In Khmelnytskyi, Hereha's security guards pushed journalists from his meeting with teachers
On October 19 in Khmelnytskyi, the correspondents of “Tochka Opory” were forbidden to record the meeting of the candidate to councilors of Khmelnytskyi city council, co-founder of the party “For Concrete Actions,” Oleksander Hereha, with educators convened at a local boarding school. When journalists said they would not stop recording, the candidate’s security guards forced them away from the room. The OPORA website provides information about it.
The correspondents called police, and the party HQ’s representatives came to the scene, too. They apologized and explained that the guards "wanted to avoid provocations this way."
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