Correa denies that closure of Hoy Daily be for Communication Law
Posted On 30 Jun 2014
President Rafael Correa rejected this Monday that the Communication Law has forced the Hoy Daily to close its print edition, as noted by the media, and attributed it to a “gross mismanagement.”
Correa, promoter of the Communication Law that increased control over the media, said on his Twitter account that the newspaper HOY “has accumulated losses for years by a bad administration.”
“How is lying in the country, paradoxically, by those who should report”, Correa questioned in the social network.
HOY Daily, considered by the government, of opposition and with 32 years of existence, announced on Sunday that will leave printed way and will do it henceforth only through its online edition.