Baghdad - INA
Today, Sunday, the Iraqi Media Network denied what was rumored about preventing veiled female colleagues from appearing on its screens and promised its fans that it would continue to go ahead to create a professional media that represents all Iraqis of all affiliations.
In a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), the network stated that it “categorically denies what is rumored about preventing veiled female colleagues from appearing on its screens,” noting that “the matter, in fact, is related to launching a new program cycle that employs the capabilities of the press and human network according to a different vision. Do not search for any of the female colleagues and colleagues, but rather employ them in places that are commensurate with their journalistic experience in presenting, so that the official TV presents press materials worthy of the name of Iraq TV. "He added, "The network would like to be reminded that it operates according to the Iraqi law and constitution, and that the constants of the true Islamic religion constitute a red line for the network that cannot be crossed in any way."
The statement added, "The motives of what is being rumored have become clear to every fair eye, whose main goal is to stop the wheel of administrative reform adopted by the institution, as these reforms did not appeal to one of the political parties known to have electronic armies, so they started from the first day of receiving the new administration to fabricate news and try to stir public opinion."
The network confirmed in its statement that it "reserves the legal right to prosecute everyone who is proven to be involved in spreading these lies," promising its audience that it is "going on to produce a professional media that represents all Iraqis of all affiliations."