Prosecutor General's Office to launch its streaming channel
October 1, the Prosecutor General's Office is to launch an information and communication service Efir. It will combine an interactive live broadcast and a streaming channel.
The service will offer exclusive video content, as well as current news and analysis from the Prosecutor's Office, Izvestia reports with reference to the Ministry's message.
In addition, the service will provide answers to questions from viewers in an interactive chat as well as in the form of answers to phone calls.
The Ministry representatives believe that the novelty will help citizens to review the process of communication with the Prosecutor General's Office and expect that some of the issues related to violation of the rights and legitimate interests of citizens will be resolved in such an interactive mode.
“It was no less important that this service will be a breakthrough in terms of prevention of violations of legislation, legal education, and strengthening of legal consciousness in the society,” the message says.
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