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Muri izo blog, kuri DHR, hari imwe yazamuye ibitekerezo bikomeye bikwiye kwibazwaho. Iri mu gifaransa, ariko ndatanga ingingo nkeya yibajijeho: -Uburinganire; yasanze ari 50-50%, ni ukuvuga 7 kuri 7 ndetse yabishimye; -Ubwoko: ati niba ntibeshya ndabonamo umututsi umwe: Abdallah Akishuri. kandi ishyaka rye rikaba ryemeza ko atabajijwe; ati rero ntabwo iyi guverinoma igaragaza ubumwe bw’abanyarwanda. Urugero atanga ni Siméon Musengimana, avuga ko yari umuririmbyi uhoraho wa Padiri Nahimana, ku buryo ngo Ndimbati Jonasi yari yizeye ko ahabwa Minisiteri y’Itangazamakuru, ati ubwo yenda mu minsi itaha ashobora guhabwa Ikigo gikuru cy’itangazamakuru nk’impozamarira.

Ati nanone muri Nouvelle Génération hari Ntaganzwa Jean Damascène na we utayigaragayemo.

Nearly two-thirds of countries proposed or passed restrictive legislation.

Arrests for online communications were noted in 38 of the 65 countries (heavily in the MENA region).

Tunisia’s score represented the lone increase (has improved 7 points in two years).

Data is lacking for the vast majority of African countries (likely due to resources – the current report is 989 pages long as it stands).

Threats toward women and marginalized groups continues to be an emerging threat.

Within Africa, South Africa and Kenya are again considered to be ‘free’.

In addition, the majority of countries increased government powers to control online content.Activists have become better at raising awareness of threats to online freedom but governments are not necessarily listening.Globally, a staggering 36 of 65 nations assessed experienced a decline in internet freedom since 2013 (up from twenty during 2011).Many African nations experienced score declines: Libya (-3), Morocco (-2), Angola (-4), Nigeria (-2), Rwanda (-2), Sudan (-2), Zimbabwe (-1).Angola’s decline was the fourth largest globally (Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine had larger declines).

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