The Democratic Liberal Party (PDL) leaders decided to boycott Antena 3, which is to say PDL representatives will no longer attend the TV channel’s shows. The decision was made in the party’s National Standing Bureau. Moreover, the Democratic Liberal Party stated it would file complaints to the National Audiovisual Council (CNA), as well as take legal action, arguing that the image of the Education Minister, Daniel Funeriu, was damaged by the dissemination of false information, by the “Intact” trust. The party representatives further argued that PDL did not want a return to the pre-1989 age or to “Adrian Nastase’s time”, when the press was not allowed to criticize the ruling party. Antena 3 presented, this weekend, a report to the effect that Funeriu had flunked the written test during the baccalaureate exam, but had been given a second chance in the oral exam, a piece of information subsequently denied by the minister.