Press freedoms hinge on Guatemalan election

Buckman, Robert
November 2003
Quill;Nov2003, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p46
Trade Publication
Discusses the significance of the November 9, 2003 presidential election of Guatemala to the nation's press and mass media. Relationship between the Guatemalan government and the media; Details on the attack on José Rubén Zamora, most prominent journalist in the country, and his family at his home; Information on the Black Thursday of the Guatemalan media.


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