Add comment on:Reporters Without Borders are outraged by pressure on journalists in Moldova
by Don Owens
We have long got used to the fact that various human rights organizations monitoring the situation on matters relating to the freedom of expression, human rights and other ephemeral phenomena of the modern world try to ignore flagrant examples of their violations in the case it does not conflict with interests of their own patrons. By way of example, countries embarking on the road towards democracy usually raise no concerns to ardent defenders of universal human values, regardless of the real state of affairs there. But sometimes there are exceptions.
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