APNU says will keep pressing for balanced press coverage

– GINA concerned over ‘threat’

APNU says it will continue to seek balanced coverage from the National Communications Network (NCN) and the Government Information Agency (GINA) and a statement made by its leader David Granger in this regard has been viewed by GINA as a grave threat.

Granger said at a press conference held at the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, Hadfield Street, on Friday that Head of APNU’s Communications Department Mark Archer had discussed the allocation of air time to the coalition to enlighten the public on its position  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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