Azerbaijan, Baku, June 25 /Trend S.Isayev, T. Jafarov/
The Iranian President's media advisor, the director of the state news agency IRNA, Ali Akbar Javanfekr has been found guilty on charges, Iranian Culture Ministry's official on media issues Ali Akbar Kasaiean said, Mehr reported.
In February 2012, Fars reported that Javanfekr has been rejected on his appeal to the Disciplinary court.
Javanfekr was Iranian President's media advisor, the director of the state news agency IRNA.
Javanfekr was an editor in chief of one of the country's leading newspaper, Iran. The Iranian media recently reported that he was sentenced to one year imprisonment according to the Tehran court decision. He was removed from his work in the media for three years, but this message was later denied.
He was charged with publishing material contrary to Islamic norms and human values in a special issue of Khatun. He was also accused of insults of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Earlier, Javanfekr was sentenced to a one year, suspended imprisonment, and banned from any social activity for five years.
In his statement, Kasaiean said that there wont be any more appeals for Javanfekr, who will have to stay away from any social and political activity for the next five years.
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