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Mongolia: RSF urges legislators not to override presidential veto of dangerous social media bill
RSF calls on Mongolian Parliament to uphold the presidential veto of a dangerous social media bill, during the plenary vote scheduled for 17 March.
USA: RSF opposes Florida’s proposed anti-media bill and calls to overturn constitutional protections for journalists
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for Florida’s legislature to reject a proposed bill that would deter journalists from reporting critically about public figures without fear of penalty.
UK: Proposed amendments to National Security Bill are a step in the right direction, but more robust protections for journalists still required
The National Security Bill, currently going through parliament, needs more robust amendments if it is to protect journalists.
Slovakia: Fifth anniversary of Kuciak and Kusnirova’s killing marked by fragile press freedom progress
Five years after the assassination of a journalist and his fiancée, the mastermind has not yet been convicted and all necessary measures to protect press freedom have not yet been taken.
Romania: RSF and its partners ask the authorities to accelerate investigation into the threats against a prominent journalist
Press freedom organisations call on the authorities and politicians to show they respect Romania’s European commitments and obligations to press freedom
NDTV takeover signals end of pluralism in India’s leading media
This takeover, which has triggered the departure of many leading NDTV journalists, is not isolated. Media acquisitions by oligarchs are clearly endangering pluralistic public debate in India, RSF warns.
90 organisations, including RSF, call on the Rwandan authorities to conduct an independent investigation into the death of John Williams Ntwali
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) joined 90 civil society organisations and journalists associations calling on authorities in Rwanda to guarantee an independent investigation into the death of John Williams Ntwali.
Light must be shed on Pakistani journalist’s murder in Kenya three months ago
Although Pakistan has appointed a new team of investigators, much is still unclear about ARY News TV anchor Arshad Sharif’s execution-style murder in Kenya in October.