Expression

Expression

Freedom of expression is guaranteed by the Constitution. The media environment improved significantly following the 2014 elections and private outlets are now able to operate in the country. Read more

Expression

Freedom of expression is enshrined in the Constitution of Grenada and is generally respected in practice. Read more

Expression

While the constitution of the Seychelles guarantees the freedom of expression, it also contains a high number of exceptions. Read more

Expression

While the state controls the country’s only radio and TV stations along with a local press agency, the freedom of expression is respected. Read more

Expression

Free expression is guaranteed by the law but routinely violated in practice. Read more

Expression

Article 12 of the Constitution protects the freedom of expression, with limitations on the grounds of defence, public safety, public morality, public order, public health and the protection of the rights and reputations of others. Read more

Expression

The freedom of expression is recognised in Chapter 3 of the Constitution. Namibia ranks higher on media freedom indices than most African states, and a media ombudsman office has been in existence since 2009 and acts independently of the government. Read more

Expression

The Constitution guarantees the freedom of expression, and legal progress was recently made when defamation was partially decriminalised in February 2014. Read more

Expression

The constitution guarantees the right to freedom of expression, however this right is undermined by a number of laws including the National Security Act and the recently enacted Statistics Act and Cybercrimes Act that severely curtail media freedoms and access to information. Read more

Expression

Free expression and the right to information is guaranteed by law in Slovakia. Read more