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Freedoms Committee Condemns Continuing Persecution of Journalists, Media Professionals
Freedoms Committee Condemns Continuing Persecution of Journalists, Media Professionals
Journalists rights committee criticizes persistent repression against media professionals opposed the military-installed government.
Saturday, October 26,2013 20:36
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The Egyptian Journalists Syndicate’s Freedoms Committee denounces the continuing persecution of journalists and media professionals opposed to the ruling authorities, the politicized decisions to detain dozens under false accusations, and widespread violations against them at detention locations.

The committee further condemns the authorities’ disregard for journalistic and media freedoms, and their persistent harassment of media professionals. The committee also affirms its complete rejection of these repressive practices, and underlines the necessity of their immediate cessation and the release without delay of journalists and media professionals opposed the coup.

Muhammad Abdulquddoos

Secretary, Freedoms Committee

Egyptian Journalists Syndicate

October 23, 2013

tags: Coup / Anti-Coup / Security Forces / Egyptian Security / Journalists / Media / Arrests / Journalists Syndicate / Military Coup / Interior Ministry
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