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The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media

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The establishment of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has been associated with the expectation of an invigorated policy on the part of the OSCE for a substantially greater implementation of an OSCE free media and freedom of expression principles and commitments. This is, I trust, the guiding light for the office's present and future activities. Within the limits of the mandate, which is broad and flexible, the Representative on Freedom of the Media enjoys the freedom to choose his agenda and his tools.


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