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the Mayor of Novokuznetsk asks to protect it from the press

In the Kemerovo region the scandal caused by check of work of Open Society " inflames; the Novokuznetsk management company (NUK, is engaged management of available housing), to one of which co-owners is the son of mayor Sergey Martin Maxim. On Thursday the mayor of Novokuznetsk Sergey Martin has addressed to the public prosecutor of a city Michael Platovu with the request to protect it from insinuations, slanderous fabrications and also to take measures to a non-admission of kindling of hatred among the population and conditions destabilization in a city . Organizers the information massed attack on it the town governor named a group of persons operating through mass-media, in particular through the newspaper the Kuznetsk worker . Recognising that his son on the lawful bases is shareholder NUK the head of Novokuznetsk has declared that journalists have received the order . The newspaper shined consequences of check NUK which, under the message a press - services of regional administration, has revealed the roughest infringements financially - economic activities from a management . After that general director NUK Evgenie Belyj has resigned of the deputy of a regional council and left from an United Russia . Materials about infringements have been transferred in area Office of Public Prosecutor, and governor Aman Tuleyev initiating check NUK has urged law enforcement bodies to conduct investigation objectively, not to give in to possible pressure . The assistant to the editor-in-chief the Kuznetsk worker Michael Grevnev has declared that its newspaper only reflected events around NUK and resulted opinions of townspeople, many of which are dissatisfied with work of this and other management companies. To undermine trust to the head of Novokuznetsk the newspaper did not put the purpose, he has underlined. As has informed a press - the secretary of the mayoralty Alexander Gorbul, Sergey Martin plans to act concerning the statement at City Council session on Tuesday.