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Independent Press Council established in Tunisia - IFEX


Independent Press Council established in Tunisia - IFEX: IFJ affiliate the Tunisian National Union of Journalists (SNJT) was central to efforts to establish the council - which it believes will help promote quality journalism - which was officially launched on 20 April.

"This is a historic day, not just for journalists (...) but also for Tunisian democracy and freedom of expression in general," said SNJT President N�ji Bghouri.

The Self-Regulatory Council, which has been in the making for several years, will be responsible for drafting a code of ethics.

The launch came as concerns have grown over challenges to ethical journalism in a number of media.

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