US News in Italy, the rapper Fez accuses the rai of having wanted to censor his criticism of the far-right

12:05  04 may  2021
12:05  04 may  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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The Italian rapper Fez says that the Rai wanted to prevent him from criticizing the league of Matteo Salvini during a concert of the May 1st. The neutrality of the audiovisual public service is again implicated.

  En Italie, le rappeur Fedez accuse la Rai d'avoir voulu censurer ses critiques de l'extrême droite © Supplied by FranceInfo

The famous Italian rapper Fedez, companion of the infleuner Chiara Ferragni, accuses the Rai of having censored, triggering a strong controversial around the audiovisual public group: he says that RAI leaders have tried to Dissuade him from criticizing the extreme right during a concert of May 1st. A scandal that revives the debate on the neutrality of the diffuser.

At the concert of May 1, Fedez, which has 12 million subscribers in its Instagram account, lasted the League (extreme right) of Matteo Salvini that he accuses to block in Parliament a law sanctioning discrimination, in particular those aimed at sexual minorities.

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Before reciting a litany of anti-gay comments attributed to members of the league - including one says: "If I had a homosexual son, I would burn it in an oven" - FEEDE said that the RAI had attempted to silence it before rising on stage. After a first denial, Fez has published a conversation filmed on his phone in which the concert producer and the number 2 of the RAI3 channel argued that the event does not lend himself to a political forum.

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the RAI pleaded that the registration had been truncated. The video was seen 2.2 million times and politicians, including former Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (Five Stars Movement), supported rapper.

The question of the reform of the Governance of the RAI - whose management is appointed by the political parties in power - is a sea serpent in Italy. "For years we have denounced a 'system' at the RAI: ​​it is the particlery, which, with different parties, reigns on the public service," says the union of Journalists of the USIG RAI. "Let the RAI free, let ideas, information and free art."

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The case has made one of the newspapers on Monday, and the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Roberto Fico, called the audiovisual group to pass "competence and independence above all" .

The question of the freedom and independence of public service media is particularly sensitive in Italy where the journalistic landscape has been reshaped by the former Prime Minister and Billionaire Silvio Berlusconi, that his Mediaset conglomerate has carried in his political ambitions.

In 2015, the Government of Matteo Renzi transferred the power to appoint the executive audiovisual audiovisual leaders to Parliament, without achieving the process completely transparent and to silence criticism.

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RAI is the most viewed diffuser in Italy, with about 36% market share. But it depends on aging viewers and confronts fierce competition from private bouquets, such as Sky Italia and Mediaset.

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The controversy takes a few days after the group had decided to end its antennas with the practice of "BlackFace", caricatural representation of black people by white actors who were part of the regular animations in one of the weekly broadcasts. entertainment broadcast by the group.

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