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Photographers and operators were not allowed at government’s meeting with Yanukovych

27.02.2013, 05:36
 On February 27, 2013, cameramen and photographers, who are usually present during  government meetings, were not allowed in the hall, where an expanded meeting of the Cabinet took place, Ukrayinska Pravda reported.

 In addition, journalists were not allowed even in the room near the government meeting hall, where there was previously announced a communication with leaders of ministries and regional administrations.

The press service of the government explains that there was not enough space for journalists, because opposition MPs expressed a desire to attend the government meeting with President Victor Yanukovych.

Meanwhile, the government meeting was attended by about 10 deputies from the Party of Regions. Previously, it was announced that TV cameramen and photographers will be present directly in the room where the expanded meeting will take place. But in the morning, these words disappeared from the announcement, which was posted on the government’s web-site.

All journalists, including operators and photographers , were offered to watch the government’s meeting on TV in the press. "It is obvious that neither photographers nor TV cameramen were not able to cover the event," – Ukrayinska Pravda says.


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