Putin's henchmen want to dump him? The analyst saw clear signs of preparations for a change of power in Russia

Putin's henchmen want to dump him? The analyst saw clear signs of preparations for a change of power in Russia

The Russian dictator is leading the country to a political crisis, experts say signs of preparations for a change of power in Russia” />

The inner circle of the Russian president and bloody dictator Vladimir Putin expects him to step down from power and form coalitions. Meanwhile, the situation in Russian society began to spiral out of control.

About This was stated by political analyst Valery Solovey in an interview with “Khodorkovsky. Live”.

“We may be facing a very high wave, a tsunami in fact, when this all starts to get out of hand. I see that in addition to social obedience, a lot of not only discontent has accumulated in Russia, but also hatred. Including social hatred. And most importantly, there are already people with weapons. An analogy with 1917 is appropriate here,” Nightingale noted.

He added that part of the 300,000 Russian military in Ukraine will return to Russian territory with weapons and combat experience. Moreover, they will be very angry at the authorities. Nightingale noted that this situation is new for the aggressor country and it is much more serious than the mood that was in Russia after the Chechen wars.

Recently, more and more reshuffles have been taking place in the command of the Russian troops

According to the political analyst, the current government is leading the country to a political crisis and those around the Russian president are well aware of this and already begin to act.

“Patrushev, Kirienko, Mishustin, Sobyanin understand that the leader will soon have to leave. The space for competition will open – perhaps already in the fall”, Solovey suggested.

The analyst does not undertake to predict how new coalitions will fight for power, because this is a matter of technology and technology. He suggests that politicians can appeal to Russians through opinion leaders with a call to change the government. The best background for such appeals may be the lack of results of Russian troops in the war against Ukraine.