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Theodore J. Boutrous Jr.: A Radical Departure on Press Freedom - Wall Street Journal
Obama orders review of press freedom guidelines in wake of recent scandals - The Guardian
COMMONWEALTH PRESS UNION MEDIA TRUST, London
FIPP – THE WORLDWIDE MAGAZINE MEDIA ASSOCIATION, London
INTER AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION, Miami
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTING, Montevideo
INTERNATIONAL PRESS INSTITUTE, Vienna
WORLD ASSOCIATION OF NEWSPAPERS & NEWS PUBLISHERS,
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM COMMITTEE, Paris/Washington DC
24 January 2013
To the Honorable Members of Parliament:Oct. 17, 2012 - IFEX-TMG Calls on Tunisia to Guarantee Media Independence
(IFEX-TMG) - 17 October 2012 - A general strike for media employees is taking place today as Tunisian authorities continue to resist demands to make constitutional guarantees on freedom of expression and recall controversial media sector appointments. The IFEX Tunisia Monitoring Group (IFEX-TMG), a coalition of 21 IFEX members, which includes the World Press Freedom Committee, stands strongly with the media sector in its action, calling on the Tunisian government to reconsider its policies regarding the media and to engage in meaningful dialogue that will secure its independence.Sept. 26, 2012 - Tunisia Should Accept All UN Recommendations on Free Expression
(IFEX-TMG) - While welcoming Tunisia's acceptance of 110 of its 125 recommendations during a United Nations review last week, the IFEX Tunisia Monitoring Group (IFEX-TMG), including World Press Freedom Committee, calls on the country's leadership to adopt the recommendations related to freedom of expression without delay.