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Burma Falters, Backtracks on Press Freedom

By Committee to Protect Journalists  •  June 13, 2013

CPJ burma2013 CoverThe media landscape in Burma is more open than ever, as President Thein Sein releases imprisoned journalists and abolishes the former censorship regime. But many threats and obstacles to truly unfettered reporting remain, including restrictive laws held over from the previous military regime. The wider government’s commitment to a more open reporting environment is in doubt.

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