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Just weeks before President Barack Obama meets his counterpart Erdogan in Turkey, spokesman Josh Earnest said the White House was "deeply concerned that media outlets and individual journalists critical of the government were subject to pressure and intimidation during the campaign".
Ambassador of France in Tunis Francois Gouyette noted that Tunisia's contribution to the universal commitments is ambitious, saying the country, which has a coastline rich in marine life and an ancestral know-how in production of several products such as olives and dates, would better act to preserve its "green, heritage" and the treasures of all Tunisians subject to pressure.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said on Monday that "the White House was deeply concerned that media outlets and journalists critical of the government were subject to pressure and intimidation during the campaign.
But US officials are "deeply concerned that media outlets and individual journalists critical of the government were subject to pressure and intimidation during the campaign, seemingly in a manner calculated to weaken political opposition," Earnest said during a briefing with reporters aboard Air Force One en route to New Jersey, where President Barack Obama was to give a speech on US criminal justice reform.
In January 2006, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi pressed farm leaders to make Iran self-sufficient in all foods so the Islamic Republic is not subject to pressure from "bullies.
economy, the FDA's chief is subject to pressure from an array of outside interests.
President Abbas has been subject to pressure even from within his own faction, Fatah.
I was subject to pressure by many political parties in order to prevent me from referring the case to the judiciary.
In his exclusive interview with Dnevnik last week, Prime Minister Gruevski said that despite this situation, it was Macedonia that was subject to pressure, only the pressure was not so direct nowadays as before and was exerted more through various negative reports about the situation in the country.
He admitted, however, that the caretaker government would be subject to pressure as a range of interested groups were willing to be represented in it.
Police and lower courts largely remain corrupt inefficient and subject to pressure from wealthy, prominent and political persons.
The presiding judge Mohamed Shoukry hinted in interviews with Egyptian dailies that he was subject to pressure.