Morethan Half of Correspondents face voilence not willing to see cases to be ReviewedNo Comment
Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan has launchd a survey in 4 zones which includes Kandahar, Herat, Balkh and Nangarhar that indicates that 56 percent of the correspondents facing voilence do not want to their cases to be reviewed by the government amid 44 percent of the correspondents are willing to see their cases to be reviewed by the government of Afghanistan.
The following survey also indicates the following factors are counted as barriers fears from reviewing of the cases where it create more headaches for the correspondents, the correspondents do have sufficient time to reveiwing their cases.
60 percent of the correspondents have fears in their hearts that if their cases to be reviewed by the government departments it will create more problems for them.
4 out of 10 correspondetns facing voilence dont want their cases to be reviewed becases they have fears of upcoming headaches and problems.
24 percent of the correspondents dont have sufficient time for their cases to be reviewed byt the justice and judicial departments.
6 percent of other correspondetns dont want their cases to be reviewed by the government because their families dont wish it so and the other 6 percent of the correspondent’s offices dont want their cases to be reviewed amid the other 6 percent do not believe the government securing justice and judicial for the correspondents.
177 correspondents out of 231 correspondents who were interviewed said they are facing voilence while they are working in 4 zones including Kabul city.
Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan demands the government of Afghanistan to ensure safe working environment and pursue the correspondent’s voilence cases and graurantee the families of the correspondents that the correspondents will not face any problems in the future.
Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan also demands the media outlets to be cooperative in reviewing the voilence cases of the correspondents and allow the correspondents to refere their cases for further justice to the government.