It has been announced that in future only the state will be allowed to provide public weather forecasting services. The corresponding draft law is already before parliament.
The cited reason is that weather forecasting is a very complicated task requiring special expertise... and... well, therefore hence it should be in the hands of the state. The lawmaker responsible for the draft said in an interview that it has the additional advantage that the public will be sure, whatever channel they use, that the forecast they see is of excellent quality.
Cynics have suggested the step might have to do also with the stated-owned weather forecast organisation's poor financial condition.