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Friday, June 23, 2017

Dorenko with the scandal kicked economist Khazin from his radio station


Chief editor of radio station “Moscow speaking” Sergei Dorenko said that he had been kicked out of the ether economist Mikhail Khazin, which leads to the station the author’s program.


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Mikhail Khazin

The cause of the conflict, according to Dorenko, was the refusal Khazin agree with him the topic of the next transfer: editor suspected that instead of the economy Khazin wants to talk with their listeners about the outcome of the elections in which he participated as a candidate in deputies of the State Duma from the party “Rodina”.

In response to the requirement again to declare him the topic of the program Khazin said that “he knows what to say”, with the result that there was a quarrel. “And then I tell him that I am the main editor, and I think the genre of the programs and place them in the air, and he would not go, Mike, for such a mother? And then three or four times I advise him to go to mother’s as it moves to the door,” Dorenko told about the end of the conflict.

Note that the “homeland” in the Duma passed the only Deputy party leader Alexei Zhuravlev, the release of “United Russia”.

Read about the failure of the opposition in single-mandate districts.

Khazin himself after the elections has said that “Putin lost a very serious battle with its own bureaucracy”. In his opinion, supporting the EP, “the company refused to support the modernization, that is opposed to Putin”.

Elections to the State Duma 2016. Chronicle of events
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