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Topic - Bek Zuhurov
"Lately the internet is becoming like a black market," Mr. Zuhurov said, adding that his department was concerned that journalists are being paid to criticize the government by parties aiming to "create chaos among the people."
In an interview with local online news service Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Mr. Zuhurov said the decision to block the websites had been made "to create order in the Internet."