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Chile warms to film censorship reversal

The Chilean government has voted almost unanimously to scrap film censorship in the country, with 125 votes in favour and eight abstentions. However, the senate has asked to delay the vote's implementation until the approval of a bill presented by the newly appointed members of the ratings/censorship board, the Consejo de Calificacion Cinematografica (CCC).

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