Round table on the issue of law constituting new Leading Councils for National Radio and TV

24 February 2006

The Movement MJAFT convened a round table on 24 February 2006 to discuss concerns created over implications that may follow from the new government proposed draft-law “Concerning Public and Private-Owned Radio and Television Stations in the Republic of Albania”. A number of media representatives, journalists, public figures and members of civil society organizations attended the meeting. Designed without the participation of stakeholders, civil society and media representatives, the draft law is widely considered to create the premises for putting in place unbalanced and politically biased supervisory bodies of both public and private Radio and TV media in Albania.

For this reason, MJAFT was joined by media representatives, journalists and civil society members to call on the Government, the Parliament of Albania and the relevant Parliamentary Commissions to cancel the proposed draft law. They further requested that consultations with stakeholders and interest groups be launched to produce the best possible law regulating the work of radio and TV stations as institutions of great importance for democracy in Albania.

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