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Straightly change the law to explain the owners of the gossip sites (Obzor)



Vezhdi Rashidov, Chair of the National Culture Committee

The media, valued by Philip Popov red, stunned the stupid MPs that took the lie with a talented property

GERB will change the Electronic Communications Act and it will need to be disclosed to media owners who distribute false news. This has been taught 24 hours by the awarding party. Currently, media and web ownership is not only disclosed in the case of serious crime, but not when publishers are published.

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A key MP of the GERB was attractive in front of "24 hours".

"These are not media, these are gossips. And this is not freedom, but simply – the chair of the relevant parliamentary committee on media and culture has broken Vezhdi Rashidov from front "24 hours." And he went on: "You can not do it for speeding, punishing yourself, but for fictitious news about someone's life."

His words came to respond to the scary accusations made by the 36-year-old MP of the BSP Philip Popov against his colleagues from GERB Desislava Atanasova, Delyan Dobrev, Krassimir Velchev and Anton Todorov. After reading publications on sites such as the Unknown News News and informiran.net, he asked the Anti-Pollution Commission and Transfer of Illegal Property (CPCNPP) to refer to and publish the media announcements about flats four GERB politicians. And the 4udoslav blog, whose slogan is "Let's defeat corrupt power with a speech (not necessarily with truths)," the "Vale News" website, under which he says: "Publishing false news and absolute inventions. Do not believe that this is not the case. "The note was also sent to an informant who was worried about the island of Greece Borisov and said he did not check his information.

The information based on the Popov signal was based yesterday of almost every site. "Vale News" also made it clear that it did not publish real information. As a result of the poor culture shown by MPs, it is clear from the explanation.

"We will write the rules with each other, taking into account the support of the serious media. We will create rules to know the owners of these

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man. Know who are the cowards and gossipmen, "said Rashidov. Anti-counterfeiting legislation will set out its commission as soon as two other laws are passed – cultural heritage and copyright – already on the come on.

Changes in many laws to fight fake news have recently been drafted by MPs from IMRO. The party offers sites that are unknown to shut down if they have a clear knowledge. For this purpose, each site will have to provide the information on the person who is a server, and so when there is a problem, it can be prosecuted. In addition, these pages, created only for fun and fictional news, will have to mention this specifically. A new change in the media law will allow the Electronic Media Council to regulate media content with online prints. To create a state domain where all media have registered, they are still available in the IMRO Bill. The idea is to distinguish serious media from other sites. So far voivods offer the domain to be .media, but stress that it is the subject of change. In addition, registration in the general zone will allow CEM to regulate content in the online editions easier. Last week, the IMRO bill passed the first reading at the Parliamentary Committee on Culture.

Tzvetan Tsvetanov: Fake news comes up in the country

"I visit all settlements in the country. Indeed, there is some tension, I'm married to the fact that the opposition parties have succeeded, with the accumulation of fake news, slightly lowering the percentages in the sociological drill. "

This was stated by Deputy Chief GERB and leader of the party's parliamentary group in front of Nova TV. "In many cases, the information provided does not correspond to the truth," he summed up in the fake news source. And he pointed out that the government opposes false news with the real policies they are holding.

As president of the party's national election headquarters, Tsvetanov is continually visiting the country.

Unlike the BSP, GERB achieves its promises before election, he said.

At GERB they are not worried about cabinet but because early elections will delay reforms, he said. Currently, the management and management program priorities are strictly implemented, Tsvetanov is categorically.

The BSP did not report – they wanted to know the truth or lying were the unknown sites about the parliamentary dwellings

A fresh new revelation – the deputies did not have the business to check what was fake. For them, there's a sign too

"It's not our job to check if the sites are fake or the news itself. The publications themselves are a sign within the meaning of the law. That's why we were not even a sign yesterday, and the committee was asked to look at these posts – whether they are fake, correctly, etc. "

MP BSP Philip Popov responded on Wednesday to a 24-hour question, why left-wing members urge the Commission to Contaminate Pollution and Removal of Articles Acquired Property (KPKONPI) to self-refer to fake news.

On Tuesday, on behalf of the left, Popov asked KPONPI to self-examine and verify the news that the deputies GERB Desislava Atanasova, Delyan Dobrev, Krassimir Velchev and deputy Anton Todorov have received apartments and offices in complex Tsarsko Selo and others in the capital. In front of the Popov journalists he said the news was released in several media but did not nominate their names.

BSP expects to explain the case with the apartment occupied by Vladislav Goranov. The story started the same hour by Slavi Trifonov and the "Sega" newspaper Sasho Dontchev. The debate was blown literally on the same day as the state budget was discussed, where the finance minister was the main contributor.

"For the other three MPs and one before the party, the committee should check the case," said Popov.


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