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Letter: Senior Bosnian journalists mobilized for military service

His Excellency Dr. Alija Izetbegovic President of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina Vienna, 8 February 1995 Your Excellency. The International Press Institute (IPI) is most concerned about the recent decision of the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to mobilize for military service four senior journalists employed by Radio Zid. We […]

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Letter: Proposed changes to Czech media law threaten press freedom

H. E. Václav Klaus Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Prime Minister’s Office Prague Czech Republic Vienna, 7 February 1995 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI), representing editors and leading journalists from newspapers, magazines, broadcasting organisations and news agencies in 89 countries, is most concerned about the proposed changes in media legislation in the […]

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Letter: Amendments to Romanian penal code compromise freedom of the press

His Excellency Mr. Ion Iliescu President of Romania Office of the President Bucharest Romania Vienna, 31 January 1995 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI), representing publishers, editors-in-chief and leading journalists from newspapers, magazines, broadcasting organisations and news agencies in 89 countries, is deeply concerned about proposed amendments to the Romanian penal code that are […]

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Letter: Polish court decision pressures journalist to reveal sources

His Excellency Mr. Lech Walesa President of the Republic of Poland Office of the President Ul. Wiejska 4/8 00-902 Warsaw Poland Vienna, 26 January 1995 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI) is deeply concerned about the threat to press freedom in Poland posed by a recent Supreme Court decision that could force journalists to […]

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