In Moldova, the Parliament approved a law restricting the broadcast of Russian TV channels

The Moldovan Parliament adopted the bill in two readings, restricting TV channels in Russia. This is reported by the media.

 

The document was voted by 61 deputies of the political factions focused on the European Union. Also reported to be against this bill voted local Communists and the Party of socialists. In protest against the adoption of the law of France of the Communist party left the meeting room.

Before the head of the state Igor Dodon said he will block any anti-Russian law in the country and will adhere to this policy even in the case that majority in Parliament will vote for him a second time. It concerns the broadcasting of Russian news and information programs within Moldova.

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