Marketing expert and former advisor to the former Serbian president Boris Tadic Nebojsa Krstic resigned as a member of the board of directors of Serbia's radio-television (RTS)
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" By the way, I resigned as a member of the board of the RTS, "wrote Krstic. Today on his Twitter account, published portal Telegraf.rs Because the reason for his resignation was mentioned, reporting to the RTS was a paramilitary camp on Zlatibor.
The reason for my resignation at the RTS board is that I am not satisfied with the reporting by the RTS about the paramilitary camp, as well as the fact that as a member of the board I do not have the right to interfere with the editorial policy of the house. can only resolve this internal conflict by resigning.
– Nebojša Krstić (@ Krle22) August 18, 2018
He added that he was a ni a new angle could participate in the media space: "So from now on as an ordinary viewer I can criticize everything I think necessary. "
The Council of the Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media has elected Krstić as a member of the RTS Board of Directors in October 2017. Krstić has strongly criticized this form of training and training because the news about the Youth Patriotic Camp in Zlatibor has been found in the media, to the model of the camps that exist in Russia, and calls him a paramilitary camp, recalls telegraph.