You cannot order someone if you have no authority. You can ask or suggest.
What's strange about that? A lot of people, and a lot of organisations, propose various things for their agenda.
That news site you linked to for example doesn't look like a serious news site. More like a gossip tabloid with a focus on unsubstantiated claims about celebrities, verious reports on alien and UFO sightings, and a walled city on Mars, etc.
Just like you haven't edited your opening post to point out that ECRI is not part of the EU and that they aren't ordering anyone.
I guess that won't suit your agenda. The more people who get the wrong impression, the better?
That's all good but what's the motive behind them asking for this kind of censorship?
Whatever motive you'd suggest, I'd probably agree with you. That's besides the point though. Right now thousdands of organisations with no authority are asking someone to do something that suits their agenda. Do people care? Usually, no.
But make a topic and pretend that they are in position of great authority, and of course people will care.
The OP should have edited this crucial info into their opening post, but because they probably have dislike towards how things are run in certain areas of the world, they're content with people sharing that grudge, even if it's based off of missinformation.