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Reuters: Kremlin demands positive news from large companies

Photo: commons.wikimedia.org the Kremlin ordered major Russian companies to deliver positive news

Materials should focus on the achievements of science, the creation of new jobs and infrastructure.

The Kremlin has asked the leading Russian companies to supply it with news that represent the leadership of the country in a positive light. This was in vornik, November 14, reports Reuters, citing a seven-page document, which sets out the requirements for publication.

According to the instructions of the authorities, the materials should focus on the achievements of science, the creation of new jobs and infrastructure, especially those that receive government support. The document describes in detail the format of the news and a week of their submission. These requirements were presented against the background of preparations for the presidential elections scheduled for March 2018, at which Vladimir Putin needs to win with high voter turnout .

The order of the authorities were directed last month of the 45 companies, among them Rosneft, LUKOIL, NOVATEK and others.

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