Eliminate Right to Replica for Journalists and Set Limits to Editorial Line

Those winds brought these tempests. The closure of media and aggression against journalists did not arise overnight. A sentence dictated by the Constitutional Chamber at the dawn of the Bolivarian Revolution, served to lay the foundations of what over the years would be known as “communicational hegemony”. More than a failure, it was a bomb against freedom of expression. A citizen came on October 9, 2000 to the Supreme Court of Justice to request that he require the late President Hugo Ch├ívez to grant him a right to reply, and the response he obtained on June 12, 2001 would end…

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