Hillary Clinton asked the state Department to release emails she sent from a personal mailbox on business issues during the tenure as the U.S. Secretary of state.
Writes about this In | Unity.info with reference to Meduza.
The state Department notes that decide on publication of letters archive, which has more than 50 thousand pages, after reading them.
The reason Clinton was the publication in the New York Times, which stated that while working in the state Department she used a personal email account and not provided by the state e-mail.
The publication speculated that this practice may violate the US legislation, which obliges to store official correspondence officials. At least for 18 months after leaving Clinton as Secretary of state her correspondence was unavailable for requests under the act on disclosure of information.