Debate in the Koryukivka community: young people on the openness of the government during the war

On January 26, the Koryukivka community held a debate on the topic "Should the openness of government be limited during war?"

Senior students of two city lyceums took part in the debate. The subject of the debate was difficult, but worth paying attention to, especially during the war. Both teams tried to convey their position to the judges and spectators in a reasoned and convincing manner.

The winners were determined by the judges - the mayor of the community Ratan Akhmedov, the head of the legal department of the Koryukivka City Council Viktoriya Babych and the representative of the DOBRE Program Tetyana Romanova.

During the debate tournament, the team of students of Koryukiv Lyceum No. 2 won. The winners of the debate assured all those present that the openness of the government during the war should be within the limits of reason. After all, it is necessary to highlight the activity, but it is also worth paying attention to the fact that the enemy is monitoring our information space. 

The event took place within the framework of the Program "Decentralization brings better results and efficiency" Program DOBRE, which is carried out by the international organization Global Communities and financed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
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