“They closed some eyes, but woke others up completely?”
It's unfinished. She said on social media that she had “studied an open letter from executives” of a domestic publication proposing changes.
“It's not easy for you and I will always try to be there. Thank you for knowing me and letting me be myself,” Elizabeth tells her father in one of her recent posts. Photo: instagram.com/lisa_peskova
“I read news and articles about many sources,” Elizabeth writes on social networks, “mainly on portals included in the list of foreign agents.”
In her words, ,, special & # 39; & # 39; it seems that the entry of the media in the relevant register is decided by the Ministry of Justice together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to Pesková, such decisions should be made by the court “ in the presence of a broad evidence base & # 39; & # 39 ;, otherwise it looks like a “hastily cemented political case & # 39; & # 39; in relation to “defective media”. If the law is not amended, everything will lead to “complete confusion” and a selective approach to the definition of foreign agents.
“ Some of them closed their eyes, but others continued to the fullest? & # 39; & # 39; Elizabeth asks.
She illustrated her position with a story about the relationship between Empress Catherine II. and publisher Nikolai Novikov, who criticized the monarch in his publications, and she “ answered him in her books. & # 39; & # 39; Peskova recalls that Novikov still “ joked 'and ended up in the Shlisselburg fortress. & # 39; & # 39; He recalls that the publisher was later liberated by Emperor Paul I.
“ But as the saying goes, 'Spoons were found, but sediment remained, & # 39; & # 39; summarizes Elizabeth.
She returns ideas to modern times and admits that she would “like to see a more constructive dialogue” and “fair treatment of journalists”. Meanwhile, the law is “ rough 'and requires improvement and explanatory guidance, & # 39; & # 39; the girl concludes.