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Burma: Censorship laws to be relaxed
04 Apr 2011
BY MOHAMMAD FAKHAR ZAMAN

The Burmese government’s censorship board director, Tint Swe, has announced that the country’s censorship policy will be relaxed in accordance with its new constitution. Journal and magazine publishers will no longer need to submit their articles to the censors for approval before publication. However, news stories and articles about politics and business will still need prior approval.

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