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No U-turn on road to press freedom, Myanmar says, but critics disagree

Mar 27 2015

YANGON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Myanmar's commitment to freedom of expression after half a century of military rule is irreversible, the government said on Friday, although critics cited lawsuits, beatings and arrests of journalists as signs of it backtracking on reforms.

No U-turn on road to press freedom, Myanmar says, but critics disagree

Mar 27 2015

YANGON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Myanmar's commitment to freedom of expression after half a century of military rule is irreversible, the government said on Friday, although critics cited lawsuits, beatings and arrests of journalists as signs of it backtracking on reforms.

No U-turn on road to press freedom, Myanmar says, but critics disagree

Mar 27 2015

YANGON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Myanmar's commitment to freedom of expression after half a century of military rule is irreversible, the government said on Friday, although critics cited lawsuits, beatings and arrests of journalists as signs of it backtracking on reforms.

No U-turn on road to press freedom, Myanmar says, but critics disagree - TRFN

Mar 27 2015

YANGON, March 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Myanmar's commitment to freedom of expression after half a century of military rule is irreversible, the government said on Friday, although critics cited lawsuits, beatings and arrests of journalists as signs of it backtracking on reforms.

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