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Premierminister Janez Jansa kalder journalister prostituerede og sætter medier i Slovenien i forbindelse med ”den dybe stat”

Medier i Slovenien er under hårdt pres fra landets regering, der bruger hårde metoder over for kritiske journalister. Det underminerer mediefriheden og truer demokratiske principper, advarer eksperter, der ser problemerne i en række EU-lande.

Flere gange har der været demonstrationer mod premierminister Janez Jansa, siden han tiltrådte i marts 2020. Hans angreb på journalister og medier skaber bekymring i resten af Europa. Til sommer overtager Slovenien det roterende formandskab for EU. Arkivfoto: Borut Zivulovic/Reuters Sloveniens premierminister Janez Jansa er de seneste måneder kommet i søgelyset i Europa på grund af en aggressiv kurs over for landets medier. Arkivfoto: Francisco Seco/AP Photo A protester holding a placard reading: 'hypocrites' confronts police officers during the commemoration for some 4, 000 victims of COVID-19 at a ceremony held on the anniversary of the first death due to the coronavirus pandemic at the Zale cemetery in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, March 14, 2021. Top officials and religious community leaders on Sunday gathered at a cemetery in the capital Ljubljana where they were set to plant a willow and express sympathy with the relatives of the people who died after contracting the coronavirus. (AP Photo) Slovenia's Prime Minister Janez Jansa, left, on screen and Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, right on screen, speak with European Council President Charles Michel during a video conference meeting ahead of an EU summit at the European Council building in Brussels, Friday, March 19, 2021. (Olivier Hoslet, Pool via AP) Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa receives a dose of the AstraZeneca coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine, in Ljubljana, Slovenia, March 19, 2021. REUTERS/Borut Zivulovic

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