Reuters, 26. december 2007

Media freedom and human rights, issues that never undermined Slovenia’s EU membership campaign, also came to the fore in the past year.

Almost 600 journalists signed a petition in October accusing conservative Prime Minister Janez Jansa, a leading anti-communist journalist in the last days of Yugoslavia, of stifling media freedom and imposing censorship.

“In 2006 this government replaced the editors of 80 percent of Slovenia’s media through direct or indirect ownership. It changed media laws to gain control over most of the media,” Blaz Zgaga, one of the two authors of the petition, told Reuters.


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