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International organizations letter to Rama: Remove the restriction on the journalist, we are concerned about the freedom of the press in Albania, you must refrain
Written by Sidorela BRAÇJA 7 Korrik 2022
Six international organizations have sent an open letter to Prime Minister Edi Rama. International groups for freedom of the press have asked to remove the restrictions for the journalist that Prime Minister Edi Rama said would not be allowed to participate in government press conferences for 3 months, and expressed concern about this situation. According to them, these arbitrary restrictions seriously affect the ability of the press to carry out their watchdog role and seek answers to challenging issues. your latest to unilaterally ban journalists from government press conferences and require them to undergo "re-education" as they asked challenging questions about matters of public interest. Our organizations are concerned that these arbitrary restrictions seriously affect the ability of the press to carry out their watchdog role and seek answers to challenging issues. They are also emblematic of deeper problems related to access to information for journalists and the obstruction of free and independent journalism in Albania, which ranks 103rd in RSF's World Press Freedom Index, falling every year with 20 countries", says the letter.
Organizations demand restraint towards these measures
Among other things, the letter emphasizes that in Albania there is no official administrative sanction that allows journalists to be unilaterally banned from participating in government press conferences. They call for the immediate removal of the restriction on Klevin Muka and to refrain from imposing such measures. "In our view, there is no official administrative sanction in Albania that allows journalists to be unilaterally banned from participating in conferences of government press by individual politicians, or even those holding executive positions. Therefore, we think that the measures imposed on both Klevin Muka and Ambrioza Meta were arbitrary and unjustified. Therefore, we call on you to immediately remove the restriction on Klevin Muka and refrain from imposing such measures on all members of the press", the letter states. Among other things, the statement states that journalist Muka's questions included a legitimate matter of public interest on the Code of Ethics of the newly created Council of Ministers and possible conflicts of interest involving the minister in question. joint press conference with Foreign Minister Olta Xhaçka, on July 1, 2022, you answered the questions of the journalist Klevin Muka of the A2 CNN branch station, telling him that he had violated the code of journalistic ethics and that he should be subject to three months of "re-education" before he was welcomed to the next press conferences. In our estimation,