Throughout a press convention, the deputies Alexandru Slusari and Dinu Plîngău introduced that tomorrow they may put together the paperwork that will probably be submitted to the CC, so as to cancel the votes given by a hand of deputies for a variety of normative acts. In line with the deputies, what was voted is in opposition to the legislation and it’s not even identified if there have been 51 votes. Deputies additionally say that choices have been taken that endanger nationwide safety.
Earlier, the deputy Radu Marian introduced that PAS will contest the voting process. And the cancellation of the “anti-propaganda” legislation was voted by the brand new PSRM majority – “For Moldova” within the first studying. The doc additionally offers for the discount of the transmission hours of the native audiovisual applications in Romanian.
Thus, the venture offers for a number of amendments to the Code of Audiovisual Media Providers which refers, together with, to the transmission of native audiovisual applications.
On this sense, the every day period of the native applications, transmitted throughout the tv companies is lowered:
– from 8 hours to six hours for regional public media service suppliers;
– from 4 hours to three hours for regional personal media service suppliers;
– from 2 hours to 1 hour for native personal media service suppliers.
On the identical time, it’s proposed to scale back the every day common for native audiovisual applications, transmitted throughout the sound broadcasting companies.
Concerning the duty to broadcast native audiovisual applications in a proportion of “a minimum of 80%” in Romanian, PSRM desires to exchange it with “a minimum of 60%”.
Likewise, the Socialists proposed the exclusion from the Code of the provisions referring to the origin of the audiovisual applications bought from overseas. Particularly, PSRM deputies suggest the exclusion of the rule that requires tv companies, audiovisual applications bought overseas to return in proportion of a minimum of 50% from the Member States of the European Union and / or from third nations collaborating within the European Conference on Transfrontier Tv.