"FREEDOM HOUSE" RATING: ARMENIAN MEDIA REMAIN CLASSED AS NOT FREE

On April 29 “Freedom House” international organization published its annual global survey on freedom of press in 2007. [] Out of 195 countries and territories 72 (37%) were rated free, while 59 (30%) were rated partly free and 64 (33%) were rated not free. 18% of the world’s inhabitants live in countries that enjoy free press, 40% have a partly free press and 42% have a not free press. “Freedom House” notes the overall negative shift in media freedom worldwide. The list is headed by Finland and Iceland – 9 points each, followed by Denmark and Norway – 10 points each, Belgium and Sweden – 11 points each.

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