Countries with very poor press freedom always have shitty state websites. It’s one of those rules.
They look like those sites we pieced together by hand in the 1990s. They always use a flat file architecture, and tend to feature a mess of icons with no design consistency. Sitemaps show an incoherent, reactive structure rather than coherent planning. And another weird trend that seems symbolic of something: things that appear to link to more content very often don’t. Static is a telling descriptor.
Ironic that regimes that try hardest to manage content about them show such incompetence when it comes to content management.