A deal appeared to be struck today to end a public row over censorship of a newspaper editorial by propaganda officials.
The dispute broke out after censors ham-fistedly rewrote a Southern Daily article advocating reforms so that it became praise for government policy.
The resolution reportedly involved a deal not to punish those who have protested at the act and agreement by censors not to carry out last-minute rewrites of copy in future.
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