Implementation of Constitutional Provisions Regarding Mass Media in a Pluralist Democracy: Proceedings of the UniDem Seminar Organised in Nicosia on 16-18 December 1994 in Co-operation with the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic of Cyprus and with the Support of the European Commission
Council of Europe Publishing, 1995 - Freedom of the press - 155 pages
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Mass media and political power in a pluralist democracy
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