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Kahovska Zorya newspaper collective went on strike against chief editor

21.01.2013, 03:24
The collective of Kahovska Zorya newspaper went on a one-day strike on January 21, 2013, protesting against the activities of chief editor Volodymyr Menisenko, according to Kherson Online.

On Monday, January 21, the journalists did not come to their workplaces, and demanded Menisenko either to change the management style and communication, or they will turn to the founders with a demand to sack the chief editor. According to the statute, newspaper founders comprise the labor collective, the city and the district councils.

According to one of Kahovska Zorya journalists, his colleagues are tired of the insults and abuse by the chief editor.

Social-political weekly Kahovska Zorya is one of the oldest newspapers of Kherson, founded in April of 1917. Today, the newspaper has a circulation of about 8.5 thousand copies.

64-year-old Vladimir Menisenko has been heading the newspaper since 1987, when it was called "The Dawn of Communism."  V.Menisenko was repeatedly elected as a deputy of district and city councils, and has the title of "Honored Journalist of Ukraine”.

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