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Pacific Amnesty International
Amnesty International Canada || News Release
The decree will extend and deepen the already widespread censorship provided under the Public Emergency Regulations that have been in force since April 2009.
"Fijian journalists have already been intimidated, threatened and assaulted by the military since media censorship was authorised in April 2009.
Now they could face up to five years in jail or fines big enough shut down a media outlet, through a complaints system controlled by government and not bound by formal rules of evidence," said Apolosi Bose.
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Bose stated in the report that human rights abuses in Fiji include beatings, arbitrary arrests and detention, harassment of human rights defenders, severe limitations on the fundamental rights to freedom of expression, opinion and association.
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