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Mexico - Two cases fuel controversy about Veracruz governor's award

Reporters without borders
Two cases have rightly fuelled the controversy about a decision to award Veracruz state governor Javier Duarte a prize for his supposed “commitment in the service of freedom of expression.” The first is the 38-year jail sentence that a man has just received for Proceso correspondent Regina Martínez's April 2012 murder in Veracruz state. The second is Verónica Danell's dismissal as Megacable TV presenter, which she has blamed on pressure from the governor. “More than this questionable award to (...)

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