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32 complaints, 5 cases of media violations addressed, Minister Safi


KABUL: During a meeting held on Sunday, Acting Minister of Information and Culture and head of media violations and complaints investigation commission, Hasina Safi briefed the participants about the functions done by the commission over the last six months, Bakhtar News Agency (BNA) reported.
Attended by Zia Bumia, SeddiqullahTawhidi, Jawan Shir Haidari and other members of the commission as well as Sabir Momand, the ministry’s spokesperson and media advisor, acting minister Safi said the commission has held 12 ordinary and 3 extraordinary meetings during the first half of the year, the agency further said.
During these meetings, the commission addressed 32 complaints and 5 cases of media violations, she added, BNA went on to say.
The commission members are decisively making effort to pave the way for freedom of speech and media’s legal activity, she stated.
Likewise, she added the commission asks the citizens and media in-charges to deliver their complaints to the commission on media violations and with evidence so they are addressed in accordance with the country’s enforced laws and the commission’s procedure and authorizations.
The commission’s members also answered the reporters’ questions about the complaints’ registration and processing.
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