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Bahamas: Censorship

“I believe that the time has come to admit that the kind of legislation that permits a body of non-elected, faceless individuals to decide what the Bahamian citizen should be able to see is fundamentally obsolete,” writes Nicolette Bethel in an article questioning the usefulness of the Bahamas Plays and Films Control Board, the organisation behind the banning of the film “Brokeback Mountain”.

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