Rodriguez Saa to lodge lawsuit against the Media Law for being “unconstitutional”
San Luis Governor Alberto Rodriguez Saa announced that he will lodge a law suit before the Nation’s Supreme Court against the Media Law launched by the kirchnerism three weeeks ago.
Eduardo Allende, San Luis general attorney, said that the Constitution’s Article No. 32 prohibits the Congress to enact laws which “restrict the press’ freedom or establish federal jurisdiction over it,” therefore, the new law is unconstitutional.
Rodriguez Saa announced that he will also defend the citizens on the right of access to information. The provicne ensures that the Media Law will “control the content”. Channel 13 currently broadcasts 102 hours of conent, and this exceeds by far the limit set by the new standard.
Meanwhile, members of PRO, Federico Pinedo Julian Obliglio appealed yesterday for legal protection.
The macrists argued that the the decree that enabled Cristina Kirchner to give shape to the enforcement authority doesn’t comply with the Media Law article No. 14, which states that members must be appointed on 10 December, two years before the end of the Presidence’s mandate.
Meanwhile, it was also learned that the Radical Civic Union submitted today a request for the law’s revocation with a challenge to the decree that enacted the law with a ”misprint” and they will ask for an immediate measure to suspend its implementation.