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Do you agree with 'Freedom of the Press' to hold our Government to account?

By Scarlet . Created on 04 Jun, 2019
It is concerning to see the current AFP raids on Journalists and the ABC for exposing articles that were in the public interest, when there has always been 'Freedom of the Press' in Australia.
Current Affairs 171 votes | 13 Comments
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Jules said a week ago
Someone has to hold them to account but there has to be a bit of respect
YES
534352393X said a week ago
trust, but verify, and the press are needed to verify
YES
braunhi said a week ago
Thanks Paul for your message and I agree with you. Well said. Take care and enjoy your Thursday. B.
Robbie said 3 weeks ago
Yes I do I think the press dose keep politicians on the up and up otherwise you wouldn't know what their doing
NO
Ava said 3 weeks ago
There is a big difference between freedom of the Press and The Press breaking the law
YES
braunhi said 3 weeks ago
Thanks again for your message. I agree with you totally. There is a big difference. If they break the law they should be charged. Take care. B.
YES
Chrome1 said 3 weeks ago
Only way to be honest, is to have it free to press.
YES
braunhi said 3 weeks ago
Thanks Chrome for your message. I agree with you. Take care and enjoy your Friday. B.
Penny said 3 weeks ago
Government already hold to much very private and personal information... how much more do they really need??
YES
Wayne said 3 weeks ago
without freedom of the press governments could do and get away with what ever they want and we would be none the wiser
YES
Hans Proebsting said 3 weeks ago
Governments should not need to be held to account, but sadly, they do. Freedom of press is essential for this to happen.