10:41 pm - Writing "I reject any initiative to restrict the exercise of the freedoms of speech and press imposing gag laws, Known as" statement says. Presidents of colleges of journalists AC of Honduras. (The Herald) San José, Costa Rica The Network Central Colleges of Journalists today condemned the Honduras government intention to impose a "gag law". Jose Rodolfo Ibarra, president of the Association of Journalists of Costa Rica and a member of this network, cataloged as "regrettable" the promotion of Reforms to the Telecommunications Framework Intended to censor media. That Explained experienced in his country to a similar attack against freedom of expression. reformed five articles of the penal code Which, briefly opened The Possibility of sending to jail journalists who denounce corruption. Read a statement Colleges Network Condemning the attacks at the international conference "Speak without risk", que closed last Saturday as part of the World Day of Press Freedom, held in This Country, and That the Herald gave coverage. The document was delivered to the highest Authorities of UNESCO, Organized the event. The statement expresses "concern and rejection of any effort to restrict the exercise of the freedoms of speech and press imposing laws called 'gag.'" The sentence was signed by Jose Rodolfo Ibarra, president of the Association of Journalists of Costa Rica, Juan Ramón Mairena, of Honduras, Jose Luis Benitez, El Salvador, and Jose Leonel Lagoon, Nicaragua. Ibarra Questioned the government's intention to Honduras to try to check the content media publish "it is not logical and irrational".