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South-east Asia Representative
Southeast Asia Representative
French Daily Cambodge Soir
UNESCO Bangkok: UNESCO News and Events
BANGKOK, May 2006 - In
That brings to 44 the number of journalists who have been murdered in the Philippines since 1986, the year democracy returned to the country after the Marcos dictatorship."Impunity (has) encouraged the violence against the press," added Latour.
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Philippe Latour represents Rapporteurs sans Frontieres.
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RSF had observed that several sectors, such as the judicial system and civil society, had been more active in protecting freedom of expression. But the Thaksin government had yet to show it was willing to support media freedom, and was often criticised for suppressing it, Mr Latour said.
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