Slovenian investigative journalist, writes about his experiences of working under pressure while he was investigating irregulariti
A powerful man like Rupert Murdoch doesn't have to ask for favours. He will be given favours by politicians who are frightened by his newspapers.
Marin Mrčela, President of GRECO (Groups of States Against Corruption) of Council of Europe on why it is important to have independent media and why it is so difficult to achieve it today.
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