Despite of concerns and spiritual war the people of Afghanistan especially Women have shown their huge presence voting for the favorite candidates saying no threats deter us from voting and stabilizing our country as an example more 2000 voters were presence before the opening of the Polling stations in the Herat Province.
The following provinces have significantly suffered from such challenges like Kabul Herat balkh Daikondi Sar-i-Pul Ghazni Wardak, Kunduz. Despite of lack of ballot papers in Kabul the capital city and people have lined up long waiting for the ballot papers to be sent by the IEC officials and keep the process going.
Contrary of the imagines in some Provinces, the majority of the people with much interests went to ballot boxes to vote.
The Presidential- Provincial Elections has just been officially opened by the head of Independent Election Commission IEC Dr, Nurstani at Habibia High school todayat 7:00 am on the 5th, April, 2014.
The open media support office in Afghanistan (NAI) has entitled the introducing of social media users to the court against the media law without preliminary investigation by the mass media committee in Herat Province.
Compliance with United Nations resolutions regarding the safety of journalists should be placed on the agenda of the Government
NAI Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan entitles the United Nations resolutions a positive step for ensuring safety of the Journalists within the country.
The Monitoring responsibilities from the Media only go to high media council and Mass media committee
The National Directorate Security department during a press release on 18,12,2013 has demanded all the visual media to provide information about their work permission, sources of supports, date of inauguration up to now and even the information about the employee recognition.
Emerging problems within Afghan media society is due to lack of establishment of mass media commission by the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC)
Nia office, which supports open media in Afghanistan, asks all media outlets, journalists and experts who appear on media to observe the principles of citizen rights, rules and media ethics. Media outlets should not allow any disarray in public opinion, as well as it does not have to allow the judicial entities to gallop on…
Around two hundred journalists and media activists launched a peaceful gathering coordinated by Nai, Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan. They gathered in front of Afghanistan’s National Assembly and asked the representatives in the parliament to recall the government to send the access to information law for approval to the parliament.
A number of journalists get together and asked the access to information law approval and signature. These journalists whose number reached to hundred were of different media outlets gathered at Nai office. They scrutinized the problems they face due to the lack of access to information law.