Thursday, November 29, 2007

Why Scorpio Men Disappear

Journalists denied

Purtroppo,dopo la bella notizia,mi tocca riflettere con voi su una situazione che è molto triste.
L'articolo in questione è: Birmania: giornalisti da salvare. link:
E' il rapporto di Amnesty International sulla situazione dei diritti umani in Birmania. Si parla di oltre settecento persone arrestate durante e dopo le manifestazioni September, violence and torture. This is not news, you say, but let's talk, let's talk, let's talk, will never be enough.
I said, over seven hundred arresti.Giornalisti including, of course.
Some names: Ye Lwin, a journalist and poet, the soldiers beat and hauled away a truck to Rangoon; Htin Min Ko Ko Gyi, in hospital after arrest for head injuries, Maung Yan Paing, Kyaw Zeya Tun, Win Ko Ko Lat, and the photographer Win Saing, from August 29 are under arrest. Others were in prison for some time: U Win Tin, inprigionato for eighteen years, and now has 77, for writing about the conditions of detainees in prisons birmane.E 'very sick, Reporters Sans Frontieres calls for years when his rilascio.Chissà will be heard.
these, only a few examples.
Needless to say that censorship still exists, we have all seen how difficult it is to find news on Burma, become increasingly rare and frammentarie.E who knows who runs risks can be disclosed.
in E x is a concrete proposal to give voice to despair, we have removed the entire public : "These stories, few and fragmentary, who come from Burma interrogate journalists around the world. To support press freedom in Burma anything can be done.
For example, as trade unions and Human rights activists argue for democracy, because the Press Federation, meeting in Congress these days, does not decide to adopt those colleagues Burmese? And by all means possible to help others, yet free from Burma who can get us news and pictures? An initiative that could be associated newspapers and networks that do not forget, they could not send sent to Rangoon during the crisis of September. For days, weeks our newspapers and TV news programs have discussed Burma with news, photos, television footage downloaded from the Internet, for free. Free for them, but paid for by the risk of life who made them. It's up to us now prove that freedom of expression enshrined in Article 21 of our Constitution does not apply if the only people who can afford it, that is or should be a universal principle. "

SANTE.GIA WORD 'BECAUSE' do not? WHY 'NO ONE HAS Think before?

Hopefully something will move.


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