Ukraine's parliament rejected bill limiting presence of aggressor state's media products
The Ukrainian parliament has rejected a bill which proposed to limit the presence of media products of the aggressor state.
Some 174 deputies at first reading voted for the bill on amendments to some laws of Ukraine regarding the limitation of use of media production of the aggressor state (No. 4303), while the quorum is 226 votes.
Lawmakers also did not support the proposal of the Verkhovna Rada chairman to send the bill back for revision to the relevant committee or the legislative initiative subject.
The bill proposed setting limits for touring events, theater productions, the issuance of certificates of distribution, broadcasting audio and visual products of the aggressor state.