Parliament's Media and Telecommunications Committee convenes to discuss illegal internet scandal, Tuesday, April 19, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The head of Parliament's Media and Telecommunications Committee rebuked claims Thursday over the lack of seriousness in dealing with the country's illegal internet controversy.During the meeting headed by Fadlallah, MP Ziad Aswad made an early exit from the session, protesting the slowness and seriousness of the judicial process in investigating the illegal internet setups discovered in Lebanon earlier this year.Fadlallah dismissed claims by "some MPs" during the meeting that illegal internet suspects are being protected by political groups.
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