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When Kuensel approached the ministry of economic affairs to verify 46 the top three companies of Bhutan, the ministry refused any information on the grounds that it was ‘inappropriate’. " Officials have constructed barricades to make things difficult for reporters these days. One of them has been the appointment of ministry policy and planning division (PPD) heads. Reporters are not allowed from contacting officials directly, rather have to sought answers to their queries in written, taking a lengthier time.

The confusion it has created potentially threatens to blur our identity. Media not only informs people, it can transform people as well. A proper clarity of our identity will be the first step towards that transformation and it is due soon. When the community itself is confronted with identity issues, other services to it will only be half as useful. Each terminology imposed on us need to be pondered over looking at its strengths, weakness and political ramifications thereof. The way to go forward is to stop using some of those terms that we know, do not suit us for sure.

Article 33 (7) gives power to the government to suspend rights conferred under sections 2, 4, 5, 14 and 18 of Article 7 during the period of emergency. This implies that not only the press freedom but all rights enjoyed by the citizens would be suspended during such periods. This will have negative impact on the citizens as they fail to have access with the situation of the country, their right to know what is happening in the country. The constitution does not guarantee that license of the publication houses, radios or TV stations would not be seized by the state.

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