Journalists in Tajikistan to Face Fines for Using ‘Incomprehensible’ Words

Tajikistan, one of central Asia’s most reclusive states, is to start fining journalists caught using “incomprehensible” words, a government official has said.

“There are cases when journalists use as many as 10 words in one day that the simple reader, viewer or listener cannot comprehend,” said Gavhar Sharifzoda, the head of state language committee, in comments carried by Russia’s Interfax news service.

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