For the past five years, political wrangling has prevented the passage of legislation designed to ensure that state television and radio operate independently of government control. Late last year, a law was passed that its proponents hope will end repeated political purges and the state’s monopoly over broadcast media by ZSOFIA SZILAGYI PASSAGE OF THE […]

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