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Honduras - Media still gagged five years after coup

Reporters without borders
Freedom of information has declined dramatically in Honduras in the five years since the coup d'état of 28 June 2009. The violent crackdown and censorship that marked the first few months after the coup have been followed ever since by constant violations of human rights and media rights. The current president, Juan Orlando Hernández is a fervent advocate of “security by all possible means.” During a four-year stint as parliamentary speaker ending a year ago, he pushed through a series of laws (...)

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