Is every perspective on a news story equally important?

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I believe that every perspective matters at the different levels, though everyone deserves the right of speech.

The main reason I believe this is because in many countries people believe their leaders have the right opinion over the public.These opinions are bias and sometimes fake or not fully factual.For example, in Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi and the army have to protect their name, but the majority of the Myanmar people have faith in this.For example the State Counsellor says”, Terrorist started the violence,” in response the University student (Aye Myat Mon) says”,They do not belong to this country.”Further evidence appeared in last year's’ Russia and their their rights project, where Ex ambassador of Russia gave their view, on whether we should interfere with Russia and was obviously bias meaning their point is invalid.

This shows every opinion is not as relevant as each other because people with bias rather than verified facts are not as important.

People with verified facts have a stronger opinion case than a person with soul opinion. Opinion is needed to be backed up with real fact and a reliable source. The UN Secretary-General,an experienced global organisation worker that tries to solve word problems,has spoken about the issue and stated”, The situation has spiralled into the world’s fastest developing refugee emergency and a human rights nightmare.” He has the evidence to back his point up because multiple sources have stated 700,000 Rohingya people have had to flee since the crisis began.

I hope you have seen the importance of facts over opinions.

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