PM Boc to propose changes to public Radio, Television management lawPublish date: 08-04-2010
Prime Minister Emil Boc said on Wednesday he would propose the ruling coalition partners on Thursday to change the law on the management of the public radio and television in order to depoliticise the manner in which the two institution's managers are designated.
'Tomorrow I'll propose the coalition partners to modify the law on the Radio and Television management, so as to depoliticise the manner in which the two institution's management is designated and assumed', Boc said after a meeting with the parliamentary group of his Democratic Liberal Party (PD-L) in the Senate.
The Prime Minister stressed that the PD-L had not previously appointed its members in the Administration Board of the Radio and Television arguing that the party will not name representatives in the Board until the appointment procedure is changed so as to no longer have to directly do with the political parties, as it happens at present.
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