LAWMAKERS URGE BILL ON JOURNALISTS’ PROTECTION AFTER RUSSIAN REPORTERS MURDERED IN AFRICA | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

LAWMAKERS URGE BILL ON JOURNALISTS’ PROTECTION AFTER RUSSIAN REPORTERS MURDERED IN AFRICA

Russian MPs have supported the idea of a bill offering social guarantees to reporters working in “hot spots” and on other dangerous missions after three Russian journalists were killed in the Central African Republic.
The head of the Lower House Committee for Information Policy and Communications, MP Leonid Levin (Fair Russia), said in comments with RIA Novosti that he personally expected the State Duma to pass the bill during the next parliamentary session.

“The sad incident is yet another reminder about the dangers and risks that are an inseparable part of mass media’s work. I expect that the bill on social guarantees to journalists who work in hot spots will be passed during the fall session,” RIA Novosti quoted the lawmaker as saying on Wednesday. He also expressed his condolences to friends and relatives of the killed journalists.

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Such a bill will NEVER be passed for the independent media in the US; the Powers that Be want us either physically dead, or banished, under Google's most burying algorithms possible.

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