French law to censor press rejected by Peers (24 words)

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An attempt by the French government to pass a law to enforce press censorship is rejected by the Upper House, the 'Chamber of Peers'.

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Editors. "French law to censor press rejected by Peers". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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