Martin Kragh, head of Rysslandsprogrammet at the institute of Foreign affairs, reports the Aftonbladet to the Chancellor of justice, JK, for defamation, reports Swedish Radio's Studio One.
the Notification relates to several chronicles at Aftonbladet kultursida where Kragh, inter alia, pointed out that ”a democratic issue” and that ”his word stands against word until the matter has been investigated further by the Swedish media and police officers”.
In the spring, I have tried but not been able to find a settlement with the history and politics to find a solution we were both happy with. When I feel that I don't have any other option since Padraig defend these publiceringarna, " says Martin Kragh.
a notification to the attorney general on Monday and says that the information corrupted him as an individual and as Rysslandsforskare.
– The second reason for my application is the more fundamental reason. Was begins and ends tryckfrihetens limits? I am fundamentally interested in whether this is acceptable. I hope that the CHANCELLOR will take up the matter, but can not assess exactly how JK will to reason.
the director of cultural affairs Åsa Linderborg for a comment. Aftonbladet refers to Eric Rosen, associate editor, with responsibility for communications at Aftonbladet. Eric Rosén has previously said to SVT that opinionsjournalistik have ”more opportunities to write freely about things that you believe that the media should look more into”.
”and We ourselves have not been contacted, has not received any notification and therefore not been able to put us into this. Then we can not give any comment to the said notification,” he says in a written comment to the DN.
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