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Angola: On freedom of expression and globalisation

Kianda [pt] thinks that “the fact that someone was born in one country should not revoke their right to think, criticize, vote or even run for elections [in another country]… we are in the globalisation era, in a world with fewer and fewer boundaries and we should all have the right to participate in societies that we have chose to live for a year, 2, 3 or a lifetime.”

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  • […] o direito de expressar opiniões na internet 17Abr08 Acabei de escrever um curtinha (versão em português aqui) sobre o post de hoje de O silêncio da Kianda, blogue novo na nossa […]

  • Hmmm…you know, I have lived in Australia for 6 years and I have realized that I have never ever thought about that. I think it’s quite possibly a reflection of the mental shackles that I exist under.

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