can even be revoked. But the Bahraini Shia Oppostion vows for More Protest ,Until the Political freedom and Dominance of the Monarchy , over the Regime is curtailed upto a limit of the Constitutional Monarchy , and the Democracy is restored in the True letter & Spirit in the Island Republic.
Bahrain’s Parliament which is a Group of the People Selected by the Al Khalifa Monarchy , as the Majority Representative and Individual Shia Parliament have resigned from the Parliament , in Protest against the Regime’s Repression against the Majority Shia Population and Discrimination on the Basis of Sect , under the Saudi Dominance of the Monarchy.
Bahrainis will continue their protests against the government because the ruling regime has failed to propose political solutions to meet people’s demands, a top Bahriani opposition figure has said.
Mohammed al-Motawa, a senior official of the Unity Democratic Gathering Society (Wahdawy), told al-Alam on Saturday, the revolutionary people of Bahrain have not received a clear and transparent answer from the regime yet and are still waiting to see what the King has to offer for ending the crisis in the country.
Al-Motawa said the regime tried to silence the voice of revolutionaries and imprison political activists instead of listening to their demands.
Bahraini regime enjoys enormous military tools and green light from regional and international powers, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the US, to clampdown popular protests, he added.
The politician urged Manama regime not to be afraid of respecting people’s rights and avoid killing innocent activists.
Bahraini political parties offered their demands and proposals in a meeting with a group of government representatives on Saturday but Manama regime has refused to answer the request yet.
Bahrain is in the middle of a popular uprising that erupted in mid-February 2011 in the small Persian Gulf island nation, with demonstrators calling for democratic reforms.
The Manama regime promptly launched a brutal crackdown on the peaceful protests and called in Saudi-led Arab forces from neighboring states to help them silent the protests.
Dozens of people have been killed in the crackdown, and the security forces have arrested hundreds, including doctors and nurses.
A report published by the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry in November 2011 found that the Al Khalifa regime had used excessive force in the crackdown and accused Manama of torturing political activists, politicians, and protesters
While as per the New Legislation being passed by the De Facto Parliament Bahrainis convicted of acts of terrorism could have their nationality revoked as part of tough new laws which King Hamad has asked to be enforced as soon as possible. The proposal to curb rising levels of street Protest was one of 22 approved by MPs and Shura Council members during a stormy extraordinary session of the National Assembly yesterday.
The King pledged soon after the session ended that the recommendations would be enforced through legal and constitutional channels.
“Blocking roads and barring access to vital areas is disrupting people’s interests, work and daily lives,” The King said. He called for tough action against terrorism and urged people to stay united.
Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Premier also endorsed the recommendations.
Other recommendations by the National Assembly include banning protests in Manama, punishing political societies that support violence and tougher action against people who use children to carry out acts of sabotage.
Legislators who are disturbed by the Regular Protest also demanded a crackdown on funding, strong punishments for those using social media to create awareness among the Local and the International Media , as the Main stream media is totally under the control of the Monarchy, and the option to recall the State of National Safety, if necessary.
The King also ordered authorities to implement the recommendations as soon as possible.
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