Just A Few Democracy for Publications in Myanmar...
Junta said it's first step for freedom for press.
But journalists and editors get severe headache for it.
Nearly half of all registered publications in Myanmar have not to submited and examined by junta, last week.
U Ye Tint, M.D. of the Ministry of Information's Printting and Publishing Enterprise announced the so-called changes.
There have been divided into two groups..
Based on genre and that has been group-1, entertainment, health, children's, technology and sports..are no longer to submit to government.
Then other group, news, politics, religion, business, education, and crime publications still be examined by government.
Veteran journalist U Khin Mg lay said that it is some freedom and all must take care of it. Then he said that it is freedom with caution. And all editors and journalists have to be careful.
U Khin Mg lay also warned publishers and editors affected by the changes to improve their legal knowledge.
U Myo Aung, well-known junta's follower said that we all have to welcome it. It's first step.
In the past we all have to submit all drafts of our publications. Now we have tto decide ourselves whether the materials we want to publish is legal or illegal.
Pics is of A Crime Journal, not get freedom.
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