Mr. Syed Mehdi Behzad, Ava News Journalist, said to Nai Media Watch that he visited Bamyan Governor’s office on 30th January 2019 and asked to have an interview regarding the difficulties and shortcomings of the provincial government. The Bamyan Governor has told him to visit on 1st February at 10:00 o’clock to interview, either him…
It is claimed that a number of media are threatened by government armed oppositions. One of the media officials said to Nai Media Watch that their media has been threatened by Taliban in the last two weeks.
Peace is not only Afghan’s desire but also is an important requirement of them. It is about couple of years that Afghan people have been witnessing lots of sacrifices to reach this need.
Nai has received an official letter which had been addressed to Attorney General from the Independent Election Commission. IEC has asked the Attorney General Office to proceed with their complaint on article volume 3039, titled “Pay 500,000 $, you are the winner of parliamentary election within full guarantee” dated on Saturday, 26th, January 2019 publicized…
A number of journalists have sealed shut their mouths due to some restrictions imposed by Interior Ministry. The journalists in Jawzjan said that “Imposition of restriction on accessibility to information has caused a serious problem for journalists.”
Clips and pictures which have been publicized through media during President Ghani’s speech, a man raised his voice among the people gathered there, president made a gesture at the moment it isn’t known what does actually he mean.
November 21st coincides with the International TV Day, which is celebrated in most of countries. In Afghanistan in general all media in specific televisions sustain plenty of problems.
Based on reports that Nai found telecommunication networks are disrupted since 24 hours in Badghais province due to armed groups’ threats and only a network works in some areas in Qala-e-Naw city center of the province.
On the threshold of International day of “Ending the culture of impunity from prosecution of crimes against journalists” …
Nai’s findings from monitoring of media and journalists’ performances during election days indicate that reporters suffered serious problems in accessing to information during election coverage.