VATILEAKS 2, THE TRIAL IN THE VATICAN IS ABOUT TO BEGIN

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Today will be held in the Vatican the first hearing of the process triggered by the investigation Vatileaks 2 concerning the confidential documents of the Holy See which were spread. At the end of the investigation there were five indicted: Monsignor Lucio Vallejo Balda, his collaborator Nicola Maio, Francesca Immaculate Chaouqui, as well as the journalists Gianluigi Nuzzi and Emiliano Fittipaldi, respectively the authors of the books Via Cruscis and Greed.

Nuzzi has entrusted to Twitter the confirmation of his presence at the hearing. “I will go to the Vatican to sit in the dock and undergo trial bringing #viacrucis as corpus delicti #noinquisition – the journalist has written on the social platform -. Those who provide information cannot be trialed! Tomorrow Emiliano Futtipaldi and me, two Italian citizens, two journalists will be trialed in theVatican. Freedom of information is on trial”.

Together with Nuzzi and Fittipaldi will be on trial also Francesca Immaculate Chaouqui – who will not be assisted by the Attorney Bongiorno who has not been admitted as her defensor. Chaouqui wrote on Facebook that she will defend herself during the trial, “to show that I never handed a single sheet of paper to journalist, any journalist, not only Emiliano and Gianluigi”.

Meanwhile, the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatovic, has asked the authorities of the Vatican to withdraw the criminal charges against the journalists Emiliano Fittipaldi and Gianluigi Nuzzi, who must appear tomorrow in the Vatican for a hearing to answer for the criminal offense of disclosure of information and documents relating to the new Vatileaks case. The OSCE note,  published in Vienna, has been launched in Italy by ‘‘Ossigeno per l’Informazione’’ (Oxygen for Information). “Journalists must be free to report on matters of public interest and to protect their confidential sources,” Mijatovic said, then concluded: “I urge the authorities not to proceed with the charges and protect the rights of journalists in accordance with their commitments with OSCE “.

Today will be held in the Vatican the first hearing of the process triggered by the investigation Vatileaks 2 concerning the confidential documents of the Holy See which were spread. At the end of the investigation there were five indicted: Monsignor Lucio Vallejo Balda, his collaborator Nicola Maio, Francesca Immaculate Chaouqui, as well as the journalists Gianluigi Nuzzi and Emiliano Fittipaldi, respectively the authors of the books Via Cruscis and Greed.

Nuzzi has entrusted to Twitter the confirmation of his presence at the hearing. “I will go to the Vatican to sit in the dock and undergo trial bringing #viacrucis as corpus delicti #noinquisition – the journalist has written on the social platform -. Those who provide information cannot be trialed! Tomorrow Emiliano Futtipaldi and me, two Italian citizens, two journalists will be trialed in theVatican. Freedom of information is on trial”.

Together with Nuzzi and Fittipaldi will be on trial also Francesca Immaculate Chaouqui – who will not be assisted by the Attorney Bongiorno who has not been admitted as her defensor. Chaouqui wrote on Facebook that she will defend herself during the trial, “to show that I never handed a single sheet of paper to journalist, any journalist, not only Emiliano and Gianluigi”.

Meanwhile, the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatovic, has asked the authorities of the Vatican to withdraw the criminal charges against the journalists Emiliano Fittipaldi and Gianluigi Nuzzi, who must appear tomorrow in the Vatican for a hearing to answer for the criminal offense of disclosure of information and documents relating to the new Vatileaks case. The OSCE note,  published in Vienna, has been launched in Italy by ‘‘Ossigeno per l’Informazione’’ (Oxygen for Information). “Journalists must be free to report on matters of public interest and to protect their confidential sources,” Mijatovic said, then concluded: “I urge the authorities not to proceed with the charges and protect the rights of journalists in accordance with their commitments with OSCE “.

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