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Rama expelled the journalist for three months, Genc Pollo revolted: It cannot pass in silence
Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Korrik 2022
Genc Pollo reacted after Prime Minister Edi Rama's decision to expel journalist Klevin Muka from conferences for three months after a question he asked Minister Olta Xhaçka on Friday.
Pollo says that the journalist's question is not intended to violate the minister's privacy or dignity, but to verify the legality of the minister's actions.
He says that the least that can be done in these cases is a strike of the prime minister's conferences or something else stronger until Rama cancels the deportation-internment.
There can be no peace with "Expulsion-Internition" !!
The ridiculous "Deportation-Internition" of a journalist by the Prime Minister cannot be passed over in silence by media freedom organizations and journalists' associations.
Journalist Klevi Muka asked about an issue of high public interest which is the subject of consideration in the Assembly of the Republic and probably in the Constitutional Court. His question is not intended to violate the minister's privacy or dignity; in the known circumstances, the question aims to verify the legality of the minister's actions.
In defense of the journalist, Muka cannot be the only opposition, as well as the unarticulated social opinion. In no half-normal country on the five continents would the colleagues of a "Klevi Muka" accept a status quo. The least of these cases is a strike of the Prime Minister's press conferences. Or something else stronger. Until Rama cancels yesterday's deportation-internment.