"A journalist disseminates and comments only information he / she is confident in the reliability of which he is well-known source of which He is doing his best to avoid causing any damage to anyone by its incompleteness or inaccuracy, deliberate concealment of socially significant information or dissemination of knowingly false information.
A journalist must clearly distinguish between the facts he is told about and what constitutes opinions, versions or assumptions, while in his professional activities he does not have to be neutral.
In carrying out his professional duties, a journalist does not resort to illegal and unworthy methods of obtaining information. A journalist recognizes and respects the right of individuals and legal entities not to provide information and not answer the questions asked to them - except when the obligation to provide information is stipulated by law.
The journalist retains professional secrecy regarding the source of information received in a confidential way. No one can force him to reveal this source. The right to anonymity can be violated only in exceptional cases when it is suspected that the source has deliberately distorted the truth, and when mentioning the source name is the only way to avoid serious and imminent damage to people.
A journalist must respect the request of the persons interviewed by him not to publicize their statements officially. "