Moscow deputies call on Putin to resign

Moscow deputies call on Putin to resign

Moscow deputies call on Putin to resign

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< p>On Saturday, September 10, Moscow deputies demand that the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, resign. This is reported by the Russian edition of The insider.

Recently, municipal deputies from St. Petersburg also made such a call< /strong>.

According to the statement, after Putin's second term, “everything went wrong” ;:

  • GDP did not double;
  • the minimum wage has not increased;
  • smart and able-bodied people are leaving Russia;
  • no stability.

"Studies show that in countries with regular power changes, people live better on average and longer than those in which the leader leaves the post feet first. You had good reforms in the first and partly second term, but after that everything went somehow awry”, – the deputies write.

The deputies also noted that the rhetoric used by Putin and his subordinates are riddled with aggression and intolerance, because of which Russia was thrown back to the era of the Cold War, and the country began to be hated again.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga