Myanmar holds off on press law following criticism - Article Photos 10/10

In this March 15, 2013 photo, a worker passes a stag of "The Voice," news journals to load in to a distribution truck in Yangon, Myanmar. The Voice Weekly news journal was temporarily suspended for 6-times during the period of 2005-2012. After eight months and 26 hearings, Myanmar’s ministry of mining dropped its controversial defamation lawsuit against the journal in early 2013. The lawsuit originated from publication of corruption allegations against the ministry in 2012. Myanmar's newly energized press corps is calling on the government to revise a proposed new publishing law, saying it will mark a severe setback to press freedoms and replace the country's old censorship regime with other forms of repression.(AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)