Macedonian reporters paid below-average wages, still exposed to threats and attacks


The country is marking the World Press Freedom Day on Friday (May 3) with reporters paid below-average wages while working in unsafe conditions and being at risk of intimidation and violence.

Whether it will keep the 38th position and go up or down will be shown by the new report, but although in all relevant international measurements some progress has been noted in the media sphere, remarks and concerns still circulate about the high level of corruption and the inefficient justice system, which permeate all social spheres, thus destabilizing the environment of the overall functioning of the media.

Last year, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) ranked the country 38th out of a total of 180 countries in the world according to the Global Media Freedom Index, and it became the best positioned in the Western Balkans region, ahead of Montenegro (39), Croatia (42), Kosovo (56). , Bosnia and Herzegovina (64) and Serbia (91) and Albania (96).


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