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Paraguay - Community radio stations face crackdown for “inciting crime”

Reporters without borders
After the purge of the state media in the wake of President Fernando Lugo's removal from office by parliament in June last year, community radio stations could soon be the next target of the new government. The Paraguay Broadcasters Union (URP) was one of the first professional bodies to ally itself with the government of Federico Franco as soon as the former president was removed. At a meeting yesterday with the state attorney-general, Javier Díaz Veron, the leader of the URP, Javier (...)

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