Poland’s Duda vetoes media law: controversial media bill will not be signed into law • FRANCE 24

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The law, which was adopted by parliament this month, would have prevented companies from outside the European Economic Area from holding a controlling stake in Polish media companies. France 24 Rob Parsons tells us more.

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