Nasr Taha Mustafa

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Nasr Taha Mustafa is a Yemeni journalist and politician. He is currently the President's Advisor for Media and Cultural Affairs. He quit his position as Head of the State News Agency (Saba) and his position as a ruling party member in 19th of March 2011 after the Friday of Dignity massacre committed by the regime then during the 2011 Yemeni uprising.[1]

He served in key government and non-government positions as follows:

# Position From To
1 Minister of Information Jun 2014 Nov 2014
2 Director of the Presidential Office 2012 2014
3 Chairman of Yemen News Agency (Saba) 2001 2011
4 Head of the Federation of Arab News Agencies (FANA) 2003 2005
5 Chairman of the Yemeni Journalists Syndicate 2006 2009
6 General Manager of Al-Thawra Press and Publications State Corporation 1995 1996

He has published four books:

# Year Book Issuer
1 1994 Attempt to Understand the Yemeni Crisis
2 1999 Ali Abdullah Saleh .. Experience and Future Prospects The Yemeni Center for Strategic Studies (YCSS)
3 2000 Islah Party .. Issues, Stances and Challenges
4 2004 Concerns of End of Century .. Yemen and Major Political Shifts Riad El-Rayyes - Beirut

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