Your Majesty: The Committee to Protect Journalists is disappointed by the government’s continued use of the courts to suppress freedom of expression, and it urges you to use your constitutional prerogatives to end the unjust imprisonment of our colleague Driss Chahtan. We also ask you to instruct authorities to end the practice of withholding accreditation from journalists working for critical foreign news outlets.
Two weeks ago,
Imprisoned | Azerbaijan, Burma, Cambodia, Cameroon, China, Cuba, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, India, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Mauritania, Morocco, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen
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New York, June 15, 2009--The Committee to Protect Journalists is deeply concerned by defamation
charges filed against a Moroccan editor by a group that represents close
relatives of King Mohammed VI. A
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