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英タイムズ:ケリー事件調査は委員長ハットンの冒頭と最後の声明以外はテレヴィ放送されない。
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投稿者 木村愛二 日時 2003 年 7 月 25 日 09:32:47:

英タイムズ:ケリー事件調査は委員長ハットンの冒頭と最後の声明以外はテレヴィ放送されない。

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,1-755599,00.html
July 24, 2003
Kelly hearings will not be televised
by pa news

The judicial hearings into the death of David Kelly, the government scientist at the centre of the Iraq weapons dossier row, will not be televised, it was announced today.

In a statement Lee Hughes, the Hutton Inquiry secretary, said that hearings in the Royal Courts of Justice in London would mostly be open to the public and media, but television and radio broadcasts would be limited to the Lord Hutton's opening and closing statements.

Although televising trials is banned by law, inquiries are thought to be outside the scope of the statutory ban and cameras were allowed in both the Shipman inquiry and BSE inquiry.

It had been reported that the inquiry could see television cameras enter the Royal Courts of Justice for the first time.

The decision relieves Tony Blair of the prospect of months of senior government figures being grilled on prime-time television.

Earlier today, it emerged that evidence from Andrew Gilligan, the BBC journalist, given in secret to the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, would not be made public as planned. Its release had been postponed at the corporation and reporter's request.

The BBC denied that it was trying to suppress Mr Gilligan's evidence and insisted that it would be more appropriate for the transcript to come before Lord Hutton's inquiry into the scientist's apparent suicide.

Dr Kelly apparently slashed his wrist at a beauty spot after being named as the prime source for BBC reports that government intelligence on Iraqi weapons of mass destruction was "sexed up" to justify the case for war.

As Mr Blair recovered from his marathon Asian diplomatic tour, Donald Anderson, the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, said that MPs had decided "reluctantly" not to make the evidence public.

Mr Anderson said that Mr Gilligan had agreed at the committee sessions to a full transcript being published. But, Mr Anderson said: "Subsequently I received a letter from Mr Gilligan, asking that the transcript should not be brought into the public domain. I have also received a private communication from the chairman of the BBC, which has to remain confidential."

He said that the committee had therefore reluctantly decided not to publish the transcript of Mr Gilligan's evidence of 17 July, at the present time.

He added: "However, the committee will make the full transcript available to Lord Hutton's inquiry if the inquiry so requests.

"Furthermore, it is the committee's intention to place the transcript in the public domain at the earliest appropriate moment."

After emerging from last week's committee hearing with Mr Gilligan, Mr Anderson said that it had been an "unsatisfactory session with an unsatisfactory witness" and pledged to publish a transcript so that people could judge Mr Gilligan's evidence for themselves.

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