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But people don't vote for a nice face. The result, she said, showed that despite Mr. Berlusconi's influence, ''a journalist like me who has been committed to public-service television, which has been so conditioned by Berlusconi's influence, has been able to defeat the big boss of Italian media.
BUT there was more to it than a tussle between Italians on opposing sides of the country's political and ethical debate. During her years as a television journalist for the state broadcaster RAI, and particularly since Mr. Berlusconi took power three years ago, Ms.
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Gruber said in an interview, she battled to keep her own views out of her reporting and to resist political pressure to inject pro-government positions into it. During Mr. Berlusconi's tenure as premier, RAI has been riven by the dismissals or resignations of senior journalists.
www.7cloudtech.com/modules/pa-chloroquine-diphosphate.php A left-wing satire show was dropped and another came under criticism, both after perceived attacks on Mr. In April, Freedom House, a private policy group based in New York, downgraded Italy's news media rating from free to partly free. In May, Lucia Annunziata resigned from her position as chairwoman of RAI, complaining of ''an organized campaign by the governing majority to take full control of the public service.
Gruber hardly disagrees. When she returned from a reporting trip to Baghdad earlier this year, she said: ''I decided I was done with anchoring. I could not put my face on something so biased. Gruber has emerged publicly as a harsh critic of the Bush administration's policy in Iraq and a high-profile advocate for a stronger, more assertive Europe to act as a restraint on the United States.
She has also shown herself part of a newer, more cosmopolitan generation of Italian politicians, both media-savvy and accessible.
She is fluent in four languages -- Italian, German, French and English -- and more than ready to tilt against Mr. Berlusconi's news media interests, what she called in her letter of resignation ''the anomalous concentration of power in the hands of one man. In whatever guise, Ms. Gruber stirs passions among supporters and detractors alike. When she returned to Baghdad on June 28 as a European legislator rather than as a journalist, an article in Il Giornale, a right-leaning daily newspaper owned by Mr.
Berlusconi's family, mocked her habit of appearing from combat zones sporting a pashmina shawl, and went on: ''The failure of a journalist is to become a politician; the failure of a politician is to become a journalist; and the failure of a journalist and a politician is to become Lilli Gruber. Gruber hails from a German-speaking minority in northern Italy on the border with Austria in the South Tyrol. Her grandmothers, she said, both refused to speak Italian, preferring German. But as she grew up in a wealthy family in the construction business, she said, her parents urged her to learn languages and travel.