Armenia: Right to Know

Armenia Now reports on the current state of emergency which restricts the media in covering the post-election situation in the country following the 1 March clashes between opposition supporters and the authorities. The blog says that while the print media has become more independent under the outgoing president, the tendency to propagandize and control still exists. Such an approach is an insult to the population, the blog says.

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