Slide in press freedom rankings casts spotlight on govt relations with media

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Media, New Democracy, SYRIZA
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The Greek government’s media policies have come under the spotlight again as the country appeared to backslide in international rankings of press freedom.

SYRIZA used the opportunity of World Press Freedom Day on Monday to accuse New Democracy of attempting to control the media and of squandering public funds on press budgets during a national emergency. A statement released by the opposition party made r...

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