Freedom of press in Estonia, or just beautiful words?

  • 2010-07-21
  • By Anna-Maria Galojan
A free press, by most popular definitions, is one that is not afraid to ask the most difficult of questions, one that without fear attacks politicians and political parties, but above all has the confidence of its readers, viewers or listeners who expect and deserve unblemished facts and fearless reporting.On May 25, 2009, 48 editors-in-chief and leading journalists from 19 countries adopted and signed the “European Charter on Freedom of the Press in Hamburg.” In ten articles, the charter formulates principles for the freedom of the press from government interference - i...
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