President of Mexico aggravates the risk of journalists' work from the National Palace, experts say

"'Biased,' 'unfair,' 'sensationalist,' and now a 'who is who in false news?' Are some of the expressions that the president [of Mexico] Andrés Manuel López Obrador has launched at the press in his two years of government. Although the president says that he does not stigmatize, experts warn that he does and that it even aggravates the violence suffered by journalists and those who exercise their right to freedom of expression.

Since his government began, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has shown differences with the media, which he has accused of not having covered his activities when he was in the opposition, but also of covering the mismanagement that was done in previous governments in exchange for receiving money in advertising.


To counter the attacks by the press, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador decided to include in his morning conference a weekly section called 'who is who in the false news?', during which, in addition to denying information, it is his space to reply to criticism from the press."

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