The Media Do Not Prevent Corruption
Ljubljana, 26 June - The mass media in Southeastern Europe are incapable of independently detecting corruption as they are still too dependent on the scarce information mediated to them by the authorities, the prosecutors and the courts. Unlike the judiciary, the media have no time for in-depth investigations into cases, which sometimes results in inaccurate information, it was established at a seminar on the role of the media in detecting corruption, which was part of a three-day regional conference on the fight against corruption in SE Europe.
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