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In a message to the Tunisian president, the prime minister and the Constituent Assembly president, the INRIC outlined 14 recommendations to salvage the media sector from its present deterioration.
Kamel Labidi also said he had "proposed to the President of the Republic in his capacity as president of the former INRIC, names of persons recognised for their independence and their expertise but their appointment to the head of HAICA is rejected by Ennahdha Movement."
TUNIS (TAP) - The Interim Prime Ministry expressed surprise at the announcement of the dissolution of the National Authority for Reform of Information and Communication (INRIC) by its former President Kamel Labidi, "without prior consultation or information of the parties concerned or authorities in charge which set up this structure, appointed its President, secured its independence and eased its work."
In a communique sent Thursday to TAP news agency and meant for public opinion, the Prime Ministry outpointed that the former President of INRIC had wrongly accused the Government of "supervision and disinformation," reminding that the Government and all the parties concerned by the media landscape keep on making efforts to manage this field and this climate of freedom of expression without the benefit of any media coverage.
Addressing the meeting, Ridha kefi, member of the national authority for the reform of information and communication INRIC said: "the reform of the media should take into account two principles: the independence of the media system and the rehabilitation of the journalist who is the only one entitled to provide the information and not the administrative or governmental official ''.
TUNIS (TAP) - The National Authority for the Reform of Information and Communication INRIC looked on Friday at means to change the status of Tunis Afrique Presse (TAP) news agency from a governmental media service to a public media service.
TUNIS (TAP) - The Independent National Authority to Reform Information and Communication (INRIC) denounced on Thursday ''an unfair campaign'' staged against it by the Tunisian Union of Media Group Managers STDM.
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