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There has been a guarded response from politicians to the decision by President U Thein Sein to nominate his spokesperson, U Ye Htut, to replace U Aung Kyi as Minister for Information.

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The recent measures exacted against certain sections of the press are a matter for the judiciary and are not an issue for consideration by the President’s Office.

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Magway Region Court has granted the Unity journal employees who were sentenced to 10 years' jail with hard labour the right to appeal against their verdicts, their lawyer said.

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The Myanmar Journalist Network says it will support any reporters charged over a peaceful protest against the sentences in the Unity journal case held outside a Yangon event being attended by President U Thein Sein on July 12.

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A meeting in Yangon attended by about 30 lawyers and the representatives of two international organisations has resulted in an agreement to form a legal aid network for journalists.

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Journalists and media and human rights organisation in Myanmar and abroad have reacted with shock and dismay to the 10 years' jail with hard labour in the Unity journal case.