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Perussuomalaisten ajatuspaja saanut tukea 120 000 euroa – näin kommentoi ”julmia otteita” sisältävää julkaisua tutkiva ministeriö

Opetus- ja kulttuuriministeriö selvittää, onko Suomen Perustan julkaisu ristiriidassa valtionavustuspäätöksen kanssa. Tiede- ja kulttuuriministeri Hanna Kosonen (kesk) kertoi keskiviikkona Twitterissä, että opetus- ja kulttuuriministeriö (OKM) tutkii perussuomalaisten ajatuspaja Suomen Perustan julkaisua ja selvittää, onko se ristiriidassa valtionavustuspäätöksen kanssa. Suomen Perusta on julkaisi maanantaina tohtori Jukka Hankamäen teoksen Totuus kiihottaa — Filosofinen tutkimus vasemmistopopulistisen valtamedian tieto- ja totuuskriisistä.
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