Azerbaijan, Baku, June 2 / Trend , A.Huseyinbala/
The National Council on Television and Radio (NSTR) of Azerbaijan has prepared recommendations related to broadcasting of information on extreme situations on televisions, which is not binding, but televisions will have to carry out them.
"Recommendations do not have the character of regulatory legal act, but they will be prepared in accordance with the law, so the TV will have to fulfill them," Chairman of NSTR Nushirevan Maharramli said.
An armed man attacked Building 2 of the Azerbaijan State Oil Academy at early morning on April 30. According to preliminary reports, the armed man killed 12 and wounded 13. The joint statement by the Interior Ministry and Prosecutor General's Office said the attack was committed by 29-year-old Georgian citizen Gadirov Farda Asad oglu by Makarov revolver.
The attack was committed by 29-year-old Georgian citizen Gadirov Farda Asad oglu. The killer shot himself dead while he was rendered harmless by police.
Three cartridge-belts with capacity of 40 bullets and 71 bullets and two magazines were seized from the body of the killer.
A suit has been filed on murder for hooliganism purposes (120.2.2), brutal murder (120.2.4), murdering more than one people (120.2.7), and an attempt of murder (29, 120.2.7) and illegal storing of arms (228.1).
Nadir Aliyev Shirkhanoglu, Gadirov's fellow-villager and friend, was arrested as a suspected on May 1.
There is a prohibition to broadcast performances about backward children and juveniles, Maharramli said.
"We prohibited televisions to broadcast fragments of blood and other forces before 23:00," Maharramli added.
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