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Judiciary and media should retain their credibility: Dr Surya Acharya


23 February 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Political analyst and infrastructure expert Dr. Surya Raj Acharya has remarked that the judiciary and media should not be dragged into dispute.

Amid concerns expressed about the credibility of judiciary and media, scholar Dr. Acharya tweeted that the organs of the state, including the fourth organ — journalism — should retain their credibility.

“No matter how much the executive and the legislatures are embroiled in controversies, their legitimacy can be restored through elections; however, the restoring the credibility of judiciary and media, the fourth organ takes a long time,” Dr. Acharya said in a tweet on Tuesday.

Publish Date : 23 February 2021 20:56 PM

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