04/10/2012 - Governing Cambio Democrático party legislator Abraham Martínez requested this Thursday, Oct. 4 the withdrawal and shelving of the bill regulating computer crimes in the country.
Martínez mentioned the request is made because he is looking to contribute with the “social peace” of the country.
The legislator said the intention of the bill was to affect freedom of speech or to have control over the internet. However, it was not well received among citizens.
The next step is for the Government Commission of the National Assembly to accept the request and decides to withdraw and shelve the initiative, said Martínez.
The bill established four to six years of prison for those obtaining or disclosing classified information.
(With information from Gustavo A. Aparicio O.)
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