Publish dateWednesday 19 December 2007 - 10:17
Story Code : 35025
This Law has been enacted in accordance with Article 34th of the Constitution and Article 19th of the International Covenant of Human Rights for ensuring the protection of freedom of thought and speech and for regulating the activities of mass media in the country.
In The Name of Allah The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful   The Law on Mass Media   Chapter One   General Provisions   Article One:   This Law has been enacted in accordance with Article 34th of the Constitution and Article 19th of the International Covenant of Human Rights for ensuring the protection of freedom of thought and speech and for regulating the activities of mass media in the country.   Article Two:   The aims of this law are as follows:   Promote and support the right of freedom of thought and speech, defend the rights of journalists and ensure the ground for their free operation. Promote and develop free, independent and pluralistic media. Provide suitable environment for free expression of views and feeling of citizens through speech, writing, drawing, picture, recording, acting, movement and other scientific, artistic, literary as well as printing and broadcasting. Observe the right of freedom of speech and media as enshrined in international human rights convention, taking in to account the true religion of Islam. To support the sound development process of mass media and enable it to become and effective means for promoting the culture in the country and reflect the public opinion honestly and usefully.   Article Three:   The following terms of this law shall mean as follows:   1.      Media: Means or instrument of dissemination of information using the following tools: Visual: drawings, picture, postcard and poster. Audio-video (Broadcast): radio, television, cable network, picture mobile. Information: Information and Press Agencies    
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