Chief editor of the magazine The New Times Yevgenia Albats said that the printing house “Pushkin square”, published in the journal for 8 years, suddenly refused to do so despite the fact that the wording in front of her there is no debt. Thus, the appearance on Monday of the next issue in question.
According to Albats, who quotes “Interfax”, for each circulation of the magazine printing house receives 450 thousand rubles, while recently experiencing financial difficulties, reflected in particular in the reduction of staff. As said the journalist, “Pushkin square” there is spare capacity.
Recall that The New Times is also available online, but for full access to its content requires a subscription. As said Albats, subscribers to the magazine will receive the next number in the electronic version.
Recall that the publication has not just faced with problems and claims from the authorities. Thus, in particular, in 2007, the journalist Natalia Morar was denied entry to Russia after the publication of the article “Black cash of the Kremlin”. To achieve a ban, motivirovannoe “threat to the constitutional order of the Russian Federation”, it was possible only after personal communication Albats and then-President Dmitry Medvedev in 2009.
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