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Government’s Stance on Media Surveillance Raises Concerns

The European Media Freedom Act’s Article 4 has raised concerns over potential surveillance of journalists under the pretext of national security. Despite government assurances that surveillance would require a court order and link to terrorism or serious crimes, critics argue that this could undermine media freedom and diversity.

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House President Advocates for Retention of EU Member States’ Veto Power

The House President, Annita Demetriou, passionately advocates for the retention of EU member states’ veto power to maintain balance, protect smaller countries, and prevent a divided Europe. Demetriou’s concerns are especially relevant to Cyprus’s unique challenges, and the upcoming European Council meeting will address proposed legislative amendments that could potentially abolish the veto power.

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