CNA came up with an initiative that wants to add as part of Audiovisual Code. The initiative says that, when it comes of covering accidents, TVs aren’t allowed to provide “any information that could lead to victims’ identification, with the exception of the situation when they or their families agreed or there’s a justified public interest. The project will be in public debate for 30 days.
Also when it comes of accidents, mainly when “there are juridical consequences, the info broadcasted must:
a) Be objective, verified and presented impartially and with good faith, in report to all people involved in the accident
b) Must respect the not guilty presumption
c) Must be complete, following the finality of the juridical action.