Governor of Yugra inhibits officials from clicking like button on oppositional content
Rules of conduct on the web have been made for officials.
Governor of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Region Natalia Komarova has added additional paragraphs to the code of ethics and conduct for officials, having inhibited them from clicking the like button on posts on social networks that criticize the authorities. The document has been published on the web site of the administration of the region.
Rules of conduct on the web have been made for officials. From now on, officials are not allowed to use curse words on social networks on their own account, publish and support content that criticizes the current constitutional system and institutes of the public authority, as well as join communities that contain this kind of content.
Officials are also banned from writing posts that “express discountenance towards certain citizens and social groups.”
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