Reporters Without Borders: Founder and chairman resigns

The founder and chairman of the organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Robert Ménard, is stepping down. His successor will be 35-year-old Jean-François Julliard, who has been with RSF since 1998.

The founder and chairman of the organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Robert Ménard, is stepping down. He will resign from his post next Tuesday to "do something else," he announced Friday, according to SDA.
The 55-year-old Frenchman founded the organization, which campaigns worldwide for press freedom and against the suppression of journalists, 23 years ago in Montpellier in southern France. His successor will be 35-year-old Jean-François Julliard, who has been with RSF since 1998.

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