Government agrees broadly with censorship proposals
Mon, Sep 20, 2010
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THE Government is in "broad agreement" with censorship proposals put up last Wednesday by the Censorship Review Committee, Mr Lui Tuck Yew, Acting Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts, told reporters yesterday.

But he said that it is "unlikely to accept, in totality, all the recommendations".

Some of the proposals include allowing adults to watch R21 films in heartland cinemas and on pay-TV channels.

The Government will give its response in two weeks' time.







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