Angola: Freedom of expression on trial
This document is a sequel to a report entitled Angola: Freedom of expression under threat (AI Index: AFR 12/16/99). It gives details of how the privately owned media has expanded its role of informing Angolans about public affairs, of criticising maladministration and corruption; and how the authorities have responded by using - and going beyond - their powers under the law, to stifle freedom of expression.
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