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In recent weeks, the government has been tightening its grip on the media outlets and journalists that are still operating in Burundi despite the ongoing situation of virtual civil war.With the leading privately-owned news radio stations still closed since 14 May, the government has now turned its sights on Iwacu, a privately-owned weekly that is regarded as moderate and professional and is the only independent newspaper to have kept publishing throughout the turmoil. Iwacu has been the target of virulent attacks by presidential media adviser Willy Nyamitwe, an official who has assumed an increasingly important and radical role on the Burundian political stage in recent months.In a Facebook post on 2 September in response to an interview he disliked, Nyamitwe described Iwacu’s journalists as “tricksters” and “swindlers” – charges that have not been taken lightly by Iwacu editor Antoine Kaburahe because of the chaos still prevailing in Burundi.In a reply on Iwacu’s website, Kaburahe accused Nyamitwe of “trying to prepare public opinion in advance in order to justify a future action,” and pointed out that his newspaper, like any responsible media outlet, had a duty to question what the authorities do. September 11, 2015 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Burundian government steps up offensive against freedom of information Jean-Claude Ciza, a journalist who used to work for RTNB and now works with Radio France Internationale and Belgian broadcaster RTBF, was savagely beaten with a steel bar in Bujumbura on 4 September by Désiré Uwamahoro, a police officer named in UN reports as one of Burundi’s leading human rights violators.At the moment of the attack, Ciza was speaking by telephone with RTBF’s Burundi correspondent, for whom he had been providing a report on the situation in the Bujumbura district of Musaga.Ciza said Uwamahoro asked him to reveal the location of journalists working for Radio Isanganiro, Bonesha and Radio-Télé Renaissance and the location of RFI correspondent Esdras Ndkikumana.“There were lots of you around during the demonstrations but now you are all alone in the field so here is your lesson in how to behave,” Uwamahoro said as he began to hit him. At no point did the stunned Ciza try to flee, not even when Uwamahoro stepped back for a moment because another intelligence officer told him he had been ordered to shoot Ciza if he tried to run away.Jimmy Elvis Vyizigiro – a journalist working for the France 24 programme “Les Observateurs” and for Benevolenjia, a Dutch NGO that produces radio content promoting reconciliation – was attacked in his home on 27 August by four masked intruders who pinned him to the ground and beat him as they searched for the documents he had collected for a report about technical flaws in the electoral process. “We know you are a journalist – give us what you are doing on the elections,” his assailants said, burning his arms when he refused to cooperate. They finally left, taking documents and his audio recorder, camera and computer. Vyizigiro described how he was tortured in a video interview for Iwacu. Since then, he had been in hiding.RFI and AFP correspondent Esdras Ndikumana was arrested and then badly beaten on 2 August. Several sources say it was Désiré Uwamahoro (the previously named police officer) who ordered his arrest.More than a month later, this act of violence remains unpunished even though, in a statement posted on Twitter, the president’s office said it wanted to “urgently determine the circumstances of these acts worthy of a bygone age so that those responsible can be prosecuted and punished according to the law.” Extraordinary violence Reports “Instead of trying to butter up the government, Iwacu does what it is supposed to do, playing a role guaranteed by the constitution,” Kaburahe wrote. “The president still talks about ‘democracy’ so our work should not get his media adviser’s back up. Democracy means a wide range of media outlets. Conflicting opinions are a sign of good democratic health.”Kaburahe’s analysis is clearly not shared by the Burundian authorities, who have been intensifying their crackdown on journalists with both national and international media outlets.“We continue to pay close attention to the tragic events in Burundi, where NGOs and the United Nations are documenting the violence that the authorities are deploying against journalists,” said Clea Kahn-Sriber, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Africa desk. “It is illusory to imagine that you can forcibly control the media with complete impunity. Those responsible will one day be called to account. Now that the necessary institutions have been established, normality must be restored and the spiral of violence must end. This is the duty of a democratic government, which is how the Burundian government likes to consider itself.” to go further Crédit Photo: Prestation du gouvernement burundais, août 2015 ©IwacuWilly Nyamitwe ©Africatime.com Organisation November 27, 2020 Find out more No suspect has ever been arrested although the beating took place in the presence of many witnesses at the headquarters of the National Intelligence Service.Judicial harassmentJournalists who took the risk of remaining in Burundi or returning after having fled at the height of the violence have been the targets of judicial harassment and abusive legal proceedings by the authorities with the apparent sole aim of increasing the pressure on them.They include Gérard Nibigira, RPA’s correspondent in the central city of Gitega, who was summoned by the local prosecutor’s office on 28 August and accused of insulting the president. When presented to the court, none of the witnesses confirmed the accusation.The targets have also included Emmanuel Ndayishimiye, Bonesha FM’s correspondent in the northern province of Muramvya. His home was surrounded on the night of 24 August by about ten policemen who finally carried out a search of the house in the early hours.The head of the National Intelligence Service, which ordered the search, said it received information that Ndayishimiye, who had returned from Kigali the day before, had arms in his home. Nothing was found.Continuing media vacuumThe privately-owned radio stations closed by court order after the 13 May coup attempt have still not been able to resume operating, ostensibly because of two ongoing investigations, one into the damage they sustained and the other into the pro-coup messages allegedly broadcast by all of Bujumbura’s privately-owned news radio stations (Radio Isanganiro, Bonesha FM, RPA and Radio-Télé Renaissance) except pro-government Radio Rema.In interview for the Infos Grands Lacs website, presidential spokesman Willy Nyamitwe said there was no guarantee that these radio stations would be able to reopen in the near future. As grounds, he cited the needs of an investigation, although it has made no visible progress since its launch nearly four months ago. Four Burundian journalists complete 12 months in arbitrary detention BurundiAfrica News Follow the news on Burundi News Receive email alerts Radio-Télé Renaissance director Innocent Muhozi said he did not think the judicial authorities had the power to decide whether or not the radio stations would be allowed to resume operating.In an interview for the website of Radio Isanganiro, he said: “We all know how these radio stations were closed (…) I think they were destroyed and closed by the security services and as long as these security services continue to have a bigger say than the legitimate political entities (…) we will have a problem.”The prolonged closures are having a big financial impact on these radio stations. The manager of one of the closed stations said that, if a solution was not found soon, the staff would have to be laid off temporarily. Some of the stations continue to post content on their websites, but this is not seen by most the public in Burundi, where the Internet penetration rate is still low.This grim picture contrasts with the image that the government is trying to protect. A new government PR campaign is spotlighting the 15 or so radio stations that continue to operate in Burundi. But they are all entertainment, religious or pro-government stations.The Burundian government news agency has, for example, published a dispatch about a visit by the vice-president to Gitega-based Star FM, which was awarded a laptop for its election coverage. Other radio stations based in the provinces continue to operate but only reach a very local audience. They include Radio Umoco FM in Ngozi.An international observer said these provincial pro-government radio stations not only now monopolize the airwaves but are also increasingly free to broadcast extremist messages with complete impunity because the National Council for Communication, which regulates the media, does not have the resources to monitor the provincial radio stations.The level of media freedom in Burundi, once often cited as a regional example, has gradually declined since 2013, when an increase in restrictive laws and acts of intimidation against journalists began.Ever since it was announced the President Pierre Nkurunziza would seek a third term, the authorities have been cracking down openly on the media and most of the country’s journalists have fled abroad. Those that stayed mostly live in hiding to avoid being located and arrested by the intelligence services.The slim hopes raised by the appointment of a new cabinet in August soon evaporated and the few remaining observers in Bujumbura describe a state of virtual civil war with Kalashnikov gunfire and grenade explosions being heard every night and nocturnal arrests now the rule.Several civil society representatives and politicians have been killed or have been the targets of assassination attempts.Burundi is ranked 145th out of 180 countries in the 2015 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. October 21, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa RSF_en News BurundiAfrica Burundian appeal court upholds prison sentences for four journalists June 5, 2020 Find out more
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Top Stories[Loan Moratorium & Interest Waiver] “Highest Level Expert Committee Convening Meetings & Will Take Holistic Decision In Two Weeks”: Centre Tells SC, Interim Order To Continue [Read Order] Sanya Talwar9 Sep 2020 11:36 PMShare This – xThe Centre informed Supreme Court on Thursday that an Expert Committee at the highest level had been constituted in order to take a decision on the issue of moratorium extension, interest during moratorium, interest on interest and other related issues. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta sought two weeks time in order to place on record a comprehensive affidavit in this regard before a bench…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Centre informed Supreme Court on Thursday that an Expert Committee at the highest level had been constituted in order to take a decision on the issue of moratorium extension, interest during moratorium, interest on interest and other related issues. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta sought two weeks time in order to place on record a comprehensive affidavit in this regard before a bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy & MR Shah .Court granted the Solicitor General two weeks to place on record the requisite affidavit detailing and observed that interim orders shall continue till the next date.”…..In view of the aforesaid, we are inclined to grant two weeks to file appropriate affidavit. We make it clear that we shall consider different prayers made by petitioners on the next date”Further to this, Court noted directed that all decisions taken by the RBI, GOI or the banks should be placed before the Court for consideration.Bench was hearing plea(s) seeking extension of the Covid19 induced loan moratorium & waiver of accruing interest.When the hearing began, SG sought deferment of the hearing for two weeks. This led to submissions on behalf of various stakeholders, sectors & individual borrowers, whereby they insisted on issuance of interim orders for protection. Though the bench was inclined to pass interim orders initially, with respect of charging of interest on interest on loans during moratorium, it did not do so and listed the matter for further consideration on September 28. Senior Advocate CA Sundaram submitted that banks had now started debiting stating that there is no moratorium. “They say although we will not declare you NPA, your liabilities have started”. 6 months interest being debited,” he added.Senior Advocates Kapil Sibal & Rajiv Dutta expressed concerns of the Real Estate Sector and the individual borrowers respectively and batted for interim orders.Dutta: Important to remember that people are suffering. Imperative to make a statement for the Centre on non-charging of interest on interest.Sibal: (in context of Real Estate industry): Downgrading taking place and RBI has been protecting the downgrading.Senior Advocate Harish Salve made submissions on behalf of IBA and urged the court to not pass interim orders. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta also pointed out that the arguments were being made in an adversarial context and that this would prejudice not only various sectors but could have devastating consequences. Next, the bench enquired Salve about the charging of penal interest on loans during moratorium. Salve replied by stating that there was no default interest which was being accrued and that only compound interest was. “The entire banking structure works on compound interest and that is what is being done,” he said.Sibal refuted this and said that contracts operate in normal situations and that this was no normal condition. In light of the aforementioned, case stood adjourned.The Supreme Court on September 3 protected those accounts from being declared as Non-performing Assets (NPAs) which were not classified as NPAs on August 31 till case is disposed off.Advocates Shivani Khanwilkar, Saloni Shah, Manhar Singh Saini and Samit Shukla (from DSK Legal), Ashish Virmani, Abhimanyu Bhandari, Vinayak Bhandari, Ashok Lambat & Vishal Tiwari also appeared for Petitioner(s) Background:The bench was hearing a plea filed by an Agra resident Gajendra Sharma, who has sought a direction to declare the portion of the RBI’s March 27 notification “as ultra vires to the extent it charges interest on the loan amount during the moratorium period, which create hardship to the petitioner being borrower and creates hindrance and obstruction in ‘right to life’ guaranteed by Article 21 of the Constitution of India”.Earlier, the Supreme Court had said there was “no merit in charging interest on interest” for deferred loan payment instalments during the moratorium period announced in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic & that once moratorium is fixed, it should serve the desired purposes and the government should consider interfering in the matter as it could not leave everything to banks.The petitioner has sought a direction to the government and the RBI to provide relief in repayment of loan by not charging interest during moratorium period.On June 4, the top court had sought the Finance Ministry’s reply on waiver of interest on loans during the moratorium period after the RBI said it would not be prudent to go for a forced waiver of interest risking financial viability of the banks.The apex court had said there are two aspects under consideration in this matter – no interest payment on loans during the moratorium period and no interest to be charged on interest.It had observed that these are challenging times and it is a serious issue as on the one hand, moratorium is granted and on other hand, interest is charged on loans.On May 26, the top court had asked the Centre and the RBI to respond to the plea challenging levy of interest on loans during the moratorium period.The RBI in its reply has told the court that it is taking all possible measures to provide relief with regard to debt repayments on account of the fallout of COVID-19 but it does not consider it prudent to go for a forced waiver of interest, risking the financial viability of the banks it is mandated to regulate, and putting the interests of the depositors in jeopardy .The RBI said the March 27 circular announcing moratorium was later modified on April 17 and May 23 by which the moratorium period was extended by another three months that is from June 1 to August 31, 2020 on payment of all instalments in respect of term loans (including agricultural term loans, retail and crop loans).”It is submitted that regulatory dispensations permitted by the Reserve Bank of India vide the aforesaid circulars dated March 27, 2020 which subsequently stood modified on April 17, 2020 and May 23, 2020 were with the objective of mitigating the burden of debt servicing brought about by disruptions on account of COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure the continuity of viable businesses. Therefore, the regulatory package is, in its essence, in the nature of a moratorium/deferment and cannot be construed to be a waiver,”sThe RBI had said that in order to ameliorate difficulties faced by borrowers in repaying accumulated interest for the moratorium period, on May 23 it had announced that in respect of working capital facilities, lending institutions may, at their discretion, convert the accumulated interest for the deferment period up to August 31, 2020, into a funded interest term loan (FITL) which shall be repayable not later than March 31, 2021.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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