Sunday 08/11/2015 0:53
Special / Baghdad news
said the head of the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory Ziad Ajili "The government headed by Haidar al-Abadi did not react with the issue of protection of journalists in full, despite the fact that al-Abadi free journalists from the military authority and gave orders to cancel the work permits that were granted by the military leaders to the media at the beginning of he took office and to make sure this thing to his credit. "He Ajili, in an exclusive interview with" Baghdad News ", that" it seems that the will of the military and security authorities appeared to prevail over the will of the prime minister and returned to the scene of new attacks on journalists and the difference media without hearing any rose official reaction from the government in this regard. "He pointed Ajili that" We must remind the government that the UN organizations and the Security Council have taken international resolutions in order to journalists the situation in Iraq, according to reports contributed to writing the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory (JFO) and international organizations about security risks and killings against journalists in Mosul and impunity as well, "pointing out that" our government regrettably for Do you hear and Do you read what is published and broadcast outside the country, did not adopt any real statistics on the deterioration of press freedom and free expression in the country. "The Journalistic Freedoms Observatory (JFO) The center Metro, may people in a report published a few days ago, and a default clear and the failure to prosecute the perpetrators of targeting journalists crimes by armed groups or terrorist gangs, and even the window of political parties in the country, by the central government authorities in Baghdad and the authorities in the Kurdistan region. and called for the two organizations to refer the targeting of journalists in Iraq to the International Criminal Court as war crimes, crimes file, in case of continued Iraqi authorities of failing in this regard, to put an end to the state of impunity against those who committed those crimes.
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