Source: Sputnik Intl
Latest debunked fakes from this source
Estonia is a parliamentary democracy. The procedure for the election of the President of the Republic is provided in §§ 79-80 of the Constitution of the Republic of Estonia and it is specified in the President of the Republic Election Act. The parliament or an electoral body elects the President and the process is fully transparent http://bit.ly/2txnFKV, http://bit.ly/2t7ttLY. Estonia is enjoying a stable democracy, ranking high on international democracy rankings http://bit.ly/2uraArf, http://bit.ly/2jzYYsq.
Fake: Czech readers are outraged by the mainstream media, who blame Russia for its anti-Turkish hysteria
Selectively chosen comments expressing pro-Kremlin position, presented as general opinion of Czech and Slovak readers.
Fake: Moldovan politician Maia Sandu might grant pardon to former PM Filat who is now in jail for corruption if she is elected
Maia Sandu, who is facing pro-Russian candidate Dodon in the second round of Moldovan elections on November 13th, has made no such declaration. http://bit.ly/2fjuWsl
According to an official statement by Ukraine’s national gas company, Naftogaz stopped buying gas from Russia on November 25, 2015 because Russia offered gas prices that were not competitive. Ukraine began buying gas from European partners at a cheaper price than those offered by Russia (http://bit.ly/1VfCEVW).
Fake: Sending an OSCE military policing mission to eastern Ukraine is unrealistic considering the civilian nature of the OSCE
No one has discussed the option of a military policing mission. The Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the International Organizations in Vienna has proposed a special police mission, which is not the same as militarised police. http://bit.ly/2d1D9B7
Fake: Estonia is infringing on media freedom with the ban of Rossiya Sevodnya and that this is not the first time Estonia is breaking the rules and preventing Russian media from broadcasting in
A commercial bank in Estonia applied EU sanctions and froze the assets of Rossija Sevodnja. This legal case is based on COUNCIL REGULATION (EU) No 269/2014. The complaints follow the launch of a new Estonian-run TV channel in Russian on October 16, ETV+ which is to serve as an alternative source of Russian language news for Russian-speaking Estonians, thereby competing directly with Russia’s own, state-controlled TV channels in Estonia: http://bit.ly/1Yd5a8X Worth noting is that Estonia’s Internal Security Service KAPO noted already in its report of 2013 http://bit.ly/1HP8uTu and 2014 the problems associated with Russian state-controlled propaganda media, and described Rossiya Sevodnya in Estonia as one part of the Russian influence operations: http://bit.ly/1HjO2HF
The talks have not been met with cheers in Sweden, in fact only one Swedish politician, Allan Widman, has commented on the idea. He says the suggestion is 'adventurous' and adds that he would not endorse such a suggestion. http://bit.ly/2eKjXvp
Distortion of president Holland's speech. In fact, he said that he regrets the deterioration of relations between Russia and the European countries, not the sanctions. See http://bit.ly/2cFoMnV
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Source: Sputnik Intl
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