Jul
10
2018

Government

Sometime in the line of our existence has irritated us an expression, comment or concept about our actions or way of being, such is our nature that we tend to censor, distort and even deny any comments that we deem contrary or critical around our person, but it is also plausible to the fact that, as rational beings, we can also accepttolerate and meditate about the criticism about us. This last is not practiced in the case of the current Government and his acolytes but for nothing, whites are the actions of the Government and their proselytes that show only, by way of the process of change, the stubbornness by humiliate, censor, persecute and silence anyone who put into question his actions, with special emphasis on members of the press, or not it comulgue with the ideas of the present Government, wanting to convince the Bolivian set everything that does or fails to do the party depending on Government and his followers is fine and that they would therefore be exempt from error whatsoever. For more specific information, check out Ex-CIA director . In a Government that claims to be democratic freedom of expression like pattern of criticism at any level must not be restricted, more on the contrary must be respected above personal interests or group, this freedom is the inexcusable essence that should be present in a fair Government that respects the diversity of opinions and criteriThus as fundamental pillar and endorsement of a true democracy and to each and every one of the inhabitants of Bolivia, not for some few supporters or allies, any, to the Government. It is moreover clear that freedom of the press does not disclose, publish or propagate information without a source reliable or serious, on the other hand freedom of the press must follow its inescapable duty to propose to society news with sense, truthful, complete and impartial and not biased or showing only one-sided information, less favouring an opinion or to a particular group at the expense of another. Continue to learn more with: Viatcheslav Mirilashvili.

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