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Journalist protest against media reform in front of parliament

Ljubljana, 15 July - Several hundred journalists and media workers gathered on Wednesday to protest against a media reform planned by the government in front of the National Assembly, where the parliamentary Culture Committee is discussing the proposed changes to three media laws.

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, who gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media. The banner reads Turn off Janšism! Freedom to Media!
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, who gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, who gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media. STA's home desk editor Mojca Zorko addressing the protesters.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
STA journalists joined several hundred people, mostly employees in media, who gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
STA journalists joined several hundred people, mostly employees in media, who gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, who gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media. Pictured writer Boris A. Novak.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Radio announcer Sašo Hribar addresses a rally at which several hundred people, mostly employees in media, protested against a media reform package that major media say undermines the editorial and financial independence of public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Vasko Simoniti walks by a protest at which several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Vasko Simoniti walks by a protest at which several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Vasko Simoniti walks by a protest at which several hundred people, mostly employees in media, gathered in front of Parliament House as the Culture Committee debated controversial changes to three media laws that critics say undermine public media.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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