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Honduran President vs. Freedom of the Press

We make no claim that the Honduran press is exceptionally reliable, or lacking in bias. But Lobo Sosa wants to stop the press from doing anything that makes his government uncomfortable, even though part of the role of a free press is just that: making the powerful uncomfortable.

RNS from Honduras Culture and Politics reports on a proposal for a new law that “would allow the government to close media outlets, and would introduce an unprecedented censorship body.”

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