Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance (Iran)
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Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance Iran
Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance
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Agency overview
Formed18 August 1984
JurisdictionIslamic Republic of Iran
Employees12,701 (2019)[1]
Agency executive
WebsiteOfficial Website
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politics and government of
Iran
Government of Islamic Republic of Iran

The Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance (Persian: ? ‎) is the ministry of Culture of the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is responsible for restricting access to any media that violates Islamic ethics or promotes values alien to the Iranian Revolution.[2] It was formed after the Revolution by merger of the Ministry of Culture and Art and the Ministry of Information and Tourism.[3]

For the importation and exportation of motion picture, cinematographic and television films, audio tapes, phonographic discs, books and other publications, brochures, pamphlets, commercial advertisement products, business catalogues, pictures, gravures, paintings, tableaux, etc., licenses are required to be obtained from the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance.[4] In addition, the ministry is one of the governmental bodies that are responsible for exporting the Islamic revolution[5] and one of the three "sovereign" ministerial bodies of Iran due to nature of its work at home and abroad.[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ ? Tasnim News
  2. ^ Official website o the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance
  3. ^ Responsibilities and organizational structure of Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance
  4. ^ Foreign Trade Regime of the IRI Archived 2013-03-10 at the Wayback Machine Memorandum
  5. ^ Bar, Shmuel (2009). "Iranian terrorist policy and "export of revolution"" (PDF). Interdisciplinary Center. Retrieved 2013.
  6. ^ al Labbad, Mustafa (15 August 2013). "Rouhani's Cabinet Seeks New Balance in Iranian Policies". As Safir. Retrieved 2013.

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