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CONATEL menace en 2014…??

Le conseil national des télécommunications (CONATEL)  a, dans un communiqué lancé de nouvelles mises en garde contre des stations de radiodiffusion qui,  selon le CONATEL, diffusent de manière systématique de fausses informations susceptibles, de troubler l’ordre public.

Selon le CONATEL, ces informations  déstabilisent les institutions de la République et  portent atteinte à l’intégrité de nombre de citoyens.

Aussi, Le CONATEL fait injonction à ces médias de mettre fin à ces pratiques qu’il juge irresponsables et  qui mettent en danger la paix publique et l’intégrité des citoyens. Faute de quoi, le CONATEL entend appliquer les dispositions que de droit.

A rappeler que récemment le nouveau ministre de la communication Rudy Hériveaux  avait mis en garde les journalistes contre toute campagne d’intoxication et tendance à dire n’importe quoi sur les hauts dignitaires de l’état, avons-nous appris

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