EU Observer: Polish government takes on public media

In Polish News

(EU Observer) – A day after enforcing controversial constitutional reforms, the polish government launched a new parliamentary operation Tuesday (29 December), this time to put public media under its control.

According to a bill presented to MPs, the head of the Polish public radio and television will be dismissed and replaced by three-member boards “appointed and dismissed by the minister of the treasury”.

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