Putin has put a veto for amendments 2 the law on mass-mediaIn the Kremlin Vladimir Putin`s MTG with representatives of the Russian mass-media has come to the end, the correspondent " passes; News ".
At a MTG the president of Russia has informed that has put a veto on approved by both chambers of parliament of the amendment 2 the law on the mass-media, propagation of terrorism concerning a non-admission in a press, and also amendments 2 the law on fight against terrorism.
according to the head of the state, he has signed two letters addressed to speakers of the Federation Council and Sergey Mironov and Gennady Seleznev`s State Duma in whom has informed on the decision.
Putin has asked chairmen of chambers to create the conciliatory commission, including W participation of representatives of mass-media, " to work over formulations ".
The President has declared 2 that considers important to find balance in restrictions of WRK of mass-media during concrete time, during the concrete operations directed on rescue of people, and high-grade informing of a society on state actions, that as Putin was expressed, " the state has not got a false idea itself inerrant ".
the Head of the state, on the one hand, has subjected to criticism of action of some mass-media on illumination of events round capture of hostages in the Theatrical CTR on Dubrovke, and, W another, has thanked " the Russian mass-media for the shown civic stand, for professionalism and endurance ".
Putin has noticed that one of TV channels some minutes prior to storm " has shown special troops movement " that " could lead to huge tragedy ". The president considers it not as an error, and " Conscious ignoring of arrangements from the Ministry of Press and writs of heads of an emergency response centre which operated in strict conformity W the law on fight against terrorism ".