Costa Rica: large public march planned against “Gag Law”

Posted on November 9, 2012 • Filed under: Conflicts, Costa Rica, Politics, TRAVEL

Ng the “gag law” that silences journalism are carried preventing corruption investigations in the field policy, the country’s unions would be joining to form in the next few days a massive march and rally in an effort to unite all sectors of society and thus require the Government to repeal this law.

This was expressed to a free press secretary general of the National Association of Public and Private Employees (ANEP), Albino Vargas, adding that “the people have to go out early and thereby defend freedom of expression, we must unite all in one crusade to exterminate this law.” Read Article

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