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ガーデイアン最新:ケリー調査TVは冒頭と最終のみ。ブレアら証人への圧迫感を考慮。記者は法廷内で記録は即座に入手できる。
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投稿者 木村愛二 日時 2003 年 7 月 24 日 23:02:57:

ガーデイアン最新:ケリー調査TVは冒頭と最終のみ。ブレアら証人への圧迫感を考慮。

記者は法廷内で取材できるし記録は即座に入手できる。

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/kelly/story/0,13747,1005140,00.html

1.45pm update

TV cameras barred from Kelly inquiry

Matthew Tempest, political correspondent
Thursday July 24, 2003

The judicial inquiry into the death of David Kelly will not be televised after all, it was announced today.

Although Lord Hutton, the judge who will preside over the independent investigation in the apparent suicide of the government scientist, has said he wanted the inquiry to be "mostly in public", TV cameras will be barred from all but the opening statement and closing conclusion of the law lord.

Yesterday it was reported that Lord Hutton had requested the entire inquiry be broadcast live, but now journalists will only be permitted to report second-hand from the inquiry's base at the royal courts of justice.

A spokeswoman for the inquiry said Lord Hutton felt witnesses - which are likely to include Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell, Geoff Hoon and Andrew Gilligan - may feel "under too much pressure" if their cross-examination was on camera.

No date has yet been set for the opening of the inquiry - where Lord Hutton will outline the focus he intends to take on the events leading up to Dr Kelly's death - as the funeral of the former MoD scientist has yet to take place.

But in an announcement today, the Department of Constitutional Affairs - which is responsible for the inquiry - stated: "The press and other sections of the media will be able to report the entirety of the public hearings, save that it is Lord Hutton's present intention that the evidence of witnesses to the inquiry and applications in the course of the inquiry will not be filmed or broadcast.

"However, TV filming and radio broadcasting of opening and closing statements may take place."

Insiders said the model for the press treatment would be the inquiry into the Harold Shipman case, which finally finished this month.

Although journalists will see and hear the testimony, and grilling, of witnesses, the absence of TV cameras will probably come as a relief to Downing Street and Whitehall, for whom the sight of the prime minister or defence secretary being subjected to tough and forensic questioning was hardly going to be the highpoint of the summer.

Although no set closing date for the inquiry has been formalised, it is expected to report back in late August or September - about the time the closed intelligence and security committee within parliament will publish its report on the government's case for war.

That double whammy - with the first September return to the Commons after Robin Cook's modernisation proposals - will make for an uncomfortable build-up to the party conference season for the government - although it should provide plenty of ammunition for the Conservatives and, especially, the Liberal Democrats, who opposed the war from the outset.

The statement today also announced that the inquiry will take place in room 73 of the royal courts of justice, with a media annexe next door, and that full transcripts will be made available immediately.

Lord Hutton himself will not be giving any interviews.

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