26. mar 2021.

Labelling of journalists in the Assembly continues, media and journalists’ organisations formed a Coalition for Joint Action

Coalition for Media Freedom has warned the public that in the Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, the campaign against journalists and non-governmental organisations has continued. Dangerous statements of the public officials and accusations against journalists of them running criminal, party and other campaigns against officials in the government only represents a continuation of the deterioration of the Serbia’s media scene.

13. mar 2021.

Serbia: MFRR condemns baseless smear campaign aimed at KRIK


The International Press Institute (IPI) today joined the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) in condemning the smear campaign aimed at the Network for Investigation of Crime and Corruption (KRIK) by pro-government media outlets which propagated the baseless and dangerous claim that KRIK has a ‘secret deal’ with Veljko Belivuk, a recently arrested leader of an organised crime group.

11. mar 2021.

Matthew Caruana Galizia: It feels anxiety is never-ending. Those who are responsible for my mother death should be in jail

Interview by Marija Sajkas

In an exclusive interview for Cenzolovka, Matthew Caruana Galizia talks about fighting the impunity for the killing of his mother, an investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, about journalists' threats and fears, about an effort of the past president of the European Commission to protect the former president of Malta, as well as about the importance of solidarity and the Daphne Project without which none of the perpetrators would likely be apprehended.  

24. feb 2021.

Judge Slavko Žugić – Justice at work

Author Veran Matić

Dragoljub Simonovic, former mayor of Grocka, charged with the first-instance verdict for ordering burning of the house of journalist Milan Jovanovic, with lawyers Gostiljac, Vukovic, Zora Dobricanin and others, rudely domineered the trial with numerous obstructions - at hearings (when there were any) and during delays for various reasons.

28. okt 2020.

Getting Away with Murder

Elana Beiser/CPJ Editorial Director

CPJ’s 2020 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and their killers go free. The case of Slavko Ćuruvija is a very important for CPJ, says CPJ’s Europe and Central Asia program coordinator Gulnoza Said

01. okt 2020.

The Case of Radomir Markovic and Others (Slavko Curuvija)

The Appeals Court in Belgrade reversed and remanded a lower court decision convicting four members of the Serbian State Security services of murdering journalist Slavko Curuvija. After hearing testimony from over 100 witnesses, the High Court determined that Curuvija had been labelled as an “enemy of the State,” that data collected from mobile phone towers placed three of the defendants in close proximity to Curuvija at the time of the killing, and that the killers, in cooperation with an unidentified shooter, were acting on orders from the highest echelons of the Serbian government. The Appeals Court argued that no evidence of an unidentified shooter was presented during the trial and therefore the conviction was flawed. The case was sent back to the High Court for reconsideration or retrial and hearings are scheduled for 5, 6, and 9 October 2020.

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