Freedom of Press in the European Context: Klein v Slovakia

Černič, Jernej Letnar
September 2007
Edinburgh Law Review;Sep2007, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p444
Academic Journal
The article presents an analysis on the freedom of press in the European context as it examines the case "Klein v. Slovakia." Intricately, the case concerned alleged Slovakian interference with freedom of expression under article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The author points out that freedom of expression reflects not only individual interests but the interests of society as a whole.


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