The National Council for Television and Broadcasting has appointed an unscheduled inspection of NewsOne. This was reported by the press service of the National Council.
According to the report, on November 5, the live broadcast of the TV channel during the broadcast of the "I think so" program, the presenter Ruslan Kotsaba allegedly violated the laws of Ukraine "On Information" and "On Television and Radio Broadcasting". The National Council states that the presenter was expressing information that could be "used to call for the overthrow of the constitutional order, violation of the territorial integrity of Ukraine" and so on.
"Illegal enrichment was the goal of these" Euromaidan huts. "And not some ghostly European future there, NATO, the European Union, etc. Respectively, the rebelled Donbass tried to appease it with the help of tanks and aircraft bombs. It should be announced here, at the level of Kiev, the Kiev authorities must recognize that the use of armed forces against the civilian population is a crime to which the statute of limitations does not apply, "Ruslan Kotsaba said on air of the channel.
The National Council plans to decide on the licensee based on all the circumstances studied.
Recall, September 26, the National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting has made an unprecedented decision: deprived 112 TV Ukraine of digital broadcasting licenses.
The channel continues to broadcast and is accessible to its viewers on satellite, in cable networks and on the Internet.
Journalists of 112 Ukraine, NewsOne and ZIK held a solidarity action against censorship. Three broadcasters stopped broadcasting for 30 minutes.
The decision of the National Council has already been condemned in the European Parliament and promised to convey information about the actions of the Ukrainian authorities to European officials. At various times, pressure from the authorities on "112 Ukraine" has already been voiced by MEPs from the United Kingdom, OSCE Representative on Media Arlem Desir, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini and a number of international organizations.