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Tonga Constitution needs correction to secure Press Freedom

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Tonga Constitution needs correction to secure Press Freedom

On World Press Freedom Day May 3, Tonga’s Attorney General Neil Adsett told journalists in Nuku’alofa that while Tonga’s Constitution guarantees Freedom of Speech and Press Freedom, there remains in the Constitution two other conflicting sub-clauses, inserted by an amendment in 2003, which are partly void and should be changed so that it is not misleading.

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