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Portfolio and Ethics Commission calls for reduction of barriers in access to sources

The Portfolio and Ethics Commission (CCE) appealed to the holders of the executive, judicial and legislative powers in Angola to “contribute to reducing the difficulties” faced by journalists, especially in accessing information sources.


In a note alluding to the World Press Freedom Day, which was marked this Tuesday, the CCE recalls that press freedom is a way for a citizen to be freely informed, through the media, "without the interference of the State in your access".

The effectiveness of press freedom "is measured by the work of journalists, namely access to information sources and the dissemination of materials, a premise defended in Angola by the CCE, as a self-regulation body of journalism", reads the note.

The professional card, whose delivery process to journalists in Angola began in March 2021 after the institutionalization of the CCE, "in addition to certifying and qualifying the journalist, is a valuable instrument of the class in the fight for the observance of this important constitutional design".

"To the professionals of the class, the Commission of the Portfolio and Ethics urges the fulfillment of the duties deriving from the set of rights that conform the exercise of journalism", still refers in the text signed by the president of the CCE, Luísa Rogério.

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