17 February 1992 Spreading hatred and disqualifying political opponents was the rule of day. Instead of serving the interests of the liberal minded public the public media became a powerful weapon which advocated unification, homogenization and repression. After the events of March 9, a series of protests for abolishing the monopoly of the media ensued […]

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