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30.9.09

SUCCESS!!!



Αυστραλία 30 Σεπτεμβρίου 2009, 21:00
Αναφερόμαστε σε μια μεγάλη επιτυχία για τις ιστορικές ανακρίβειες για την καταγωγή των Μακεδόνων, που δημοσιεύθηκαν στις 16 Αυγούστου 2009 στην εφημερίδα ‘The Sun Morning Herald’.
Ακολουθεί το σχετικό στόρι της αλληλογραφίας και της τελικής επιτυχίας της ελληνικής παρέμβασης.

About the for the publication of ‘The Sun Herald’ of the “Macedonia's origins”
Subject: The Sun Herald

Dear Mr Kouremenos,

I refer to your complaint against The Sun Herald.

As you will see below, the paper has published Mr Kiritsis' letter in a prominent position. The paper has met the requirements of Press Council principle no. 2.

The file on our complaint has now been closed.

Please do not hesitate to contact us in the future if you require the assistance of the Press Council.

Yours sincerely,

Deb Kirkman, Case Manager, Australian Press Council
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Dear Mr Herman,

Thank you for your letter of 15 September concerning the complaint by Con Kouremenos about an article in The Sun-Herald on 16 August.

The Sun-Herald's Deputy Editor, Liz Hannan, has been in contact with Paul Kiritsis, Executive Director of the Australian Macedonian Advisory Council, whose letter was drawn to the council's attention by Mr Kouremenos.

Last Sunday 27 September The Sun-Herald published a letter by Mr Kiritsis as its Letter of the Week. Please find attached a PDF of the relevant page, and below is the text of the published letter.

I am told by Ms Hannan that Mr Kiritsis considers his conversation with the paper and subsequent publication of the letter to have resolved the matter to his satisfaction. I very much hope Mr Kouremenos is of the same view.

Regards,

Peter Kerr.
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Peter Kerr
Executive Editor
The Sydney Morning Herald

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Macedonia's origins

LETTER OF THE WEEK
PAUL KIRITSIS
IN HIS travel article "Once Around The Bloc" (August 16), Steve McKenna described historical fallacies. He alleged Alexander the Great was a national hero of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, that the people of this nation are exclusive inheritors of the Macedonian culture of antiquity, and that the capital of the ancient and modern state was Skopje.
There is an inextricable link between ancient Macedonia, of which the legacy of Alexander the Great and the Macedonian kings formed a critical part, and modern Greece. Its actors were the Macedonian Greeks, from before Alexander the Great to the Greeks of the Byzantine Empire and the contemporary ones.
The borders of historical Macedon never encompassed Skopje nor any surrounding district. Its successive capitals were Vergina (Aigai) and Pella.
The southern part of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia was a part of ancient Macedonia. Superficially Slavicised (mainly linguistically) inhabitants of Greek descent who still preserve some of their ancient customs can be found there. But when people refer to ancient Macedonia, they're alluding to Greece's northernmost province,
Greek Macedonia.
I am certain errors do not insinuate ill will towards the Hellenic Republic and its diaspora.
PAUL KIRITSIS
Executive Director
Australian Macedonian
Advisory Council
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Dear Mr Kouremenos,
I refer to your complaint against The Sun Herald. As you will see below, the paper has published Mr Kiritsis' letter in a prominent position. The paper has met the requirements of Press Council principle no. 2.The file on our complaint has now been closed.Please do not hesitate to contact us in the future if you require the assistance of the Press Council.Yours sincerely,Deb Kirkman, Case Manager, Australian Press Council--Dear Mr Herman,Thank you for your letter of 15 September concerning the complaint by Con Kouremenos about an article in The Sun-Herald on 16 August.The Sun-Herald's Deputy Editor, Liz Hannan, has been in contact with Paul Kiritsis, Executive Director of the Australian Macedonian Advisory Council, whose letter was drawn to the council's attention by Mr Kouremenos.Last Sunday 27 September The Sun-Herald published a letter by Mr Kiritsis as its Letter of the Week. Please find attached a PDF of the relevant page, and below is the text of the published letter.I am told by Ms Hannan that Mr Kiritsis considers his conversation with the paper and subsequent publication of the letter to have resolved the matter to his satisfaction. I very much hope Mr Kouremenos is of the same view.
Regards,
Peter Kerr.


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