21 January 2019
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"The Council of the European Union will soon adopt its general approach on the directive on the protection of whistleblowers. Ahead of this crucial political agreement among the Member States, the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) would like to insist about the importance of granting the widest protection to whistleblowers, including persons choosing to turn to the media to blow the whistle."
See: EU: Open letter to European Institutions: public reporting must be a safe option for whistleblowers (European Federation of Journalists, link)
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