During the National Press Freedom Day, celebrated every May 3, ANME read a few paragraphs of what RSF described as the ‘Report on Press Freedom in the North Africa and Middle East Region (ANMO)’. year”, stated in a press release of ANME.
The association notes that it is “a report similar to those published in previous years, because the organization has always relied on misinformation, slander, with the intention of misleading world public opinion. , based on biased data, and selecting some experts as value judgments.”
Every year, the organization “Reporters Without Borders” attacks certain countries and/or institutions and threatens them with false terms such as freedom of expression, arbitrary arrest, etc., in order to facilitate its control over these countries. and orient them politically and economically to serve certain agendas”.
“This kind of statement is aimed at delaying the path of development and sovereign independence of our country, North African and Middle Eastern countries like Morocco,” he said, adding that he has known for years. ANME expresses its disapproval of the treatment of false cases raised by the annual report on the decline of freedom of expression in Morocco in “144Th RSF considers that world-class, and unfair trials of journalists (…)”.
As a result, the Association recalls some facts, firstly, the position of the RSF, “engaged in the specified foreign service, does not allow to ‘report’ the situation of the press and freedom of the press in Morocco. Diaries”. Second, it laments that “the lack of objectivity and reliability places the system in a position of intellectual integrity, especially since it always relies on the same experts and legal experts as sources of information.”
Third, ANME points out that “Reporters Without Borders” are intolerably interfering in the internal affairs of the state and the freedom of its institutions by constantly questioning judicial institutions, including judges, lawyers and civil society. and human rights observers.
Fourth, “Reporters Without Borders” deliberately focuses on the “glass half empty” and hides the real achievements that reflect the development that Morocco has experienced in recent years constitutionally and politically or in the level of support given. The professional and social conditions of journalists are evidenced, inter alia, by social grants”.
Fifth, in support of this observation, ANME paradoxically suggests that the organization change the name “Reporters Without Borders” to “Manipulators Without Borders” so that the name is more consistent with his actions, his style and his actions. Complex hatred.