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Rule of law and media freedom in spotlight after arson attack and European Commission report
The publication of a European Commission report raising the issue of threats to the practice of journalism in Greece on the day that the headquarters of a Greek media group were targeted in an arson attack highlights the troubled relationship between the media and politics in the country.
The European Commission’s annual Rule of Law report, published on Wednesday, raised concerns about safety, regulation and transparency in the Greek media sector. The report finds that the professional environment for journalists in the country “has sign...
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