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  • 2018/12/24 10:00:18

    La SIP califica de "grave atropello" clausura de televisión en Nicaragua

    The SIP describes as "serious outrage" closure of television channel in Nicaragua

    Editor

    La Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP) calificó de "grave atropello contra las libertades de expresión y de prensa" la clausura en Nicaragua del canal 100% Noticias y la detención de su director, Miguel Mora, crítico con el presidente Daniel Ortega

  • 2018/12/24 09:56:55

    The SIP describes as "serious outrage" closure of television channel in Nicaragua

    The SIP describes as "serious outrage" closure of television channel in Nicaragua

    Editor

    The Inter-American Press Association (SIP) described as "serious violation of freedom of expression and press" the closure in Nicaragua of the 100% Noticias channel and the detention of its director, Miguel Mora, critic of president Daniel Ortega

  • 2018/10/24 14:32:38

    La SIP clama por una mayor defensa de la prensa

     74ª Asamblea General de la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP)

    Editor

    Al cierre de su 74 Asamblea General, en Salta (Argentina), la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP) alertó sobre el "devastador" panorama en el que se mueve el periodismo en América,  tras cuatros días de discusiones sobre el comportamiento de la libertad de prensa en las Américas en esta ciudad argentina

  • 2018/10/24 14:30:56

    The SIP urges greater defense of the press

     74ª Asamblea General de la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP)

    Editor

    At the close of its 74th General Meeting, in Salta (Argentina), the Inter-American Press Association (SIP) warned about the "devastating" panorama in which journalism moves in America, after four days of discussions about the behavior of Press freedom in the Americas in this Argentine city

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  • Different national and international journalistic organizations have demonstrated their concern to the bill promoted by the Office of the Attorney General to adapt the Criminal Code to new criminal behaviors derived from the use of computer systems
  • Proposed law on "cybercrime" could violate freedom of expression

    Álvaro Pulido

    Different national and international journalistic organizations have demonstrated their concern to the bill promoted by the Office of the Attorney General to adapt the Criminal Code to new criminal behaviors derived from the use of computer systems

2017/09/15 08:31:51
  • GESE says IAPA release reveals risks facing Panamanian newspapers
  • GESE dice que comunicado de SIP delata riesgos sobre diarios panameños

    Andrés Castellano

    El pronunciamiento de la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP) refleja los riesgos que conllevaría para la democracia y la libertad de expresión el posible cierre de cinco diarios panameños, dijo el presidente del Grupo Editorial El Siglo-La Estrella de Panamá (GESE), Eduardo Quirós

2017/09/15 08:15:51
  • GESE says IAPA release reveals risks facing Panamanian newspapers
  • GESE says IAPA release reveals risks facing Panamanian newspapers

    Andrés Castellano

    The statement by the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) reflects the risks to democracy and freedom of expression of the possible closure of five Panamanian newspapers, said the president of Grupo Editorial El Siglo-La Estrella de Panamá (GESE), Eduardo Quirós

2017/09/14 12:57:07
  • The IAPA concerns over possible closure of EPASA and GESE
  • La SIP preocupada por posible cierre de EPASA y GESE

    Andrés Castellano

    La Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP) expresó su preocupación ante las decisiones de los Gobiernos de Panamá y Estados Unidos que pudieran conllevar el cierre de cinco diarios panameños, lo que, a su juicio, "comprometería las libertades de prensa y expresión"

2017/09/14 12:53:44
  • The IAPA concerns over possible closure of EPASA and GESE
  • The IAPA concerns over possible closure of EPASA and GESE

    Andrés Castellano

    The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) expressed its concern over the decisions of the Governments of Panama and the United States that could lead to the closure of five Panamanian newspapers, which, in its view, would "compromise press freedoms and expression."