“Concerns of Journalistic Organizations about the Draft Law on Television and Radio”
November 30, 12:00

During the sitting on November 16, the Armenian government approved the draft law “On Television and Radio” and the draft package of amendments to the related legislation and decided to submit to the National Assembly in a prescribed manner. 

With regard to the new law, journalistic organizations are concerned that it has been drafted and submitted to the parliament without the participation of civil society and that law does not convey the concerns they have voiced over the years.

Davit Harutyunyan, RA Minister of Justice, accused journalistic organizations of laziness and inactivity, noting that the draft law "On Television and Radio" was put on the "e-draft" but no proposal was made by the civil society.

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