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OSCE Representative Mijatović warns of further restrictions to media pluralism and access to information in Crimea, Ukraine

VIENNA, 1 April 2015 – OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović today said that media pluralism and access to information in Crimea, Ukraine, have been limited even further, following the end of the imposed re-registration period for all media outlets by 1 April 2015. “Crimean Tatar media outlets are having their registration rejected for subjective reasons, this is yet another proof that the politically selective censorship of free and independent voices in Crimea is continuing,” Mijatović said. According to reports, practically all Crimean Tatar media outlets, including ATR and Lale television channels, Meydan and Lider radio stations, …read more

Source: OSCE

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