Government to insist on legislation for TV licenses, says official

22 January 2016
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The government will push forward with the legislation needed to hold a tender for TV licenses soon, the general secretary of Information and Communication Lefteris Kretsos told private Greek TV station SBC on Thursday.

He also blamed New Democracy for opposing and delaying the changes in the TV regulator’s (NCRTV) board.

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