CJA and TUCJ: We expect the police to find the attackers on journalist Goran Latković

The Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) and the Trade Union of Croatian Journalists (TUCJ) strongly condemned the physical attack on RTL journalist Goran Latković while reporting from a protest against epidemiological measures and COVID certificates, held yesterday in the center of Zagreb, Croatia.


HRT withdraws lawsuit against CJA and Sanja Mikleušević Pavić

Croatian Radio-Television (HRT) withdrew the lawsuit it filed on December 24, 2018 against CJA and its journalist and president of the CJA Branch on HRT, Sanja Mikleušević Pavić.


Scandalous verdict against journalist Davorka Blažević

The court in Šibenik accepted the lawsuit of the judge of the Supreme Court Senka Klarić Baranović by which the journalist Davorka Blažević has to pay the plaintiff 10.000 € plus the costs of the procedure in the name of the famous provision "violation of honor and reputation". Consequently, with this additional shameful court ruling, the blow to the journalistic profession continues and Croatia becomes the number one problem in the European Union, when it comes to journalistic and media freedoms.


A new SLAPP attack on the Croatian media

The Croatian Journalists' Association warned at the press conference of another major blow to the media in Croatia: businessman Josip Stojanović Jolly Jolly is demanding more than 800,000 euros from 4 media outlets in Croatia.


TUCJ and CJA: System for systematic abuse of journalists

"Insurance Decision" of the Municipal Civil Court in Zagreb of September 21, 2021, which imposes a temporary measure banning the Association of Independent Media Culture, publisher of the non-profit portal H-alter, from publishing articles about the director of the Child and Youth Protection Polyclinic of Zagreb Ms. Gordana Buljan Flander, the Croatian judiciary has resorted to unprecedented censorship "in advance".


CJA and TUCJ: It is inadmissible for the Prime Minister to determine the limits of media freedoms

The Croatian Journalists 'Association (CJA) and the Trade Union of Croatian Journalists (TUCJ) strongly condemn the latest verbal attack by Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on the media, his interference in the editorial policy of national commercial televisions RTL, Nova TV and N1, and the pronouncing of journalists and analysts who reported the local elections in Croatia.


A new wave of dangerous lawsuits against the media and journalists in Croatia

The Croatian Journalists' Association is outraged by the actions of the President of the County Court in Osijek, judge Zvonko Vrban, who announced filing the five lawsuits against the portal for five published articles by journalist Drago Hedl, who wrote about irregularities in judge Vrban's work.


CJA and TUCJ: For the survival of the STA, support to Slovenian colleagues

The Croatian Journalists 'Association (CJA) and the Trade Union of Croatian Journalists (TUCJ) stand in solidarity with colleagues from neighboring Slovenia, where the public and independent news agency STA is under growing political and financial pressure.


CJA survey: At least 924 lawsuits against journalists and the media currently active in Croatia

Currently, there are at least 924 active lawsuits against journalists and media in Croatia, from which prosecutors are demanding indemnities in the amount of almost € 10.5 million, which is an increase in the number of lawsuits compared to last year, according to the annual survey conducted for the third consecutive year by the Croatian Journalists' Association.


Bačić's persecution of the leaders of the CJA and the Journalists' Union is a new blow to media freedom

The termination of the employment contract of journalist Hrvoje Zovko, also known as the president of the Croatian Journalists' Association, is a new blow to journalists and media freedom. The conduct of the director general of the HRT (Croatian Radio and Television), Kazimir Bačić, is no different in terms of methods and performance from the staged Stalinist trials: Zovko was fired on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, through the media, and two days later journalist Maja Sever, president of the SNH (Trade Union of Croatian Journalists), was handed out a "warning before possible dismissal", due to an interview published in the weekly Nacional.


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