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AGİT’den ABD’ye basın özgürlüğü eleştirisi (english-fransızca) Reviewed by Momizat on . Avrupa Güvenlik ve İşbirliği Teşkilatı AGİT Basın Özgürlüğü Temsilcisi Dunja Dunja Mijatovic,ABD'ye gazeteciler için davayla ilgili eleştirdi. AGİT'ten yapılan Avrupa Güvenlik ve İşbirliği Teşkilatı AGİT Basın Özgürlüğü Temsilcisi Dunja Dunja Mijatovic,ABD'ye gazeteciler için davayla ilgili eleştirdi. AGİT'ten yapılan Rating: 0
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Avrupa Güvenlik ve İşbirliği Teşkilatı AGİT Basın Özgürlüğü Temsilcisi Dunja Dunja Mijatovic,ABD’ye gazeteciler için davayla ilgili eleştirdi.

AGİT’ten yapılan açıklama şöyle:

OSCE media freedom representative calls on US authorities to drop case against journalist

OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović, today said she was disappointed by the U.S. Supreme Court decision which may force a reporter to reveal their sources in a criminal trial.

The decision of the U.S. highest court endorses a previous judgement by the United States Court of Appeals in Virginia which also affirmed a ruling requiring James Risen, a reporter for The New York Times, to testify in the criminal trial of a former Central Intelligence Agency official charged with disclosing classified information to the reporter.

“As I stated in my previous interventions on this case, it is not acceptable to force a journalist to testify and disclose their sources when reporting on matters of public interest.” Mijatović said.

Mijatović noted that the Justice Department still has the chance to refrain from any action which may end up in sentencing Risen to jail for contempt if he refuses to testify.

“I urge the authorities to show restraint in line with internal regulations adopted by the Department and public statements recently made on this issue by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.”.

The Representative also called once again for the adoption of a shield law to protect journalists and their sources.

“The right of reporters to protect their sources is one of the key principles of investigative journalism and must be safeguarded,” she said.

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Mijatovic ayrıva twitter mesajına şunları kaydetti:”The right of reporters to protect their sources is one of the key principles of journalism and must be safeguarded”

ABD ve Fransız basınında konuyla ilgili çıkan haberler şöyle:

NY Times case ‘not acceptable’: OSCE media advocate

The OSCE’s media rights advocate urged US authorities on Tuesday not to take action against a US journalist who refuses to testify in a trial against a former CIA officer.

 

New York Times journalist James Risen was summoned by a federal appeals court to testify about confidential information leaked to him by ex-CIA official Jeffrey Sterling.

 

He faces jail time if he does not reveal his sources.

 

“It is not acceptable to force a journalist to testify and disclose their sources when reporting on matters of public interest,” OSCE media freedom representative Dunja Mijatovic said in a statement Tuesday.

 

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/afp/140603/ny-times-case-not-acceptable-osce-media-advocate

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Secret des sources: l’OSCE prend la défense d’un journaliste américain

L’Organisation pour la sécurité et la coopération en Europe (OSCE) a pris mardi la défense d’un journaliste américain sommé par la justice de son pays de révéler ses sources dans une affaire impliquant la CIA.

 

“Il n’est pas acceptable de forcer un journaliste à témoigner et révéler ses sources lorsqu’il rapporte des faits ayant un intérêt pour le public”, déclare dans un communiqué Dunja Mijatovic, représentante de l’organisation pour la liberté de la presse.

 

James Risen, un reporter du New York Times, refuse sa convocation pour témoigner au procès d’un ancien responsable de la CIA, Jeffrey Sterling, accusé d’avoir rendu publiques des informations confidentielles sur une opération secrète contre l’Iran.

 

M. Risen encourt la prison s’il persiste à refuser de dévoiler ses sources, et l’affaire est considérée comme un test pour la liberté de la presse aux Etats-Unis.

 

Lundi, la Cour suprême américaine a refusé de se saisir de l’affaire, maintenant donc l’injonction faite au journaliste. Mme Dunjatovic a répliqué mardi en se disant “déçue” par la décision de la haute Cour.

 

L’OSCE, instance de dialogue issue de la Guerre froide, compte actuellement 57 États membres, allant des États-Unis et du Canada à la Russie et à la Mongolie, en passant par le continent européen.

Sa représentante pour la liberté de la presse joue un rôle d’alerte sur les atteintes à la liberté des médias dans les Etats membres.

http://www.challenges.fr/media/20140603.AFP8772/secret-des-sources-l-osce-prend-la-defense-d-un-journaliste-americain.html

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