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Media Law: US 'watching the process closely'

The US State Department Spokesman Mark Toner spoke about Argentina during a news conference and referred to the media law and the dispute between the executive and the judiciary powers. "We’re obviously watching the process closely. I don’t really have any specific comment on the legal proceedings themselves."

he added "as we say generally whenever there’s a legal process, we want to see it adhered to international standards. You know where we are about – where we are on media freedom. We want to see freedom of expression, including for members of the press. We believe it’s a fundamental freedom that’s vital to the health and proper functioning of a democracy."
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