16 February 2013

Somalia: Prime Minister Met With Journalist Leaders

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Eighteen media workers were killed in Somalia last year, but none of the killers has been brought to justice (file photo).

Mogadishu — The prime minister today met with lawyers who are from different media organizations and it is believed that the meeting was about how we can protect and improve the rights of journalism in Somalia.

Mr Mohamed Ibrahim Pakistan the leader of the media organization of Somalia said that the journalist are facing a lot of troubles when finding information and collecting news in the ground now it is time to urge the government of the republic of Somalia to change the status concerning journalism so that they can be able to protect the journalism well.

The minister of information also stated that this will not be the end of the meeting between us and the leaders of journalism and also the minister say that they will stand to protect the journalism all over.

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