Because of the insult to “Sa`ida and the people of the countryside” .. Egypt cancels the permit to practice medicine

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After being interrogated for 3 and a half hours, he was found to have violated the media code of conduct and the code of conduct

The Egyptian Media Syndicate decided, on Saturday, to cancel a permit to practice the profession of the journalist Tamer Amin. Because of the inappropriate statements he made about girls in Upper Egypt and the people of the countryside; Which means that he will not practice the media profession.

According to Egyptian media outlets, the Syndicate stated in a statement, that “after the end of the investigations that lasted about 3 and a half hours, it was proven that Tamer Amin violated the Media Honor Charter and the Code of Professional Conduct.”

In its statement, the Syndicate relied on the “Chapter of General Principles in its paragraphs 2, 4, 6 and 7, paragraph 2 of which stipulated respect for the divine religions, societal values, ethics and traditions of the profession.”

The problem started when Tamer Amin was presenting the “Late An-Nahar” program on the “An-Nahar” channel, and he talked about the phenomenon of high childbearing in Upper Egypt and the countryside. The countryside and Upper Egypt regions will succeed boys and girls, because the children are the ones who spend on the father and the mother.

“In those areas, children are enrolled in a workshop to learn a craft as soon as they reach the age of six,” Amin added.

And he continued, in a colloquial, disapproving tone: “If the father is behind a girl, he will not prevail, he will enter the school? Absolutely no, in Upper Egypt they ship the girls to Cairo in order to employ them as maids.”

These words led to widespread criticism of the Egyptian journalist, whose name quickly topped the lists of the most discussed topics in the country, and prompted the pioneers of the communication sites to launch the hashtag: “Upper Egypt is a red line.”

After that, Tamer Amin apologized to the people of Upper Egypt and the countryside for the statements he made in the program.

According to the Al-Ahram Gate website, Tariq Saada, the head of the Media Syndicate, said that Tamer Amin was interrogated for 3 hours because of his insulting statements against Upper Egypt women.

Saada continued, during a telephone conversation with journalist Ahmed Moussa, on the “Echo of the Country” channel, that the permit to practice the profession of the journalist Tamer Amin has been canceled, and he will not present any programs in the current period.

The head of the Media Syndicate confirmed that Tamer Amin will not practice the media profession throughout the period of canceling the permit to practice the profession Explaining that Tamer Amin’s answers during the investigation did not rise to legal defenses; Therefore, a decision to cancel the permit to practice the profession was issued against him. Stressing that Tamer Amin’s statements are incompatible with the media code of conduct.

The head of the Media Syndicate concluded that a notification will be sent to Al-Nahar TV at 9 am tomorrow morning, canceling Tamer Amin’s practice permit.

Egyptian Media Syndicate
Tamer Amin

Because of insulting “Al-Sa`ida and the people of the countryside” .. Egypt cancels a permit to practice the profession of a famous media person

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The Egyptian Media Syndicate decided, on Saturday, to cancel a permit to practice the profession of the journalist Tamer Amin. Because of the inappropriate statements he made about girls in Upper Egypt and the people of the countryside; Which means that he will not practice the media profession.

According to Egyptian media outlets, the Syndicate stated in a statement, that “after the end of the investigations that lasted about 3 and a half hours, it was proven that Tamer Amin violated the Media Honor Charter and the Code of Professional Conduct.”

In its statement, the Syndicate relied on the “Chapter of General Principles in its paragraphs 2, 4, 6 and 7, paragraph 2 of which stipulated respect for the divine religions, societal values, ethics and traditions of the profession.”

The problem started when Tamer Amin was presenting the “Late An-Nahar” program on the “An-Nahar” channel, and he talked about the phenomenon of high childbearing in Upper Egypt and the countryside. The countryside and Upper Egypt regions will succeed boys and girls, because the children are the ones who spend on the father and the mother.

“In those areas, children are enrolled in a workshop to learn a craft as soon as they reach the age of six,” Amin added.

And he continued, in a colloquial, disapproving tone: “If the father is behind a girl, he will not prevail, he will enter the school? Absolutely no, in Upper Egypt they ship the girls to Cairo in order to employ them as maids.”

These words led to widespread criticism of the Egyptian journalist, whose name quickly topped the lists of the most discussed topics in the country, and prompted the pioneers of the communication sites to launch the hashtag: “Upper Egypt is a red line.”

After that, Tamer Amin apologized to the people of Upper Egypt and the countryside for the statements he made in the program.

According to the Al-Ahram Gate website, Tariq Saada, the head of the Media Syndicate, said that Tamer Amin was interrogated for 3 hours because of his insulting statements against Upper Egypt women.

Saada continued, during a telephone conversation with journalist Ahmed Moussa, on the “Echo of the Country” channel, that the permit to practice the profession of the journalist Tamer Amin has been canceled, and he will not present any programs in the current period.

The head of the Media Syndicate confirmed that Tamer Amin will not practice the media profession throughout the period of canceling the permit to practice the profession Explaining that Tamer Amin’s answers during the investigation did not rise to legal defenses; Therefore, a decision to cancel the permit to practice the profession was issued against him. Stressing that Tamer Amin’s statements are incompatible with the media code of conduct.

The head of the Media Syndicate concluded that a notification will be sent to Al-Nahar TV at 9 am tomorrow morning, canceling Tamer Amin’s practice permit.

February 21, 2021 – Rajab 9, 1442

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After being interrogated for 3 and a half hours, he was found to have violated the media code of conduct and the code of conduct

The Egyptian Media Syndicate decided, on Saturday, to cancel a permit to practice the profession of the journalist Tamer Amin. Because of the inappropriate statements he made about girls in Upper Egypt and the people of the countryside; Which means that he will not practice the media profession.

According to Egyptian media outlets, the Syndicate stated in a statement, that “after the end of the investigations that lasted about 3 and a half hours, it was proven that Tamer Amin violated the Media Honor Charter and the Code of Professional Conduct.”

In its statement, the Syndicate relied on the “Chapter of General Principles in its paragraphs 2, 4, 6 and 7, paragraph 2 of which stipulated respect for the divine religions, societal values, ethics and traditions of the profession.”

The problem started when Tamer Amin was presenting the “Late An-Nahar” program on the “An-Nahar” channel, and he talked about the phenomenon of high childbearing in Upper Egypt and the countryside. The countryside and Upper Egypt regions will succeed boys and girls, because the children are the ones who spend on the father and the mother.

“In those areas, children are enrolled in a workshop to learn a craft as soon as they reach the age of six,” Amin added.

And he continued, in a colloquial, disapproving tone: “If the father is behind a girl, he will not prevail, he will enter the school? Absolutely no, in Upper Egypt they ship the girls to Cairo in order to employ them as maids.”

These words led to widespread criticism of the Egyptian journalist, whose name quickly topped the lists of the most discussed topics in the country, and prompted the pioneers of the communication sites to launch the hashtag: “Upper Egypt is a red line.”

After that, Tamer Amin apologized to the people of Upper Egypt and the countryside for the statements he made in the program.

According to the Al-Ahram Gate website, Tariq Saada, the head of the Media Syndicate, said that Tamer Amin was interrogated for 3 hours because of his insulting statements against Upper Egypt women.

Saada continued, during a telephone conversation with journalist Ahmed Moussa, on the “Echo of the Country” channel, that the permit to practice the profession of the journalist Tamer Amin has been canceled, and he will not present any programs in the current period.

The head of the Media Syndicate confirmed that Tamer Amin will not practice the media profession throughout the period of canceling the permit to practice the profession Explaining that Tamer Amin’s answers during the investigation did not rise to legal defenses; Therefore, a decision to cancel the permit to practice the profession was issued against him. Stressing that Tamer Amin’s statements are incompatible with the media code of conduct.

The head of the Media Syndicate concluded that a notification will be sent to Al-Nahar TV at 9 am tomorrow morning, canceling Tamer Amin’s practice permit.





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