aACoeWe demand that authorities aACAo including the police, the state prosecutor and the courts aACAoimmediately open an investigation into this incident,aACA[yen] SEEMO
Secretary General Oliver Vujovic said.
aHis work provoked public debates and political reactions on the importance of democratic values and civil society rightsa, wrote CEI & SEEMO
in their official announcement.
Due to the success of the already-existing websites, SEEMO
will create press freedom websites dedicated to Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Greece, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia and Ukraine.
called on Kosovo authorities, as well as the European Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX) to investigate both incidents.
aACoePolitical representatives and persons working for public and state institutions must be open to communication with journalists, without using any form of pressure against them, said SEEMO
Secretary General Oliver Vujovic.
I am surprised by the decision of the Electronic Media Council," said Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO
Two days earlier, as SEEMO
reported, on 2 June 2012, Dodik asked Ljiljana Kovacevic, the local correspondent of the Belgrade-based Beta News Agency, to leave a press conference and to not return.
According to SEEMO
sources, some journalists did not have experience or the training in conflict reporting and volatile situations.
did not always react publicly to these violations: in some cases, journalists on the ground preferred result-oriented quiet diplomacy, rather than public protests.
The joint delegation met with the president this morning as part of a four-day press freedom mission to Croatia by IPI and SEEMO
that began Tuesday.
Spasov has told SEEMO
that one day before the book arrived by post, his wife received a visitor: a representative from a local company connected to the construction projects investigated by Spasov came to her office and requested her home address.
Erhard Busek - SEEMO
2011 Award for Better Understanding in South East Europe, Croatian journalist and author Drago Hedl has received death threats.