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Media training is not compulsory: Saneem


Jul 01, 2022 04:29:23 PM

Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says media training is not compulsory for journalists in Fiji to cover the 2022 General Election.
Saneem confirmed this during a press conference in Suva today and said while the training is not compulsory, he is urging media houses to be part of the exercise.
"Members of the media who will be covering the elections will want to go through this training so that you have the latest and current information in relation to the election."
"Each institution in Fiji, each media house in Fiji will undertake special measures to ensure that those persons in their organizations who are covering elections undergo this training."
"It is a responsibility of those organizations because we saw in the post-election petitions that litigants relied heavily on information and misinformation published in the media to apply for a review of the election results."
"This means your job is not only important today, but your job will be important in what may come forward in the future."
"May I also take this opportunity to remind our friends in the media that it is also their responsibility that the election is free, fair and credible."
"This means that you must ensure that all your articles cover the election accurately. Information in relation to elections must be first clarified with the Fijian Elections Office as we are the direct source for this information."
"If you have information, comment, or criticism from another agency, it must be quickly evaluated against documents already published by the Fijian Elections Office."
Saneem further said that in a bid to get more interest flowing into the media training, the FEO has decided to give some lucrative prizes to members of the media in the month of July while a draw will be conducted at the end of the month.
By Romeka Romena  

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