Friday, July 8, 2011

Cameron proposes new regulation for the press

British Prime Minister, David Cameron has proposed a new model of regulation of the press for the scandal of eavesdropping and wiretaps that the drafters of the News of the World did for information. "I think we need a new system entirely," said the British premier.

Cameron, who has called the scandal "shameful", has also ordered a public inquiry "thoroughly and as soon as possible" because it is necessary to clean the regulation of the press "is not working." In a press conference in his official residence 10 Downing Street, the prime minister has said the inquiry, to be headed by a judge, find out in detail what happened and "no stone will be left unturned" but will not begin until after the ongoing police investigation.

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