International Transparency calls government to refrain from media hype
 Tbilisi 14:15 - 28.07.16 «GHN»
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The International Transparency Georgia declared, the state owned bodies' advertising in a preelections period might be counted as a ruling party's media hype.

The International Transparency Georgia noted that very often the advertising of government's achievements are aired via broadcasters and social networks. Such information in a preelections period could be counted as a campaign of the ruling party. Such advertising is having a notion of exploiting of the administrative resources. An additional problem is, if such advertisements are having a social advertising status in a broadcaster.

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