June 03, 2021
ISLAMABAD—The message from five leading media bodies was loud and clear on Thursday—a big NO to the proposed Pakistan Media Regulatory Ordinance, 2021.
In adverts published in several newspapers, APNS, PBA, CPNE, AEMEND, and PFUJ said there were clear reasons why an assemblage of all independent press organizations in print, broadcast, and digital media has unanimously rejected the proposed ordinance of the Ministry of Information.
The prominently displayed adverts list four reasons for the ordinance’s rejection:
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