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In Kherson, not all journalists were able to make it to session with the Prime Minister

17.08.2017, 20:50
On August 16, due to lack of seats in Kherson Oblast State Administration building, the correspondent of “Center of journalist investigations” Vyacheslav Husakov was not allowed to the session of the Prime Minister and the deputies of local self-government councils and businessmen,  Most reports. Husakov claims that he saw the journalists of several local media outlets loyal to the authorities were allowed to enter even after he was informed by the Director of the Department of Internal Information Policy of Khersonska Oblast State Administration Olha Savenko that no seats are available in the session hall. The journalist had an accreditation for the event, and the journalists who received their accreditation the day before were said to be guaranteed to make it to the event, local IMI representatives said.
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