The Freedom and Justice Party (SAA) assessed today that the amendments to the law on electronic media, which should supposedly improve the situation in the media where the opposition would have better conditions for representation, as “insulting common sense”.

SAA Presidency member Ana Stevanović assessed that the only two changes are the one related to the fact that the media must publish tariffs for political advertising, as well as the one that stipulates that 10 days before the elections it is not possible to report directly from official rallies. participating public officials, “will in no way contribute to changing the situation in the media.”

“The publication of price lists and the ban on reporting on the campaign ten days before the elections, after 3,000 days of continuous reporting on the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) in Potemkin’s village called Serbia, will in no way contribute to changing the situation in the media. “They will continue to engage in propaganda, misinformation, incitement against anyone who criticizes the government and who will continue to spread hate speech,” Stevanovic said in a statement.

She pointed out that out of “so many stories” about the improvement of the situation in the media, the SNS “did so much to change a single article of the law”.

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