A very illustrative example of how information goes within the government. And not any, and information about the incident — spill of fuel into the river:
“The OSS said that the local authorities knew about the accident until may 31, when reports about it began appearing in social networks. This version adheres to the head EMERCOM of Russia Evgeny Senichev. “Only on 31 may we had information that the time recorded. Here it would be difficult to deny it,“ he said. In “Norilsk Nickel” its opposite version, the company claims, reported the leak to Moscow (in energy) after 25 minutes after the incident”.
It turns out that the energy Ministry received the information, considered it irrelevant? Scared to report? All it took to self-isolation and quarantine?
Just the power we loose utterly, ignores the even of an emergency.
Marina Litvinovich, a journalist, pravozashhitnik, political strategist
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