- Posted January 31, 2013 by
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UNACCEPTABLE: The Serbian government to allow broadcast of "mission impossible"
Author: Ljuban Kovacevich - CNN - Serbia,Belgrade
According to the PR service video production "Mission Impossible" today informed us that scandalous video footage in which the head of the Serbian government, "ecstatic" looks at moderator "crotch." The video material shall not, be broadcast on their website because so desires Serbian government and authorities in the service of national security, which is unacceptable to the world public.
We will respect the ban on the broadcast episodes mentioned that we will not broadcast but we think that's a mistake Prime Minister and Minister of Interior that such a decision is made, it would be shown in the episode just see how professionally and without comments finished the entire interview, regardless in unusual circumstances.
After this unpleasant event bans broadcast episodes, MISSION IMPOSSIBLE Production will, with the invaluable experience he has, to begin to deal with investigative journalism. Then advisers as Tončev not be able to prohibit the broadcast material and documentation that we collect about corruption, crime, and abuse of authority of state officials and public office holders because the leading illegal activities damaging the state's reputation. - the statement, production of this video.
Our reporter and correspondent in Serbia, looked at the situation and the position in which the team is currently "impossible mission" and believes that the global community this is really unacceptable. Sabotage of a free and independent video productions, the attitude of the Serbian government and Mr. Tonček, president of the Council for National Security!
Serbian public is confused, media freedom and freedom of public disclosure of "truth and justice" by defending the government of Serbia is unacceptable to the Serbian public, who for years fought for a democratic system in this country. - Support is given an impossible mission, our reporter, Ljuban Kovečević
News published on CNN, you can read here: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-917878