Uncomfortable questions regarding TV auction mount for coalition

PoliticsGreek Politics

The government is coming under increasing pressure from the opposition and revealing news stories regarding the recent auction for TV licences, which the coalition has held up as a shining example of its determination to take on vested interests and regulate the broadcasting sector.

It was reported on Thursday that Council of State judges are to hold a plenary on September 30 to discuss appeals against the tender by the existing TV channels, most of whom failed to win permits in the recent auction. The government was criticised for...

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