Russian President Vladimir Putin, who claims that, in its environment may not be people who do not believe in Russia, in fact, most do not believe in their country.
This convinced the Deputy of Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg (fraction “Apple”) Boris Vishnevsky. Opinion ahead of a vote of the Russian Parliament for amendments to the Constitution, he shared in his blog on “Echo of Moscow”, reports OBOZREVATEL.
“If he believed Russia would respect the lives, health and the will of Russian citizens. And there would be no war in Chechnya, nor the death of the hostages in Beslan, or “pension reform”, nor contemptuous rejection of direct payments to citizens during a pandemic. And would be held “parade in the time of cholera” that can “haunt” the second wave of the pandemic. Not to mention the “Russian vote” – said the Russian.
According to him, the authorities in Russia, armed with tanks and missiles, snaps in the address of near and far countries, and also “breeds enemies from former allies”, builds himself eternally besieged fortress and is friends with the “most vile dictators” of the world. At the same time, the Deputy noted, this never would have happened if the Russian leader really believed in the state that she manages.
In this case, added Wisniewski, on the streets in Russia do not beat people who stand for fair elections, not would be fabricated criminal cases against innocent, making them “terrorists” or “extremists”, and not stopped up the mouth of dissent, and television have not been taught to hate those who are “against”.
“If Putin believed in Russia – his courtiers would not be living in ostentatiously obscene luxury, receiving per day more than the average Russian for a year. The guardsmen were not given to mad nonsense about the West’s attempts to influence our “traditional values.” He wouldn’t go to the inauguration buffed to void Moscow. And citizens would not have forced with such force and cynicism to vote for the “constitutional amendments”, giving him the opportunity to edit and continue,” concluded Wisniewski.
As reported, the head of the Kremlin Vladimir Putin has declared that may will run for a new term as President, if Parliament adopts amendment to the Constitution.