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Under the umbrella of media freedom...
Written by Bujar Braho 29 Mars 2023
There were other screens discussing, but the MCR screen at Ylli Rakipi, had caught the DASH report by the horns. Written on the monitor, in black and white fragments from the report for the media, what attracted attention was how the owners of many media outlets were connected to corrupt affairs, through tenders or fines. The analyst present in the show, in order to prove DASH's conclusion, with the papers on the table, began to read television media whose owners had set up and maintained their media, abusing through corrupt affairs with incinerators, benefiting from tenders, pressure on the authorities of corrupt or fine businesses. An eye-to-eye reading of DASH and not as he tried to read from France, the analyst brought via Skype, that DASH should not be trusted because it has been wrong in many countries of the world. Only we Albanians see it with a magnifying glass. The analyst does not know why he felt privileged in drawing conclusions, maybe being in France and with a demek was considered a Westerner, in reason, but the analyst in Ylli Rakip's show, shut his mouth, not with perceptions, but with facts even after numerous discussions about the seizure of the Prestige Resort, giving the right to the law enforcement bodies because they are the non-payment of taxes, which forced the legislature in the implementation of its powers, without the need for a court decision, to give the punishment based on the law. Not that in my neighborhood, a small coffee shop owner was fined 300,000 lek for breaking the law on smoking. Order also in the courts, but they followed the law. What to do!? Television owners are protected by the umbrella of media freedom, while... The discussion took my attention away from the show again. What stood out was that the report, more than any other time, discussed capture by corruption of the owners of visual media, unlike what the re-establishment or PL leaderships read, that the freedoms of independent media are violated. Speaking in the name of media freedom, closing your eyes to what is written in the report, as it was read by some analysts, is that the corrupt find their shelter, in the shelter of the screens. It is this connection of dependence that some screens go dark and wake up with the disparaging voices of the leaderships, dealing only with the capture of the state, closing their eyes... The abuse of the freedom of the media has made corruption reign in the kingdom of the media. Indeed DASH demands freedom of journalists and analysts, but not used by the owner, for illegal benefits. Since some media owners have turned into oligarchs, Ylli Rakip's analyst listed their names with a picture and voice, even though Ylli tried to stop mentioning the names. In a democratic system, where the media and justice are the pillars of the fight against corruption, to corrupt them would automatically mean capture and downfall of the system. There is no greater crime than media corruption, what is considered to be the reign of truth in discovering and fighting corruption, turns into a carrier... Hell is being derailed through reform, an even deeper reform is needed in the media , where a handful of money-hungry analysts become defenders of the interests of their corrupt owner, when the simple journalist cannot make ends meet with his salary. Only from this discrimination can you come to conclusions why media corruptions occur. More openly and simply than DSHA talks about this, there is no other. Those who read backwards remind me of Besnik, a fellow citizen of mine released from prison during the dictatorship. When he came to the village, he spoke the words backwards. As children, when we listened to him, we knew that Besnik spoke foreign languages. The village was filled with word of mouth; Prison is a big school. But soon the opinion changed; The faithful is met with a brick on the head. That some analysts on the screens are met with a brick on the head by the owners, it is enough to look at the lack of cohesion in their shows from today to yesterday, when it comes to attitudes towards the opposition leadership. The lack of cohesion by some media analysts is not about the diversity of opinion that is so necessary in a democracy, but the compromise for the corrupt interests of the owners, exploiting rulers and former rulers, who provide sources of income through tenders or other abusive forms. Located in Jalë with a friend, a group of villas built on top of a hill caught my attention. "Eh! The friend brought out. I was a soldier here for two years. At the foot of the mountain by the sea, soldiers have been working for more than 15 years, digging for the opening of a tunnel to find water for a governor's villa on top of the hill. What am I talking about!? For 30 years, a whole people has been working to build those villas. The media keep mentioning their names, but they disappear, I don't know what they find!? But for sure the chariot is painted by the owners, who keep their mouths shut. Even justice has been busy. Shyqyr is waking up today to the seizure of the villas of a minister, who is being investigated for corruption. As I followed my friend's word, curiosity led me to climb the hill. The locks of the two iron gates did not allow you to climb the stairs that meandered with km of road. The rulers of the dictatorship were satisfied with one villa at a time. They were punished for a coffee and closed their eyes in an apartment room even though they reigned for 50 years, while these days they don't run out of villas in the resorts. Let's not talk about "Off shorret", where you walk and find the traces of riches in sacks. Not only the justice has not had an umbrella, but some media, which apparently have debts to wash, have cast a shadow on them and continue to hold them in the pulpit. As if to clear up the confusion of the thoughts that were coming to me, as I followed the constructions in the wonderful bay of Jala, my friend who writes separated me from my thoughts; Poor writer, no can you do a book promotion on the screens to ask for the millions, I don't know where to find our politicians who get up and down on the screens?! Well those who are in power because they have the tenders, what about those in the opposition?! This is where interest comes into play. Work today, for tomorrow. That's why democracy is not getting a foothold because there are some evil minds that bring it around''. I returned it, in vain; It is not for nothing that they fill the "pulpits" and the screens for the freedom of the media and come to their side when they are punished for not paying taxes. The fight for media freedom has turned into an umbrella to protect corruption and the corrupt. he's getting his legs because it's some evil minds that bring him around''. I returned it, in vain; It is not for nothing that they fill the "pulpits" and the screens for the freedom of the media and come to their side when they are punished for not paying taxes. The fight for media freedom has turned into an umbrella to protect corruption and the corrupt. he's getting his legs because it's some evil minds that bring him around''. I returned it, in vain; It is not for nothing that they fill the "pulpits" and the screens for the freedom of the media and come to their side when they are punished for not paying taxes. The fight for media freedom has turned into an umbrella to protect corruption and the corrupt.