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"Reporters Without Borders" condemns Rama's behavior: Instead of excluding journalists, he should answer questions
"Reporters without Borders" have condemned the behavior of Prime Minister Edi Rama towards journalist Klevin Muka during a conference that took place a few days ago.
The spokesperson of the RSF in Germany, Birger Schütz, told DW that Rama's behavior demonstrates a very problematic understanding of the prime minister for democracy and freedom of the press.
He added that instead of excluding journalists from conferences, Rama should answer questions and work actively to improve press freedom in Albania.
"Reporters Without Borders" (RSF) condemns Edi Rama's statement on the exclusion of journalist Klevin Muka for three months from the Prime Minister's press conferences for allegedly unethical behavior. RSF also condemns the reasoning behind this step as a measure for Muka's re-education.
RSF also condemns Rama's refusal to allow Foreign Minister Olta Xhaçka to answer Muka's question about the conflict of interest between her position as a minister and the fact that her husband is a strategic investor.
Instead of excluding journalists from press conferences and insulting them, Edi Rama should answer questions and work actively to improve press freedom in Albania. This applies even more when Tirana wants to become part of the community of values of the European Union" , said Schütz.