Report on Government Agencies' Responsiveness to the Public Complaints and Opinions Through the Press
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
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As stipulated in the Press Law 1989 and Decree 51/2002 instructing the implementation of the Press Law, the press have a responsibility to receive complaints and opinions from the public, then either report them on their publications or transfer them in written form to the relevant government agencies. The responsible officials of these Party and government agencies must respond to the press within 30 days about the solution to the problem or the actions that have been taken.