Restrictions on who may practice journalism are unlawful.
- The right to express oneself through the media by practicing journalism shall not be subject to undue legal restrictions.
- Every person has the right to communicate his/her views by any means and in any form. Compulsory membership or the requirements of a university degree for the practice of journalism constitute unlawful restrictions of freedom of expression.
- The following enables journalism to contribute to the maintenance and development of genuine democracy: a) unrestricted access to the journalistic profession.
- There should be no legal restriction on who may practice journalism.