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This study aims to highlight the essential points contained in the new organic law project related to media recently proposed by the government. The study employs critical analysis at times and comparative assessment at others, in comparison with the provisions of previous media laws.
Among the most significant topics raised by the project is the prohibition of dual citizens from investing in the media sector, the requirement of obtaining prior approval from the Minister responsible for communication to engage in written and electronic press activities, and the necessity of obtaining prior accreditation from the Minister in charge of communication for engaging in audiovisual activities under different criteria.
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