The journalist who asked Poroshenko unpleasant question was fired from the site
Journalist Marina Baranovska, who asked Petro Poroshenko what it was like to be the oligarch president in a country where people barely survive, was dismissed from “Detector media”. This was told by Baranovska herself on Facebook.
“…At the end of this September, I was fired from “Detector media”. More precisely, I was unilaterally terminated the employment contract, as permitted by law, if you are the FLP (and I cooperated with this edition just as the FLP)”, — she said. According to her, since September last year, she worked at “Detector media” as an editor and journalist at “Videoteka”. “At the invitation of Natalia Ligacheva, I came to develop the updated “Videoteka” website, and in general I worked on this project for a long time — since 2010 (with a break of 2 years)”, — writes the journalist.
Baranovska notes that there were no complaints about her work until she asked Poroshenko her famous question at the end of February 2018. After that, she reports that “the attitude of the “Detector media” director towards my work and to me personally has changed radically and dramatically”.
“I’m looking for a job in the media. And so far to no avail. Perhaps one of you can help me with advice or recommendation. I would be very grateful for any help”, -the journalist summarized.
Recall, during the press conference, Baranovska asked Poroshenko what it was like to be an oligarch-president in a country where people hardly survive. The head of state apparently touched this question, as he answered it quite sharply: “I don’t want to discuss my life, but believe me, it’s not sugar. If you’re interested, I invite you. Come, please take a look… But the key position, my dear, we must change the country with you”.