Disseminate Positive Values & Images of Brunei and Monarch
|The Meeting at the Lapau Building|
LAPAU, BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, 21 November 2014 - Media practitioners are the first in line to distribute and broadcast accurate information as well as having the right accountability. A media sharing information programme and the government agencies act as a medium in sharing knowledge between the government with the government and private media.
The Assistant Senior Chief of Adat Istiadat Negara, Yang Amat Mulia Pg Seri Wijaya Pg Hj Ahmad Pg Md Yusof highlighted the matter at the Knowledge Sharing Session ceremony yesterday.
According to Yang Amat Mulia, the existence of the open communication network will enable media to broadcast and disseminate the correct information to the public without affecting the image and reputation of the Monarch and the Government.
Yang Amat Mulia also said the Public Communication Committee for the Government and its Departments will also be use as a bilateral platform between the Media and the Government.
With this platform, both parties will jointly support and look after the good image of the government and the country to ensure a harmonious and peaceful life for the people and citizens of Brunei.
Present was the Chief of Adat Istiadat Negara, Yang Amat Mulia Pg Lela Cheteria Sahibun Najabah Pg Anak Hj Abd Aziz Pg Jaya Negara Pg Hj Abu Bakar.
The Permanent Secretary for Media and Cabinet at the Prime Ministers Office, Awg Hj Md Rozan Dato Paduka Hj Md Yunos in his speech said the session aimed to increase knowledge and improve the quality of broadcasting.
According to him, following a correct order or hierarchy is among the most important agenda in the country in accordance to the Malay Islamic Monarch (MIB) doctrine.
Such a program was aimed to benefit every media practitioners in sustaining their integrity, being responsible in a career, not violating the code of ethics and journalism ethics that focussed on the concept of MIB towards the harmony of the country.
The event was held at the Dewan Persantapan Lapau in the capital. ©BRUDIRECT.COM