Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Perspective: Shutting Up the Media

This image found on Facebook sums the recently enacted law against, “Ley de Mordaza’ (Gag Law), as presidenta Laura Chinchilla (left) shushes the outspoken noon time news television personality, Pilar Cisneros.

The presidenta has said that the new law would not apply to journalists. See story Costa Rica Government Pledges Gag Law Will Not Apply To Journalists

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