In a press release, the organization said they were sentenced for Serbian newspaper editor Slavko Curuvijas murder in 1999, and urged the authorities "to pursue the investigation in order to identify and punish the person who ordered the murder."
The date is mentioned in the amended proposal of cooperation Djilas has sent to coalition partners Vuk Jeremic and Sasa Jankovic, which the newspaper said it had seen.
The proposal has also been sent to the Left of Serbia, led by Borko Stefanovic. and the Sloga trade union led by Zeljko Veselinovic.
A study conducted in Bosna and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro by the Western Balkans Platform for Advocating Media Freedom and Journalists Safety, concludes that journalists remain vulnerable to physical attacks and other pressures, and have few ways of defending themselves effectively.
Protection urged of journalists and media
BELGRADE -- The Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia (NUNS) has called on the government bodies to improve measures to protect journalists.
BELGRADE - The Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia (NUNS) Sunday used the occasion of International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists to call on Serbia's government bodies to improve measures to protect journalists and media subjected to pressures, threats and physical violence and to be taking those measures consistently.