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37 developments have been achieved: All of the new constitutions recognize the freedom of media and freedom of expression and prohibit censorship. The licensing system for printed publications finally allows for the launch of new publications owned by individuals through simple a notification process. Yet for every step forward, there is a step back: although prison sentences for offences committed by journalists in relation to their work were mostly rescinded, they have been re-imposed through laws or the new regime’s practices.
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