Campaign Marked by Censorship, Post-Election Reprisals Feared
|Publisher||Reporters Without Borders|
|Publication Date||18 April 2013|
|Cite as||Reporters Without Borders, Campaign Marked by Censorship, Post-Election Reprisals Feared, 18 April 2013, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5177b0e64.html [accessed 29 September 2016]|
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http://swiged76.hcrnet.ch/cgi-bin/texis.exe/refworld/rwcmsth Pacific tax haven. This is detailed in a book about Cartes entitled "HC's other face" that was published in March. Its author, César Avalos, has since reported receiving death threats. The rival camp has also been the target of allegations, of which the most serious involves the alleged purchase of 5,000 hectares of land from a company linked to then congressional speaker Jorge Oviedo Matto in exchange for his and his party's support for Alegre's campaign. Following these allegations, Oviedo was removed from his post and is now being prosecuted. Amid growing polarization, Teodoro Ortellado, the pro-Colorado owner and manager of the regional radio station Radio Puente Kyha, has reported receiving government warnings that his station could be closed down.