Sudanese Journalist Net on World Press Freedom Day

By: Sudan Vision

Khartoum – The Sudanese Journalists Net (S.J.Net) has issued a statement on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, where the statement addressed the glorious December Revolution in Sudan, which uprooted the corrupted dictator regime, seeking to plant the “Tree of Liberty”..
 The statement said that the December Revolution was not a passing event in the modern history of Sudan, as it was still dominated by events that destroyed the usual, through morning and evening demonstrations and sit-ins in the capital and the rest of the states, as well as strikes by private and public sectors, until culminated by the sit-in in the General Command, where everyone has been guarding the revolution under the burning sun for 27 days so far to realize the dream of revolution “Freedom, Peace and Justice”.
S J Net congratulated journalists and the Sudanese people on World Press Freedom Day, which falls on May 3 of each year, noting that the wounded Sudanese press regained its honor after suffering from the confiscation of freedom of expression and arrests during the former era, and that more than 100 journalists were arrested, besides preventing some reporters from writing.

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