• A Deputy from Chechnya proposed to equate journalists to the Ministry of defense

  • First Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on information policy, Samail sarailiev opposed to funding cuts media budget and for equating journalists to the military. About it reports on Wednesday, November 2 "Interfax".

    According to the MP, in terms of sanctions against Moscow Russian TV channels convey the truth to the people of other countries. "This is our window, which really tells the truth, does something", — quotes its words RIA Novosti.

    "Industry media and journalists equate, in my opinion, to the Ministry of defence, these people, often early fight, who are constantly on the front lines, which convey information on which it is impossible to push, even taking into account the difficult economic situation," said sarailiev.

    In the state Duma Deputy represents the Chechen Republic.

    In mid-October it was reported, the officials plan to gradually reduce funding for public media. By 2019 it can be reduced by 6-20 percent.

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