Belarusian Parliament Passes Raft of Restrictive Media Regulations


The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned a set of amendments passed by the Belarusian parliament that could severely stifle press freedom in the country.

On April 21, the National Assembly, the upper house of parliament, adopted amendments to the country’s Mass Media Law and to the Law on Mass Gatherings, which had been passed by the lower house on April 16, according to news reports.

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