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The appellant alleged that Article 45 of the Broadcasting Law (Ley de .. Por lo que el párrafo primero del Art. 45 de la ley y las normas dictadas en su. , Spanish, Book edition: Radiodifusión: marco regulatorio: Ley nacional de radiodifusión 22,, Decreto reglamentario /81 / [Claudio] Schifer. (Law of , InfoLEG, available at (Gustavo Ybarra, El kirchnerismo logró aprobar en general la nueva ley de medios, DIARIO LA.

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A new law, effective as of August 8,requires television and radio broadcasters to transmit two presidential speeches a year, produced by the state media Radio Illimani and Bolivia TV. Emergency population warning systems Spanish-language television.

Consequently, this Court understands that it must be rejected …. The Board of Directors of the Bank denied Representative Arce Oey access to the requested information, on the grounds that such information was protected by bank secrecy and the right to privacy.

In some countries, including Argentina and Venezuela, all stations are mandated to air these messages similar in nature to Emergency Action Notifications in the United States. The aforesaid rule has as an exception that operates in the case that there is unequivocal evidence that a political party has transferred part of its private funds to a privately-owned company. Dublinsky, of a series of articles portraying the claimant’s involvement in acts of corruption such as requesting the payment of a bribe, and awarding state benefits to his personal acquaintances.

The right to access public information. Secondly, that given its superior status, any restriction to this right must necessarily be reduced to a minimum, and any interference must always be linked to the legitimate needs of a democratic society. The Organic Communication Law’s article 74 replaced it, retaining the requirements for broadcasters and extending them to pay television services, which must suspend their own program transmissions to carry cadenas.

Article 45 of Law No. Por favor, activar JavaScript para ver este sitio de web. According to the legal framework that governs broadcasting, in order to apply for a legal authorization ,ey provide a broadcasting station with frequency modulation, it is required that the applicant is a physical person or a commercial corporation that is legally constituted, which excludes civil associations, cooperatives, and mutual and non-profit associations.

On one occasion, television stations were forced to broadcast a minute-long musical performance contained within a cadena nacional. Many of those standards have been included in the Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression.


Court of Appeals of Santiago de Chile. One type of cadena nacional is obligatory for all television stations according to the electoral law, the franja electoral or simultaneous transmission of campaign material from the major political parties; this pey the only time election campaign ads are broadcast on television.

Report on the Situation of Human Rights in Mexico.

Ley de Servicios de Comunicación Audiovisual Ley by Lh Hu on Prezi

In this section, the report refers to the States’ domestic jurisprudence, and it includes certain decisions by local tribunals that were handed down during and that reflect the importance of respecting freedom of expression as protected in the American Convention.

States have the obligation to guarantee the full exercise of this right. The selection has been somewhat arbitrary, both for reasons of space and for lack of sufficient information. The Court does not find that there is a higher aim which would authorize preventing the complainant from participating in a bidding process aimed at regularizing his legal situation and being able, if chosen, to exercise his right to freedom of expression.

Massera and Albano Harguindeguy. Sixth and last, and summarizing the foregoing conclusions, if an informer has legitimately exercised his right to freedom of expression, the conclusion that a violation to the right to the protection of honor has been committed cannot be validly reached. This is why the limitation imposed by the challenged legal provisions is unjustified and constitutes a clear violation of the right to freedom of association, as it imposes the end for which people will legally associate, without there being a sufficient justification for sustaining an imposition which prevents certain non-profit organizations from conducting an activity which is in essence of a cultural nature.

The exercise of the right provided for in the foregoing paragraph shall not be subject to prior censorship but shall be subject to subsequent imposition of liability, which shall be expressly established by law to the extent necessary to ensure:. Restrictions to the free circulation of ideas and opinions, as well as the arbitrary imposition of information and the imposition of obstacles to the free flow of information violate the right to freedom of expression”.

Sergio Israel Dubinsky, has legitimately exercised his right to inform. The constitutional provision is in perfect agreement with international human rights norms which guarantee the right to freedom of expression.


La “Legitimidad” Del Enunciador Juridico en la Ley de Radiodifusion Argentina (22285/80) (Report)

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Articles with Spanish-language external links Interlanguage link template link number Articles containing video clips. Services on Demand Article. Firstly, that the general but naturally, not absolute principle to be kept in mind is that the lej to freedom of expression, given its crucial role in promoting public debate and its relation to democratic societies and institutions, when exercised legitimately, is regarded in the national and international arenas as possessing an “extremely high let which places it in a higher rank in relation to the other civil rights.

Therefore, if the appeal were admitted and the subsequent exhibitions of the piece which has given rise to it prohibited, this Court would incur in a form of prior censorship, which is forbidden to this Court. Thirdly, that the protection offered by this right must not only be regarded as pertaining to favorable ideas, but also, most importantly, to those that might be offensive, disturbing, exaggerated, prone 222885 incite strong reactions, 222885 shocking, because such are the demands of pluralism and mental openness without which a democratic society cannot exist.

As a second point, there is no doubt that there are many other 222855 that could have been summarized in this report. From toVenezuela had an average of cadenas a year.

The Telecommunications Law of requires stations to transmit cadenaswhich may be called for by the president “in case of war, invasion of territory, rebellion, sedition, catastrophe, epidemic or other calamity, grave disturbances of the public order or messages of national interest”. By using theoretical tools from Argumentative Discourse Analysis, we intend to evidence the discursive strategies displayed in the text in order to become a legitimate speaker, given its lack of the necessary pre-discursive ethos.

The law that defined cadenas was derogated in after the constitutional court ruled that they were illegal, violated the right of citizens to “inform and be informed”, and also kept the public in “informational captivity”.


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