SERBIA: SEEMO criticises Serbia

SERBIA, 07/06/2014

Following claims on numerous incidents of media censorship / self-censorship in Serbia, the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), expresses its concern over the pressures and threats media workers are received in Serbia.

Over 30 people have been detained on the grounds of false news and panic dissemination, while websites and online content were being blocked.

SEEMO notes that this is only part of the pressure that journalists in Serbia face.

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