Dnevnik says RTV Lovenija remains a political prisoner of war

Ljubljana – Dnevnik said in a commentary on Saturday that the anti-government protests are over, but radio and television across the country remain prisoners of war in the autonomy of journalists and editorials.

This was seen in a Monday session of the RTV Slovenija Program Council. There, political-ranked councilors did not want to hear the warning about the planned division of the news program into two separate units.

“From the story about the background of this department, you may find that two editing desks will be created in TV Slovenia, one leaning to the left and the other leaning to the right. “

Dnevnik states that this is completely reluctant from the perspective of the reality of the Slovenian journalist profession, and that the current event in Parallel Studio City is a “planned parallel television reality metaphor.”

One shot was at the Youth Theater and the other was on the first channel of TV Slovenija. The first shot was a comedy and the other was a tragedy.

“The announcement of the journalist’s strike was just one step away from this low point,” said Donefnik, adding that journalists demand higher wages, as well as the restoration of professional autonomy and the resignation of leaders. rice field.

The new political situation is no longer in favor of journalists trampling, as the new coalition has issued a law that robs politicians of the exit of the public media and returns it to the people.

Democrats (SDS) and their satellite New Slovenia (NSi) are trying to prevent this in legislative proceedings, but “all attempts by RTV Slovenian leadership and parliament to sabotage are pathetic.”

“When RTV Lovenija is back in the hands of the people, there’s one daily radio and television news show, one Studio City. Neither left nor right, but professional journalists.” I’m closing it. Dnevnik says RTV Lovenija remains a political prisoner of war

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