Afghan media claim small victory in fight for press freedom
Afghan journalists are claiming a small victory in their battle for press freedom after the government agreed to some softening of media restrictions, industry representatives said on Monday.
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#1 Oct 3, 2012
can they for instance freely write that this uss-nato invasion is genocide and crime against humanity commited in the name of greediness and other criminal goals like for instance heroin trade? Can they write that it is the worst tragedy for Afghan nation and Afghanistan as country? If they can write it freely publicly, it means that it is freedom of press there. But it is well known that they cannot write ít, because it is the truth. And it means that it is no freedom of press or freedom of opiniony and no democracy. It is tyrrany, but another sort of tyrrany.
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