IAPA says it's 'positive' that Ecuadoran president wants to repeal current 'gag law'

"The Inter-American Press Association (IAPA) called it 'positive,' that the new president of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, sent to the National Assembly a project that seeks to repeal the Communication Law of 2013, considered a 'gag law.'

'We are confident that, from now on, the new government will eliminate the legal mechanisms created to silence the press and will set out again on the path established in international treaties on freedom of expression and of the press,' said Carlos Jornet, president of the IAPA Commission on Freedom of the Press and Information and director of the Argentine newspaper La Voz del Interior."


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