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Le ultime novità da Klub Radio

KlubRadioEcco le ultime notizie che ci arrivano dagli amici di Klub Radio:

Dear Friend,
A judgement will be declared on Tuesday, 5th of March, 8:15 AM in a lawsuit which couldn’t even exist in a constitutional state. A court constructed on the first of January judges in the 4th case of the 95.3 frequency of Klubrádió, after three non-executed non-appealable judgements! This event will be significant not only from the point of view of Klubrádió and the freedom of press but it will indicate the state of the independence of jurisdiction in Hungary.
The scene of the event: Court of Administration and Labour, Budapest 1015, Csalogány str. 47-49.

Kedves Barátunk!
Március 5-én, kedden 8:15-kor ítélethirdetés lesz egy olyan perben, amelyre jogállamban sor sem kerülhetett volna. A 95.3 MHz negyedik perében egy január 1-én létrehozott bíróság dönt, három végre nem hajtott jogerős ítélet után! Ez egy fontos esemény lesz, nemcsak a Klubrádió és a sajtószabadság, hanem a bíráskodás függetlenségének szempontjából is.
Helyszín: Közigazgatási és Munkaügyi Bíróság, Budapest 1015, Csalogány u. 47-49.

Budapest, libertà di stampa ancora minacciata

Trasmettiamo un nuovo comunicato da Budapest di Klubrádió:

Media Council: Another Slap in the Face for the Freedom of Press as a Christmas Present
A press release by Klubrádió
The Media council has served its most recent unlawful resolution by courier at half past four p.m. on Friday, 19 December 2012, once again questioning the successfulness of Klubrádió’s application for the 95.3 MHz broadcast frequency tender, though it had already been declared successful by the High Court of Appeal in its final and binding decision on 14 March 2012. The only difference in the Council’s method is that instead of trying to disqualify Klubrádió from the tender on the grounds of “failing to sign the empty pages”, they regard this disqualification as a fact and, “acting within their own competence”, only revoke part of their resolution of last September which claims the tender was successful. In addition, they cite the prosecution’s position statement – which could only be regarded as an expert opinion at most, in view of the several legal and binding rulings of the court. Incidentally, the contents of this opinion is unknown to the party concerned.

Similarly to the one issued before last Christmas declaring Autórádió kft to be the winner, this resolution also has an appeal period of 15 calendar days subject to forfeiture. This work of art is also intended as an “early Christmas present”, leaving only 4 workdays for Klubrádió to prepare and file their appeal. The celebration of love has once again been exploited by the Media Council for furthering their political goals. Perhaps they hope the public outrage triggered by their latest wrongful decision would not be so strong this way.

This procedure is not only unlawful and unfair, but also deeply cynical. This behaviour goes against democratic thinking as well as good manners, just like other, untrue statements in the Council’s resolution, such as the one claiming Klubrádió is charged only 50% of the broadcasting fee even though it is just the other way round: Klubrádió is the only one needing to pay the full price.

Médiatanács: újabb karácsonyi pofon a sajtószabadságnak
A Klubrádió közleménye
A Médiatanács 2012. december 19-én, szerdán délután fél ötkor futárral kézbesítette újabb törvénytelen határozatát a Klubrádiónak. Ebben a Fővárosi Ítélőtábla által már 2012. március 14-én jogerősen eredményesnek ítélt 95.3 MHz frekvencia pályázat eredményességét kérdőjelezi meg ismét. A módszer annyiban változott, hogy a hírhedt „üres oldalak aláíratlansága” ötlet alapján most nem kizárja a Klubrádiót a pályázatból, hanem a kizárást axiómaként ténynek tekinti és csupán a tavaly decemberi, a pályázat eredményéről szóló határozatának azt a részét „vonja vissza saját hatáskörben”, mely szerint a pályázat eredményes volt. Ráadásul az ügyészségre hivatkozik, akinek az állásfoglalása legfeljebb szakértői véleménynek tekinthető több jogerős ítéletet követően. E vélemény tartalma egyébként az érintett előtt ismeretlen.
A mostani határozattal szemben is 15 naptári napos jogvesztő határidővel lehet keresetet benyújtani, csakúgy, mint a tavaly Karácsony előtt az Autórádió kft-t győztesnek kikiáltóval szemben. A mű ezúttal is karácsonyi ajándékként született, ismét mindössze 4 munkanap áll rendelkezésre a kereset elkészítésére és benyújtására. A szeretet ünnepét ismét politikai céljai elérésének szolgálatába állította a Médiatanács. Talán abban reménykedik, hogy így kisebb lesz a felháborodás, amelyet az újabb jogsértő döntése vált ki?
Az eljárás nemcsak jogellenes és tisztességtelen, de cinikus is. Az ilyen viselkedés nemcsak a jogállamiságtól, hanem a jó modortól is idegen. Ahogy a Médiatanács december 19-i közleményének más, a valóságtól eltérő állítása is, például az, hogy a Klubrádió a frekvenciadíj feléért sugározhatja az adását: ellenkezőleg, csak a Klubrádiónak nem szállították le a fizetési kötelezettségét.

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Ungheria, Klubradio e la libertà di espressione

Vi trasmettiamo l’ultimo comunicato diffuso da Klubradio:

KlubRadioThe Media Council’s series of decisions violating the principle of the rule of law is a threat to the freedom of the press

Klubrádió’s press release concerning the latest letter issued by the Media Council’s press office claiming that the authorities do whatever they can to support the radio’s uninterrupted operation

We did not ask for the Media Council’s sympathy about the tender concerning the Esztergom and Tatabánya coverage area in which no winner had been declared. The only reason why this tender was unsuccessful is that the authority had issued an atrocious call for tenders, as confirmed by the Budapest High Court of Appeal. It was the Media Council’s negligence but it is Klubrádió that pays the price. According to the judgment of the Court, the Media Council’s call for proposals had been so irrational and unprofessional that it was impossible to submit a proposal that met the applicable formal requirements. As a result, it is the Media Council’s duty to mitigate the damage caused and issue a temporary license for broadcasting in the two towns.

According to the Media Council’s press release, the Council will do whatever they can to make uninterrupted operation possible for Klubrádió, and they intend to prove this by issuing another 60-day extension (the twelfth of such extensions). However, this statement contradicts the facts as judgment after judgment confirms that that the authority’s procedures have been illegal and the Council refuses to comply with the orders of the court. The Council does not abide by the law, it is a law unto itself.

And the statement that the “Media Council continuously offers cooperation to Klubrádió” is utterly false. The truth is that it does not show any willingness to cooperate. They refused to answer our proposals for solutions and did not react to our requests for negotiation.

With the suspension of the operation of our Esztergom and Tatabánya broadcasting stations, we have made it possible for the Media Council to take immediate steps. The Media Council should allow us to take over the Budapest frequency permanently and should issue a new tender for the two country frequencies that meets the applicable professional and moral requirements. Stop causing more harm!

Secondo concerto Klub Radio

I biglietti sono disponibili anche presso la sede prima dello spettacolo!

Jegyek a helyszínen is kaphatók a koncert előtt!

Tickets are available also at the scene before the concert!

Secondo concerto Radio Club. Vieni e porta tanti amici con te!

Gyere és hozz magaddal még legalább egy-két-három embert!

2nd concert for Klubradio. Come and call others, too!

AnnaViva e l’altra Budapest amano l’Ungheria

Dopo aver manifestato a Milano sotto l’ambasciata ungherese e aver ospitato Andràs Arato, direttore dell’emittente radiofonica Klub Radio, tra le vittime della stretta autoritaria del premier Viktor Orban, AnnaViva è stata a Budapest per un’altra tappa di turismo responsabile. Dal 5 al 10 aprile abbiamo incontrato esponenti della società civile ungherese che ogni giorno lottano e protestano contro la deriva nazionalista imposta dal Viktator (gioco di parole tra il nome di battesimo del primo ministro e la parola ungherese “dittatore”), che sfida l’Europa e porge il fianco al dilagare di teorie negazioniste dell’estrema destra.

Nell’ultimo anno e mezzo, l’Ungheria ha assistito a un progressivo smantellamento dei principi sui quali si fonda una democrazia liberale. Bavaglio alla stampa, limiti all’indipendenza del ramo giudiziario e a quella della Banca centrale ne sono solo un esempio. Le modifiche apportate alla Costituzione senza alcun dibattito parlamentare stanno pesantemente limitando le libertà individuali e i diritti civili. Ci sono giornalisti che ogni giorno si chiedono se potranno andare in onda, come gli 80 professionisti di Klub Radio, e altri che da 120 giorni portano avanti lo sciopero della fame, come Balàzs Nagy-Navarro, licenziato dalla tv di Stato per essersi opposto alla censura.
A questo si aggiunge il nuovo piano regolatore approvato dal governo che sta cambiando il volto della capitale del Paese. Le autorità hanno infatti deciso di rimuovere dalla piazza davanti al Parlamento le statue del poeta dissidente Attila Jozsef e quella del primo ministro Mihaly Karolyi, noto per le sue simpatie socialiste. Occorre fare spazio alla creazione di un parcheggio sotterraneo,  ha spiegato il governo. Secondo la società civile ungherese, invece, dietro a questa scelta si nasconde un più ampio progetto politico volto a riscrivere la storia del Paese.