The European Commission will take up the issue of controversial new amendments to Poland’s media law when it meets next week.
The decision by Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker to schedule a January 13 debate signaled growing concern about the newly passed changes pushed by Poland’s conservative-nationalist Law and Justice party.
The changes give the government authority to appoint managers of state-run radio and television stations.
On Sunday, Poland defended its new media law as...
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