- Monday, August 12, 2013 1:32 PM
Skopje, 12 August 2013 (MIA) - The Government has submitted to the Parliament a number of amendments to the media law, in order to improve the bill, said Minister of Information Society and Administration Ivo Ivanovski at Monday's press conference.
The amendments come as a result of the two public debates recently held in the Parliament over the draft law on media and draft-law on audio and audiovisual media, as well as remarks provided by the Council of Europe and OSCE.
Another public debate is to be held on Tuesday, during which Minister Ivanovski expects fruitful discussions, despite the facts that amendments have been announced only a day ahead and the period of summer holidays. ik/13:29
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