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CIJ Freedom of Expression Report 2011: Legal Reforms Still Inadequate to promote Freedom of Expression

Ding Jo-Ann

22-May-12 07:36

CIJ Freedom of Expression Report 2011: Legal Reforms Still Inadequate to promote Freedom of Expression

The Center of Independant Journalism (CIJ) released its annual Freedom of Expression Report, which documented the events which reflected the levels of freedom of expression in Malaysia, such as the BERSIH 2.0 and the repeal of the Internal Security Act (ISA).  For Current Affairs, Kathleen Tan speaks to Ding Jo-Ann, media monitor at CIJ,  to elaborate on the findings of the report.


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