The Supreme Council of Radio and Television (RTÜK), which reduced administrative fines that can not be collected, was disclosed in the Court of Auditors' report. The committee charged only 49 percent of the fines, which it reduced in five years. Last year's collection dropped to 34 percent.
The Supreme Court for Radio Television (RTÜK) reduced the penalty for programs broadcast on television but did not collect money. In a report prepared by the TCA, in the five years between 2013 and 2017, RTÜK could take only 49.12 percent of the total penalty of 196 million 30 thousand 277 Turkish liras.
According to the spokesman; In 2013, the amount of sanction cut by the committee, which collects 78% of the fines, increased, while the volume of collection fell each year.
In 2014, fines were imposed which fell by 60 percent, 47 percent in 2015, 24 percent in 2016 and 34 percent last year.
56 MILLION APPROACH DOES NOT PAY
The report prepared by the Court of Auditors did not include the name of the issuers who did not pay. The report also provided information on fines that had been appealed. During the five-year period, the total amount of the administrative fine of 196 million 30 thousand 277 pounds 84 kurches 33.84 percent administrative penalty of 66 million 342 thousand 12 pounds 50 thousand percent of the case, this amount is not collected 96 million 287 thousand 687 In total, there were 68.90 percent of the 84 cashiers per share.
26 million 947 thousand 435 pounds of cases filed against the cancellation request were rejected by the courts. 37 million 643 thousand 867 pounds in court proceedings is completed with the approval of the final court procedure, the report stated that 56 million 893 thousand 98 pounds to be laid by organizations, although there were no legal excuses.
BEST AWARD AREAS OF BREZŽICA PROGRAMS
The programs that the committee had the most punished were statutory programs that ceased to be published. In 2017, RTÜK punished these programs for reasons such as violations of general morality, spiritual values and the principle of family protection and the use of slang words. The Supreme Council has often penalized 1% of advertising revenue for such violations, while 2% of legal programs have made it difficult.