MPs Divided Over Social Media Gagging in Namibia

Ruling party members of parliament want the national assembly to adopt a motion which could lead to the enactment of legislation to regulate social media - but information minister Stanley Simataa says the government cannot enact a law that would effectively teach people good moral values, or how to behave on social media.

  • Namibia:   MPs Divided On Social Media Gagging

    Namibian, 15 July 2019

    Information minister Stanley Simataa says the government cannot enact a law that would effectively teach people good moral values, or how to behave on social media. Read more »

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