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Block Sinaloa’s approval of a law to protect journalists

Culiacan, Sinaloa. – Congress of the State of Sinaloa agreed Pause to approve first law to protect journalists and human…

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Culiacan, Sinaloa. – Congress of the State of Sinaloa agreed Pause to approve first law to protect journalists and human rights defendersDue to the new legislation, which would be approved in the Congress of the Union, which would await progress achieved at the federal level, the chairman of the Board of Political Coordination specified, Feliciano Castro Melendrez,

commented that This law is prescribed for the second normal period of the sessionthat there are three initiatives that have sought to be enriched and that they have entered the final period to begin discussions in full.

he explained that At the national level, a law for journalists is being processed, and federal law is higher than that which can be approved by state Congress.So that in this way, if you vote for the law, it can be done away with.

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As a graduate student of Communication Sciences, she began her career in journalism when she entered the Kuliakan newspaper EL Debate as a reporter in the social, cultural and entertainment section. After completing her communications degree, she decided to cover political, economic and events information in the state of Sinaloa. During that period, he gained recognition in various journalistic styles, and in 1996 he was awarded the Sinaloa Prize for Journalism in the News genre. In 2017 he joined the Debate.com.mx web team. She is a trainee for Masters in Public Administration and Government and is currently studying for a law degree.

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