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Sudan: Ruling party seeks changes in Media Law

BBC Monitoring

Excerpt from report by Sudanese news agency Suna website

    The Media and Communication Council of [ruling] National Congress Party has said it was determined to ensure freedom of press.

    In a press statement in his office, the acting chairman of the council, Muhammad Hamud said the freedom of press is an important issue as stipulated in the constitution and it cannot be interfered with.

    Hamud said there were plans carried out by the council and the parliament to make changes in the Media Law.

    He said the council directed its sub-committee on media to lay down laws that will be adopted in the changes that will be made to the Media Law. [Passage omitted]

    Source: Suna news agency website, Khartoum, in Arabic 21 May 07


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