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New accreditation of "State Council" of Crimea requires journalists to submit their service record and pen names

23.10.2014, 00:19

In the annexed Crimea, the draft for a new procedure for accreditation of journalists in the local “parliament” was developed. The draft, in particular, requires that in addition to the editorial office’ address and contacts, journalists have to provide such information as education, speciality, and seniority of journalist, as well as his/her pen-name. Also, accreditation can be cancelled in case of “untrue reports about the functioning of the Council and its departments”. 

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