Any director of a medium has the right not to allow an article, or a vignette, to be published that he considers does not reach the level of quality necessary. Or because it defends principles that are unacceptable, a more delicate issue since it can be defined as political censorship. It is the only thing that prevents at the moment to strike directly from censorship the non-appearance of the vignette, although it is legitimate to suspect that this is what has happened. The Guardian has chosen not to say anything.

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