The appointment of a new governing board at Romania’s state-controlled radio company could be a signal of the authorities’ renewed attempt to muzzle the media by DAN IONESCU THE STATE-RUN Romanian Radio Company (SRR), which has had a reputation for relatively unbiased reporting, has a new managerial board – and perhaps a new orientation. On […]

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