Saturday, April 29, 2006

'Poison,' Politics, and the Press

...“We’re not against this government,” Fassil Yenealem, the jailed publisher of Addis Zena, told CPJ. “It is through this government that we began to write. But when the government sees people starting to demand more democracy, freedom of expression, and development, they think it’s the fault of the press.”

'Poison,' Politics, and the Press (Committee to Protect Journalists) April 28, 2006