Cuba: Parliament plans to pass law to regulate independent journalism

"Independent journalists and non-governmental organizations showed concern for the consequences of the approval of the new Social Communication Law, which will be voted this Thursday [May 25] in an extraordinary session of the Cuban Parliament.

There are fears that this law will impose additional restrictions on digital media not aligned with the government that still operates in the country, according to EFE news agency.

The bill ratifies what was established in the 2019 Constitution, which states that the national media are exclusively socialist-owned."

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