Hot! Myanmar Warming to Private Daily Newspapers

Scotsman | Burma’s new information minister might allow private daily newspapers to be published, marking the country’s boldest media reform yet.

The quasi-civilian government of President Thein Sein has liberalised media regulation since taking over from a military junta in March 2011, abolishing direct censorship last month, but private groups are still not allowed to publish daily newspapers.

Information minister Aung Kyi – who took over from a hardliner in a cabinet reshuffle last week – wants to introduce a new media law soon and set up a press council acceptable to all, his deputy, Ye Htut, said.
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