According to PM Giorgi Gakharia, the draft project of changes in Law on Electronic Communications doesn't cause any danger to media and Questions related to the draft bill, initiated by the Communications Comission is baseless.
As Gakharia told the reporters, the initiative directly states that it doesn't concern media.
"This is another lie, it doesn't cause any danger to media. The initiative directly states that it doesn't concern media. We should take into account one thing, the arbitrariness which used to take place in our country has ended. There's a critical infrastructure in our country - it's the responsibility not only of their owners but the state's too. Therefore, we have to take care of these directions, before we have a full legislature on managing the critical infrastructure", - stated Gakharia.
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