The IT, media, and telecommunications of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (Rio Muni)

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Authorities Close the Country's Only Journalists' Association
Document from The International Freedom Of Expression Exchange, 26 February 2001. RSF (Reporters sans frontieres) asked for information on the exact reasons for the closure of the Equitorial Guinea Press Association (ASOPGE). In Equatorial Guinea, access to information is totally controlled by the authorities. All the electronic media are subject to censorship and the private press is almost non-existent.