Guyana rises in press freedom ranking

-concerns persist over use of laws to silence ‘opposition’ journalists

While Guyana has moved up four places to 51 of the 180 listed in the latest World Press Freedom Index, the assessment by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) maintains that while the country’s constitution guarantees free speech and the right to information, officials often use laws to silence “opposition” journalists.

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