UN rapporteur seeks less govt interference in media

by collinhutchinson

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Read this in The Manila Times digital edition.

(UPDATE) THE United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Opinion Irene Khan on Friday called on the government to adopt a non-interference policy in media operations, saying the public needs access to various sources of news and information.

Khan made the statement at the end of her two-week mission to the Philippines, during which she met with government officials, journalist groups, and visited the jailed campus journalist Frenchie Mae Cumpio in Tacloban, Leyte.

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