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Media NGOs Express Their Concern over the Impact of the SCJ Findings on Right of Access to Information
Non-governmental media organisations are deeply concerned about the dangers entailed by calling inapplicable the Law on Access to Information – a regulatory act that ensures the access of all citizens to information of public interest and is a basic...
SCJ: The Law on Access to Information Is Inapplicable. What Consequences Could the Magistrates’ Decision Have?
The Supreme Court of Justice (SCJ) has stated in a recent decision that the Law on Access to Information is “obsolete” and “inapplicable”. According to some lawyers, the magistrates’ statements are dangerous and could generate even more obstacles in...
Draft Law with New Competences for the BC: TV Channels Could Be Temporarily Deprived of Their Licenses for “Privileged Attitudes” during the Electoral Campaigns
TV channels could be temporarily left without the broadcasting license for repeatedly favoring certain competitors during electoral campaigns and covering campaigns without having this right. This initiative belongs to the Socialist MPs and has been...
Who Are the Candidates Nominated by the Parliament for the Position of the Broadcasting Council Member?
The Parliamentary Committee on the Media nominated three candidates for the position of the member of the Broadcasting Council (BC), remained vacant by the end of the previous year. The vacancies might be occupied by Ala Ursu-Antoci, Larisa Manole,...
How the journalists’ crisis cell managed to unite the journalistic community during the pandemic
The journalists’ crisis cell, launched in Moldova for the first time by the Independent Journalism Center in the midst of the crisis caused by the spread of the new coronavirus, managed to unite representatives of the journalistic community in the...

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