The government will not allow any specific group to impose its opinion on the state media, government spokesman Ilias Mossialos said on Monday concerning an attempt by a group of students to interrupt a state television news programme in order to broadcast their own message on Sunday night.
"The state media present all views in a balanced way and we will do the same in every similar case," the spokesman said, praising the quick reaction of journalists and technicians during the incident.
Mossialos said the government will not tolerate movements of the 'I won't pay' type and all those involved in undermining the country's course, urging the political parties to clearly state their position on such phenomena.