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The prosecutor's office finds out the reasons for not admitting the media to the Chita Duma

The prosecutor's office finds out the reasons for not admitting the media to the Chita Duma
Photo: gorduma.chita.ru

The prosecutor's office of the Trans-Baikal Territory became interested in media publications about the closure of the meetings of the Chita City Council committees from journalists. On this fact a check is organized.

According to the press service of the prosecutor’s office, an assessment of the legality of the decision, which was adopted by the deputies of the Chita City Duma, is to be given. Does it not limit the freedom of the mass media, which is guaranteed by Article 29 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation and federal laws adopted in its development.

If parliamentarians have committed violations, prosecutorial response measures will be taken. Earlier, the media in Transbaikalia reported that journalists would no longer be allowed to attend meetings of the Chita City Duma committees. They will be held completely closed.  

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