The International Atomic Press Association says the freedom of the media in Ethiopia has improved 40 times compared to last year.
The International Atomic Press Association's press release of France has released the annual "International Federation of Media Freedom Index" today.
Ethiopia || Be mindful - the police were inaccessible news April 18 - 2019 Accordingly, Ethiopia has improved from 40 countries to 180 countries in the last 18 months.
Ethiopia has upgraded its status as a result of the recent change in the country following the arrival of Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed to power, observing the strong media freedom in the country.
This followed a number of journalists and bloggers in Ethiopia indicating that they had opened several blocked sites and blocked several websites.
Above all, repressive laws restricting the freedom to express freely in the country are improving.
In addition, for the first time in his country, he has held a journalist detained for the first time since 2018.
The Global Unpublished Journalist Group is a free media freedom watchdog that analyzes the freedom of media in 180 states each year.
The 2013 World Press Freedom Day will take place on April 24 and 25, 2011 in Addis Ababa.
The council is focusing on the role of the media in building the democratic order and the role of free voters.
It is expected that more than 1,500 delegates from different states and international organizations will attend the meeting.