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Recently he has even received an award for free p from the association of German journalists, the DJV. There is however still a small space for free press in the newspapers. The result of all this is a means to power that know no bounds which transforms democracy into a regime that could become authoritarian; a raw authoritarianism. Complaints of exposure and cries for libel action amounting to millions of euros rained down from Berlusconi who owns and associates on both.

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They defined him as a ‘courageous and alert colleague who works hard and against all obstacles edi defend the right to free press in Italy’. Plus, as a rule whoever commits a crime, even a politician is immediately brought before the law courts. It is more difficult for this type of model to be adopted in Europe than in Italy. The programme was provisionally cancelled.


Travaglio continually and publicly exposes Italian politicians, particularly Berlusconi, who try to influence the media accordingly to trwvaglio own agenda thus preventing access to non-biased information. Then tell your friends: Marco Travaglio is an Italian journalist who shot to newspaper fame when, two months before the general elections inhe was invited on the Satyricon television programme as a guest, to mark travahlio release of a book he co-wrote with fellow journalit Elio Veltri.

His criticisms also try to encourage his Italian colleagues not to censor their own work and not to let themselves be intimidated by those in power.

The then-host of the programme, comedian Daniele Luttazzi, was fired. Do soldl think the European institutions and parliament, in the run up to the elections can help improve the situation in Italy?

Marco Travaglio: ‘Berlusconi, where did you get the money from?’

The author is this article is a member of the cafebabel. They have forgiven him a lot already. Read their blog here. Three questions to the Italian journalist who dared to ask. If such a media giant wanted to enter into politics, he would have to give up his previous businesses.


In the other countries there are laws which protect institutions from falling into the hands of such a character. If we fail to do our duty regarding public spending maybe the EP can give us a slap on the wrists, but if we violate the most basic laws on competition in the market place, free press or internal democracy, the European parliament considered that our business.

This means selling his newspaper and television channels and cashing in his assets.

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In Italy free press exists on paper but that the reality is very different. Translated from Marco Travaglio: Ever since then Travaglio is seen as a symbol of freedom of speech and free press. The reaction to the programme was immediate.

Once both were acquitted and the charges archived, the legal battle dsi concluded in Cavaliere, dove ha preso i soldi?