Russian security forces are ready to organize an attack on Putin, – ex-deputy of the State Duma Ponomarev

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 Russian security officials are ready to organize an attack on Putin, — ex-State Duma deputy Ponomarev

Oppositionists from the Russian Federation receive many signals from representatives of the Russian leadership – they are ready to help change power in the Kremlin, but demand in exchange to ensure their safety.

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Some representatives of the power structures of the Russian Federation declare their readiness to organize an attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin in order to change power in the Kremlin. Ilya Ponomarev, a former deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, stated this in an interview with Radio. NV.

The former parliamentarian of the Russian Federation spoke about the congress of Russian oppositionists in the Polish city of Yablonnaya on November 4-7, the participants of which discussed the prospects for a change of power in Russia and began to create new legislation “in order to declare the current government criminal, extradite it to an international court and begin the process of lustration.” The congress, according to the journalist of Radio. NV, was attended, in particular, by ex-deputies of the State Duma Mark Feigin and Gennady Gudkov, as well as former adviser to the President of the Russian Federation Andrei Illarionov.

“We announced (in the draft new legislation Russia – ed.) the right to secede from the Russian Federation is a direction towards denazification, demilitarization and de-imperialization of the country. In the rules of lustration, people who destroy Putin will not fall under the lustration process, regardless of what they did before, “- noted Ponomarev.

According to the Russian politician, now he and his colleagues are recording “a lot of signals” from representatives of the current government of the Russian Federation that they would like to help with regime change in Russia, but for this they want to receive “certain guarantees of personal security and understanding, what will happen after Putin is destroyed. Ponomarev noted that help in changing the leadership of the Russian Federation will be required from Russian businessmen, officials and representatives of law enforcement agencies.

“The security forces are also coming to us. They can organize an attack on Putin. This is also a real issue,” said the ex-deputy of the State Duma.

At the same time, Ponomarev expressed confidence that the idea that the Russian Federation will not be able to win the war against Ukraine is widely “spread among the Russian elites.”

“The question is, what next? They believe that all decisions are made by one person and they cannot influence it. Therefore, they need this alternative, such as a congress, where they can come to refuse support for the current regime. The main question is that this congress be recognized by Ukraine and other countries as a legitimate body with which one can deal, through which one can resolve issues of switching to the “side of good”.

British tabloid The Mirror, citing a leak According to a Kremlin intelligence document, the 70-year-old Russian president is suffering from both early-stage Parkinson's disease and pancreatic cancer, with a team of doctors keeping him under constant surveillance.