Poland’s President Andrzej Duda confirmed he vetoed the invoice, a person that experienced tested controversial. — Reuters pic
WARSAW, Dec 27 — Poland’s President Andrzej Duda said currently he vetoed a media invoice that critics stated aimed to silence a Discovery-owned information channel vital of the govt.
Unexpectedly rushed through parliament this month, the legislation would have tightened principles close to international ownership of media, precisely affecting the capacity of news channel TVN24, owned by US media business Discovery Inc, to function.
“I refuse to indicator the modification to the legislation on the Countrywide Broadcasting Council,” Duda said. — Reuters