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In Brief: Media oulets meet for workshop

In Brief: Media oulets meet for workshop

In a

bid to improve the media landscape in Cambodia, EU media

representatives met with local media and members of the National

Election Committee on Monday for a workshop on how to strengthen

journalistic standards. "We all have to help improve the media

situation in Cambodia," said media adviser to the NEC Alexandre

Castanias. A report released at the workshop said there were only "a

few basic steps" that the government needed to take to ensure press

freedom in Cambodia, including repealing laws regulating the media. 


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