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Coalition “Media for Advocacy” Requests Top Secret Removed from Photo-Reporters’ Case

11.07.2011
Coalition “Media for Advocacy” requests the government to remove Top Secret from the photo-reporters’ case.

Coalition members also request the government to make the investigation process transparent.

“We stress out, that ignoring of public interest by the government is completely unacceptable for us. Unless case details are published in near future, we will assess the activities of the government as direct oppression on Georgian media and journalism; and the detainees will be prisoners of conscience,” stated the Coalition representatives.

They added the Coalition will apply various activities for the release of journalists and will use all methods of public oppression to achieve the goals.

“We believe that due to lack of information, the society is incapable to properly evaluate the facts and make correct conclusions. The information is incredible. Thus, we doubt the government hides the case details from the society on purpose and intimidates Georgian media-representatives,” said the representatives of the Coalition “Media for Advocacy.”

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