Hogging advertising could be ‘deadly’ for the government


Santo Domingo.- Dominican Society of Newspapers president, Persio Maldonado, on Sun. warned President Luis Abinader that the concentration of institutional advertising in the National Palace could be “deadly” for his government. The also editor-in-chief of El Nuevo Diario, recalled that in the government of former president Salvador Jorge Blanco, the same action was carried out to concentrate advertising at 100 percent and this made him end very badly in his relationship with the press and the media. Maldonado said that in countries where there has been such a massive concentration of advertising such as Mexico, El Salvador and Nicaragua, it has been deadly for governments, in addition to being an anti-democratic media. “If the government of President Luis Abinader, applies that measure reported by some ministries, it would be a […]

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