Baja California Governor Jaime Bonilla has been warned by the National Human Rights Commission to respect the press and reporters.
The Commission recalled that several journalist Organizations had criticized the governor for his harsh remarks against a Mexicali news anchor.
Also, these organizations had criticized the lack of opportunities to interview the governor and access public information.
The organizations had asked Gov. Bonilla to respect freedom of information by allowing being interviewed for several issues that impact society.
The commission asked the governor and reporters to leave any differences and work in order to keep people informed. The commission highlighted the fact that authorities must acknowledge the relevance of the media while recognizing the right of people’s access to objective and free information.