Two blasts in front of the two media stations in Parwan and Nangarhar has provoked media society concerns in less than one week
Head of the local private Tv station Shir Mohammad Jahesh has been threatened to death by a lawmaker from Baghlan province in the lower house of the parliament ,therefore he has escaped Baghlan province.
After the confirmation of the law accessing information correspondents believed that they will not face any other problems while gathering information,as the time runs out the National Unity Government is adding more to the challenges of correspondents by not paying attention.
Governmental officials and entities should not exert pressures against media, correspondents.
Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan welcomes the decision of the current Minister of Information and culture Abdul Bari Jahani for cancelation of media reviewing violence committee which was used to be supported by the previous Minister of Information and culture Rahin.
National Unity Government (NUG) is 7 months old by now, and the reformation of the Election system has been one of the priorities,only the Government could release a decree over establishing of the special Electoral reformation committee some months ago.
Afghanistan Photo Journalist Najibullah Musafir who is one of the professional photo journalist in Afghanistan has been jailed since 22.02,2015 in Kabul at Pul-i-Charikhi prison.
Raiding any Institutions specially on Open media is counted crime according to Afghanistan Constitution
A group of local gangs have stormed in to a private Tv station called NAB in Herat Province early Monday evening trying to destroying the belongings of the Tv station.
Nai Supporting Open Society in Afghanistan has demanded that if the perpetrators of the violence cases against correspondents don’t be executed, freedom of speech will be jeopardized.
Officials in Nai main office have accused Afghan security officials for breaking laws hundred times.
A number of media managers have come together and demanded insistently the president to avoid approving the Mass Media Law at Nai main office on Wednesday.