16 December 2011

Campaigns and Advocacy

Three questions to Radio Publique Africaine manager Eric Manirakiza


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(RSF/IFEX) - Eric Manirakiza, the manager of Burundi's privately-owned Radio Publique Africaine (RPA), visited Reporters Without Borders headquarters in Paris on 6 December. Reporters Without Borders asked him about the situation of journalists in Burundi, which has worsened markedly this year, and about the government’s increasing harassment of the media.

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