Venezuelans approve 'Truth' media standard

Fitzgerald, Mark; Liebeskind, Ken; Moses, Lucia; Strupp, Joe; Williams, Jason
December 1999
Editor & Publisher;12/18/99, Vol. 132 Issue 51, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the approval by Venezuelans of a constitution that journalists had opposed because it may be used as a legal rein on news organizations. Provisions under Article 59 of the constitution; Criticism by President Hugh Chavez of free-press groups.


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