Zhirinovsky proposed amending the Constitution regarding the post of president


The leader of the LDPR faction in the State Duma, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, proposed amending the Russian Constitution in order to “offload” the country's president from the excessive burden of duties. He stated this in his Telegram channel.


Now the Constitution states that the President of the Russian Federation does not have the right to fulfill his duties for more than two consecutive terms. But if there was a break between them, then he can run for the third and fourth time. Vladimir Volfovich suggested removing the word “in a row” from this wording.

In fact, Zhirinovsky in this situation will repeat the same thing that Putin himself said during a press conference. Initially, such an initiative belonged to the current president of the country. At the same time, he noted that such a decision does not need to be rushed, since it needs to be carefully considered.

In addition, Zhirinovsky believes that the president has too many responsibilities. Therefore, in order to “unload” him, he proposes to introduce the post of vice president, on whose shoulders to shift part of the presidential duties. He believes that the power functions performed by the country's leader today should be distributed between him, his deputy and the head of government. IN stories The country already had a period when the position of vice president existed in the power structure.

Earlier, Vladimir Zhirinovsky put forward an initiative to reduce the presidential term in Russia to five years.
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  1. RUSS 29 December 2019 11: 15 New
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    They are testing the soil
    1. figwam 29 December 2019 11: 19 New
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      He believes that the power functions performed by the country's leader today should be distributed between him, his deputy and the head of government.

      Well, there was a place for Lukashenko.
      1. Tatyana 29 December 2019 11: 52 New
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        Zhirinovsky would not have climbed into these matters - i.e. in appointing yourself as vice president! Old Zhirik is already for the vice president of Russia. Yes, and his little son in the United States to sunbathe on "business trips" need less.

        And I don’t even want to talk about expanding the powers of Medvedev himself in the form of assigning him part of the functions of the president of the Russian Federation! As you look at his "market" financial and economic monetarist bloc in the government of the Russian Federation with IMFoskoy policy - and it gets sick!
        1. Tatyana 29 December 2019 12: 16 New
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          In addition, Zhirinovsky believes that the president has too many responsibilities. Therefore, in order to “unload” him, he proposes to introduce the post of vice president, on whose shoulders shift part of the presidential duties. He believes that the power functions performed by the country's leader today should be distributed between him, his deputy and the head of government.

          All this is in fact and is called DUAL AUTHORITY in the country. And for a specific person! For whom exactly? That is the question! And why and to whom does it still need?

          In 1917, this dual power already led to the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia and to a civil war! Only the Bolsheviks then barely managed the country - with territorial losses (!) - to put together!
          1. Tatyana 29 December 2019 15: 10 New
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            On the question of changing the Constitution of the Russian Federation, one thing should be noted. Namely.

            In Soviet times, the study of political history mainly came down to the study of the politics of SEPARATE national states and at the state-national level between them. On the existence of the so-called so-called global existence in the world "supranational structures" of speech were usually not carried out, except for the creation and liquidation of the proletarian Cominterns. - and nothing more.
            At the same time in everyday life - i.e. at an unofficial level, there were rumors about the alleged existence in the world of the so-called "world government."

            In other words, in the very system of political education of students of the USSR in Soviet public education, the study of systems of other globalist supranational structures, except for the Cominterns, was categorically excluded - rejected. And that was wrong.
            Therefore, the uninitiated population of the USSR and the majority of the CPSU members surrendered their country and socialist system to the West and Western globalists almost without a fight.

            In this regard, when the United States - agents of the CIA - wrote their pro-American Constitution of the Russian Federation for Russia and adopted it in our country, the question arises. Whose interests in the West are globally reflected in the Constitution of the Russian Federation? And who exactly in the power of the Russian Federation represents their interests administratively colonial?

            In the struggle between themselves in the form of supranational globalist structures, the Rothschild clan (purely financial clan) and the Rockefeller clan (production and financial clan) were noticed.

            Moreover, while in Ukraine it is clear that the purely Rothschild clan reigns in Ukraine, then in the Russian Federation there is a question - which person in power is exactly what kind of American clan represents? And why the question arises of a split power of the president of the Russian Federation?

            Rothschild counterattack. Andrey Fursov. • Feb 13 2019 year
            1. Win1945 30 December 2019 08: 40 New
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              Put on the foil hat.
          2. Reptiloid 29 December 2019 19: 06 New
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            Quote: Tatiana
            ....... All this is in fact and is called DUAL AUTHORITY in the country. And for a specific person! For whom exactly? That is the question! And why and to whom does it still need?
            In 1917, this dual power already led to the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia and to a civil war! Only the Bolsheviks then barely managed the country - with territorial losses (!) - to put together!

            You already wrote something like this before, Tatyana love Your forecasts of that and look come true. Your assessment of the situation is ---- true in this way. good
        2. vladcub 29 December 2019 17: 01 New
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          Tatyana, and who told you that Zhirinovsky will be vice president? If you introduce this post, then there will be a lot of people wishing
      2. Vyacheslav Viktorovich 29 December 2019 12: 24 New
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        Quote: figvam
        Well, there was a place for Lukashenko.

        Rather, with Lukashenko, the solution to the problem of 2024 (unification - a new country - the presidential term counter is reset to zero) did not come out, the old man did not want to. Therefore, they want to make the presidential post nominal and transfer Putin to the prime ministers with full authority, but without any restrictions on the time of stay.
        1. Alexga 29 December 2019 12: 59 New
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          Does Luka need this? He understands that for the successful leadership of Russia, it is necessary first of all to create a semblance of the Gulag to restore at least some kind of justice in society, and there are already a lot of its candidates to populate.
          1. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 14: 51 New
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            Old Man will cope with this without straining.
        2. figwam 29 December 2019 15: 58 New
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          Quote: Vyacheslav Viktorovich
          Rather, with Lukashenko the solution to the problem of 2024

          Well, what kind of 2024, when a few days ago Zyuganov put forward a proposal for an early presidential election, and they prompted him from above.
        3. vladcub 29 December 2019 17: 14 New
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          Vyacheslav Viktorovich, I doubt very much that this will happen: in Minsk and Moscow, elites have already formed that are NOT INTERESTED in the association
          1. shtatsov 30 December 2019 05: 57 New
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            Elites in Minsk may have no choice! Everything seems to be sad there, and the local elites will be blown away. The people cannot over tighten the nuts!
            1. vladcub 30 December 2019 14: 15 New
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              Want to say that there will be an explosion? I doubt: we didn’t have an “explosion”, and how Belarus is different from us.
          2. Vyacheslav Viktorovich 30 December 2019 06: 20 New
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            So I wrote about this exactly - the option with unification did not come out. Therefore, they are looking for other ways to leave Putin in power, in this case, through a change in the constitution. It may not be as solemn as through unification, but it’s okay, and so it will work. But Lukashenko will remain as he was, and Belarus will remain as he was.
            1. vladcub 30 December 2019 14: 18 New
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              We will wait and see.
      3. Ros 56 29 December 2019 13: 00 New
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        Apparently you are thinking in the right direction. Time will tell, because we do not have comprehensive information.
    2. Finches 29 December 2019 11: 23 New
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      Everyone has long understood that a liberal-bourgeois system of government that is effective in the West in Russia does not really work - you need either an absolute monarch or an absolute general secretary! And all these election-mock elections are good for Luxembourg or for the United States. The Empire must have an Emperor! Bad, good - this is for historians in the future, but the Empire must have an Emperor!
      1. Svarog 29 December 2019 11: 54 New
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        Quote: Finches
        Everyone has long understood that a liberal-bourgeois system of government that is effective in the West in Russia does not really work

        All are adequate citizens .. in the government, I’m afraid they didn’t understand .. and they don’t understand, there is no goal of making a prosperous state with a social orientation, a goal of creating an “elite” that could enrich and control the slaves ..
        The Empire must have an Emperor! Bad, good - this is for historians in the future, but the Empire must have an Emperor!

        But before the empire should have a sense of existence, in today's paradigm, the empire cannot take place ..
      2. RUSS 29 December 2019 12: 16 New
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        Quote: Finches
        Everyone has long understood that a liberal-bourgeois system of government that is effective in the West in Russia does not really work - you need either an absolute monarch or an absolute general secretary! And all these election-mock elections are good for Luxembourg or for the United States. The Empire must have an Emperor! Bad, good - this is for historians in the future, but the Empire must have an Emperor!

        You throw these imperial little things, in the courtyard of the 21st century, and even more so, modern Russia does not pull the empire. Although it’s hard for you to get rid of leaderism that has been instilled in us for a hundred years, but it is necessary.
        1. Finches 29 December 2019 12: 39 New
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          Why a hundred? We have been living under liberal bourgeois democracy for only 28 years - do you like it? Not for me! I was better with the leaders! You know more comfortable ...
          1. RUSS 29 December 2019 12: 43 New
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            Quote: Finches
            Why a hundred

            Right after 1917
          2. RUSS 29 December 2019 12: 44 New
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            Quote: Finches
            I was better with the leaders! You know more comfortable ...

            You live in the past, it’s normal at your age
            1. Finches 29 December 2019 12: 51 New
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              Are you a young pink-cheeked male - the whole world through the prism of a gadget? laughing
              1. RUSS 29 December 2019 13: 14 New
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                Quote: Finches
                And you are a young, pink-cheeked male -

                I already have children far from rosy cheeks.
                Quote: Finches
                the whole world through the prism of a gadget?

                Thanks to the "bourgeois" gadgets and the Internet, we have the opportunity to communicate here.
                1. Finches 29 December 2019 15: 53 New
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                  I tell students about this, starting with the idea that Popov came up with our radio, and in the West of Marconi, we have the theorem of converting an analog signal to digital is called the Kotelnikov theorem, but in the West they write it as Nyquist-Shannon ... Kotelnikov came to the figure at the beginning 30s, by the way. And we invented a mobile phone 10 years earlier than the Americans ... And here you are there too - "bourgeois", "bourgeois" ....- patented and mass-launched for sale! No more! But we got a concrete lag with the collapse of the USSR and now we will never do our part in the single economic space of capitalism for one simple reason - it is economically unprofitable! It's easier to buy a patent than investing in science! But Stalin understood this, therefore enormous means went into science ... That is why a master-statesman is needed - because Russia's historical role is to be an Empire! Red, green ...- not so important! In the meantime, we are an ordinary market for cheap labor and rich hydrocarbon deposits, etc. All our ambitions are a glorious past, and in the modern world we are nobody and there is no way to call us! And this will continue until the people understand the obvious thing - they reckon with Russia only when it is the Empire!
                  1. RUSS 29 December 2019 16: 47 New
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                    Quote: Finches
                    All our ambitions are a glorious past, and in the modern world we are nobody and there is no way to call us!

                    Exceptionally so!
                  2. vladcub 29 December 2019 17: 24 New
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                    I agree with you: in Russia without the Emperor, and what is his name is not important
                  3. Win1945 30 December 2019 08: 43 New
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                    you need a tsar and not a “master-statesman” to do everything for you.
                    1. Finches 30 December 2019 19: 09 New
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                      Many kings did something for the people - they already worked hard, poor fellow! laughing

                      The Emperor, Tsar, General Secretary is the sacred core of Russian statehood !!!
          3. AU Ivanov. 29 December 2019 13: 47 New
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            The leader needs a herd. Unfortunately, we do not have bourgeois democracy. Our wild capitalism has nothing to do with bourgeois democracy. Although he is better than the era of leaders.
            1. New Year day 29 December 2019 15: 29 New
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              Quote: AU Ivanov.
              The leader needs a herd.

              don't be afraid that it will turn out so ...
              1. AU Ivanov. 29 December 2019 16: 34 New
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                And so it happened in 1991.
      3. New Year day 29 December 2019 12: 30 New
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        Quote: Finches
        Bad, good - this is for historians in the future, but the Empire must have an Emperor!

        Nicholas II is a bad emperor, with him the collapse of the Russian Empire. He paid for it with his life and the life of his family. And how many died in the Grazhdun war?
        We always hope for the best, but often our desires do not coincide with the realities that have arisen. Therefore, “bad or good” we will quickly feel in our own skin.
        That's just nothing can be changed
        1. Finches 29 December 2019 12: 39 New
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          So what is the difference - if there is no difference? laughing
          1. New Year day 29 December 2019 15: 21 New
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            Quote: Finches
            So what is the difference - if there is no difference?

            the difference is exactly in your proposal ...
            Quote: Finches
            The Empire must have an Emperor!

            you offer no alternative hi
            I want to. so that everything is the choice and the real one. And then we will survive, children and grandchildren live, from the death of one leader to the death of his successor, while the country is shaking and it is losing something
    3. Siberia 75 29 December 2019 11: 25 New
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      No need to write about Zhirinovsky in VO. This is a little bit embarrassing. Then what, Buzova’s tweets will begin to discuss.
      1. Ingvar 72 29 December 2019 11: 41 New
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        Quote: Siberia 75
        No need to write about Zhirinovsky in VO.

        I agree, the populist is cheap. He says everything is correct, but in the Duma he votes in a completely different way.
      2. New Year day 29 December 2019 12: 31 New
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        Quote: Siberia 75
        No need to write about Zhirinovsky in VO.

        It's not about Zhirinovsky. but in what he says. In a way, he is the mouthpiece through which the plans and ideas of some gentlemen are proclaimed.
      3. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 14: 54 New
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        What is this "no need"? Zhirika has been using a weather vane for 20 years. Any of his statements on important topics begins in the Presidential Administration. Then the SJ will say that it’s time to change the Constitution, then they will announce to us that there is a consensus in society, then the State Duma will quickly approve. Nobody will ask the people, the people in our country are not subjective to resolve such issues.
        1. Siberia 75 29 December 2019 15: 38 New
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          Quote: Robertocalos
          no one will ask the people, the people in our country are not subjective to resolve such issues.

          The people are not "subjective" anywhere, as you put it, because sir is subject to influence and is massively unstable.
          I would not want the people whom I know, neighbors, colleagues, acquaintances, to have an influence on decision-making at the level of the "State"
          PS Even the overwhelming majority of VO visitors should in no case be allowed to resolve issues above the location "courtyard-micro district" (including me) yes
          1. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 16: 14 New
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            There is a grain of sanity. But decisions need to be made and done with responsibility. Then 4 levels of deputies should be - district - city - region - federation. Each consists of members of previous levels. And the electoral college of the president of the most respected people is proportional to the population of the subjects.
          2. WIKI 29 December 2019 16: 26 New
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            Quote: Siberia 75
            The people are not "subjective" anywhere, as you put it, because sir is subject to influence and is massively unstable.
            I would not want the people whom I know, neighbors, colleagues, acquaintances, to have an influence on decision-making at the level of the "State"

            You do not find that “grayness”, “not cleverness” and susceptibility to influence, is the merit of this particular state.
            1. Siberia 75 29 December 2019 16: 38 New
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              Quote: WIKI
              that “grayness”, “not cleverness” and susceptibility to influence, is the merit of this particular state.

              Do you think that in other countries it is different? In Ukraine, the USA, the Baltic states, etc.
              1. WIKI 29 December 2019 18: 54 New
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                If we consider “grayness” in the category of people's understanding of political and social processes within the country, then the merit of our state propaganda is undeniable in this. Coverage of only certain topics with certain experts leads to the appearance of "one-sided" and "gray" people who receive information in this form. In the US there is no such one-sided approach to informing citizens about the internal life of the country.
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      1. Alexy 29 December 2019 12: 18 New
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        No, I'm the son of a lawyer
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    5. knn54 29 December 2019 12: 42 New
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      Nothing “personal” —provides to “offload” the President, since now the President of Russia has a “huge burden of responsibilities”.
      Personally, I have a negative opinion of Yeltsin and Rutskoi. There is no need to talk about the countries of Africa and Latin America - the coups were often followed by the second who wanted to be the first.
      Yes, and in the United States. Replacing Roosevelt and Kennedy, dramatically changed their policies.
      1. Aerodrome 29 December 2019 18: 59 New
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        the term is needed ONE, and concrete.
        1. Ingvar 72 29 December 2019 21: 07 New
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          But the impeachment tool needs to be simplified. And not any immunity after the reign. Nakosyachil at the helm - answer.
          1. shtatsov 30 December 2019 06: 05 New
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            Hunchback answered! If something, fuck you pull it from abroad! Our elites made alternate airfields abroad.
      2. vladcub 30 December 2019 14: 26 New
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        In principle, it is true: every “vice” wants to drop the prefix and become president. Law of nature
  2. Observer2014 29 December 2019 11: 16 New
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    Zhirinovsky proposed amendments to the Constitution regarding the post of president
    laughing Well done. I worked out my loot. negative
    The artist played his role to the end. He pulled himself to himself at the right time for Yeltsin’s elections.
    1. WIKI 29 December 2019 11: 37 New
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      Quote: Observer2014
      The artist played his part to the end.

      As long as our electoral system is in a state that allows such artists, and not artists, to be in power indefinitely, the constitution cannot be touched. Because, as they will always change it only in their own interests.
      1. Nikolay87 29 December 2019 11: 46 New
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        Quote: WIKI
        Quote: Observer2014
        The artist played his part to the end.

        As long as our electoral system is in a state that allows such artists, and not artists, to be in power indefinitely, the constitution cannot be touched. Because, as they will always change it only in their own interests.

        Well said.
        1. Snail N9 29 December 2019 11: 52 New
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          Getting ready .... Look, and the "family" stirred - the "main contracting" Mr. Voloshin climbed out of the shadows ....
      2. AU Ivanov. 29 December 2019 13: 49 New
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        Not the electoral system, but civil society. As long as there is no civil society in the country, there will always be artists in power.
        1. WIKI 29 December 2019 14: 30 New
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          The creation of civil society involves a longer process. And bringing the electoral system to an adequate state will take a much shorter period of time, and will have a great impact on the formation of civil society. First, introduce a criminal penalty for falsifying election results. Bring to a logical conclusion the use of video of the electoral process, providing the opportunity to present it in the courts. It is so easy to do if there is political will.
          1. AU Ivanov. 29 December 2019 14: 43 New
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            Who will introduce the penalty for falsification? Good uncle is a fairy-tale character. As long as power, at least locally, is not controlled by society, any law will not be in favor of society.
            1. WIKI 29 December 2019 15: 23 New
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              Quote: AU Ivanov.
              Who will introduce the penalty for falsification?

              Courts An example of Golunov showed that power can bend under the influence of protests. It is also possible to influence the courts, which are currently manual. In order to control the government, it is necessary to tidy up the electoral system so that there is the possibility of the emergence of an effective opposition, rather than a pocket one. People do not go to the polls not because they are satisfied with the power, but because they do not believe in the fairness of the elections.
              1. vladcub 30 December 2019 14: 31 New
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                I have been talking about this for a long time: we NEED A ADEQUATE OPPOSITION LEADER
            2. New Year day 29 December 2019 15: 47 New
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              Quote: AU Ivanov.
              Who will introduce the penalty for falsification?

              actually there is an article for this, that's just what the police are excited for, and if it doesn't, then ....
              Quote: AU Ivanov.
              While power, at least locally, is not controlled by society

              the fact of the matter is that this is a nightmare for power
      3. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 14: 56 New
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        Our election system is excellent. Only it does not work. Like the main state institutions.
        1. DNS-a42 29 December 2019 16: 37 New
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          Everything is working. Bourgeois elections and institutions perfectly defend the interests of the oligarchs. For this they exist.
      4. Aerodrome 29 December 2019 19: 01 New
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        Quote: WIKI
        the constitution cannot be touched.

        those. written under the dictation of the State Department, correct.
        1. WIKI 29 December 2019 19: 39 New
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          I believe that while in a one-party system, the constitution cannot be changed.
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      1. Observer2014 29 December 2019 15: 41 New
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        Quote: Pied Piper
        Quote: Observer2014
        The artist played his role to the end. He pulled himself to himself at the right time for Yeltsin’s election


        Here I agree with you completely! hi It is convenient for any government in Russia ..

        Forgive me if that. hi Hamlo is still there. With the coming.
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      Quote: Observer2014
      Well done. I worked out my loot.

      not only loot, but also caressed by any power


      I bow my head obediently
      before you, you are our Creator!
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        1. Aerodrome 29 December 2019 19: 03 New
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          Quote: Observer2014
          Meehan. It doesn't look like you at all.

          well .. because it’s not a mihan ...
  3. Alexga 29 December 2019 11: 22 New
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    It’s strange. And if the head of state successfully fulfills his duties, why change him? A new one will come, he needs time in order to learn how to work successfully successfully. In my opinion, this is a simple copy of Western jokes.
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      1. Alexga 29 December 2019 11: 33 New
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        And here is Putin? It can be Petrov, Ivanov, Sidorov. Question of a principled approach. Do not forget that the power of the Republic of Ingushetia and the USSR was under authoritative rulers.
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        2. WIKI 29 December 2019 11: 49 New
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          And here is Putin?

          Putin, he’s not on the set himself. Around him, and with his support, an "elite" was formed, elevated to the rank of not being touched and not controlled by society. Given these facts, she will always try to “clone” the previous leader.
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          Quote: AlexGa
          And here is Putin? It can be Petrov, Ivanov, Sidorov.

          with the existing system of elections and the "independence" of the CEC - do not flatter yourself
      2. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 11: 51 New
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        Yeah. Strange. You need to clone Putin!


        No one needs to be cloned, but to cancel the time limit is NECESSARY. The president is a temporary worker (maximum 2 terms) - this will turn into a disaster, it makes any person dependent on the oligarchs under such conditions, and that is why we were advised and inspired in the Constitution by suggesting to people that otherwise the president will usurp power.

        In Germany, Merkel has 4 terms in power, Roosevelt has been in power in the USA for 4 terms, and these are real leaders of the country who can rely on popular support to pursue their political course like Putin, and in Ukraine every time the new president helps him a lot? !

        And if the president leaves after 2 terms and at the same time greatly annoys the oligarch, then this will turn into a bunch of accusations of corruption for him, etc. after he leaves office, and the new president will be obedient to the oligarchs like a faithful dog.

        Russia does not need such a path. Limitations of 2 terms must be lifted and the faster the better !!!
        1. Observer2014 29 December 2019 11: 56 New
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          Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
          Yeah. Strange. You need to clone Putin!


          No one needs to be cloned, but to cancel the time limit is NECESSARY. The president is a temporary worker (maximum 2 terms) - this will turn into a disaster, it makes any person dependent on the oligarchs under such conditions, and that is why we were advised and inspired in the Constitution by suggesting to people that otherwise the president will usurp power.

          In Germany, Merkel has 4 terms in power, Roosevelt has been in power in the USA for 4 terms, and these are real leaders of the country who can rely on popular support to pursue their political course like Putin, and in Ukraine every time the new president helps him a lot? !

          And if the president leaves after 2 terms and at the same time greatly annoys the oligarch, then this will turn into a bunch of accusations of corruption for him, etc. after he leaves office, and the new president will be obedient to the oligarchs like a faithful dog.

          Russia does not need such a path. Limitations of 2 terms must be lifted and the faster the better !!!

          laughing fool Yeah. We’ll introduce a caste system for Russia. laughing World experience zhezh.Vremyashchiki-Ha ha ha! laughing In frames. What are we building? What kind of society? Do we have our own path of development or global? bully
          1. Alexga 29 December 2019 12: 05 New
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            And here is a question for the Constitution, where there is a ban on ideology. Therefore, no one knows what to build.
          2. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 12: 32 New
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            laughing fool Yeah. We’ll introduce a caste system for Russia. Why should there be little things laughing World experience zhezh. Temporary workers-Ha ha ha! laughing In shots. What are we building? What kind of society? Do we have our own path of development or global? bully


            No need to drag that which is not.

            We are building democracy in Russia, and democracy is the power of the people !!!

            And if so, then the people themselves must decide in the elections to leave the old president or stay !!!

            You do not confuse the abolition of time limits with the abolition of ELECTIONS in the country.
            1. Antidote 29 December 2019 13: 46 New
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              But did they want time, open, fair elections? With whom I communicate in the country, everyone scolds Putin, but 3/4 "voted". Where are they in reality? And so at all levels of elections - whoever has power, he "wins."
              1. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 15: 00 New
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                Presidential - no, never. Deputies, governors and mayors - were chosen relatively honestly and very competitively. There were 2-3 strong candidates. Until 2004 He himself worked in headquarters, until the last result they did not know. Now - a complete imitation with pre-approved lists from and to. Sometimes it crashes, but this is rare.
                1. New Year day 29 December 2019 15: 44 New
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                  Quote: Robertocalos
                  Deputies, governors and mayors - were chosen relatively honestly and very competitively. There were 2-3 strong candidates. Until 2004

                  in those years he was an observer in the election of the governor of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug. We were brought by plane from Moscow, fed and watered for slaughter, but they asked one thing: "do not let the election be rigged, everything should be fair." From 7-00 to 2 nights we were inseparably at the correctional facility, we controlled the entire process. I still don’t know who brought us a whole plane of observers from Moscow?
                  1. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 15: 51 New
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                    One of the candidates is obvious)
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                      One of the candidates is obvious)

                      this is obvious, but I don’t know the name and its result in the elections
        2. RUSS 29 December 2019 12: 20 New
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          Russia does not need such a path. Limitations of 2 terms must be lifted and the faster the better !!!

          And make a lifetime post?)))
        3. Good_Anonymous 29 December 2019 14: 42 New
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          Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
          Merkel has 4 terms in power in Germany; Roosevelt has been in power in the USA 4 terms


          After Roosevelt, the American Constitution was amended to limit the number of presidential terms per person. In Germany, parliamentary democracy.
      3. Svarog 29 December 2019 11: 56 New
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        Quote: Observer2014
        What are we building? What kind of society?

        The problem is that they are not building anything, but they have put a device on society .. If they were building, they could already see the result ..
        1. Piramidon 29 December 2019 12: 20 New
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          If they were building, then they could already see the result ..

          I lived in the dashing 90s and can compare. There are results.
          1. shura7782 29 December 2019 15: 45 New
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            There are results.

            And you do not think that this result could be not so, but much better. Maybe 19 years is the age of a young man, all the leaps and breakthroughs ahead. )))
            1. Piramidon 29 December 2019 17: 24 New
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              And you do not think that this result could be not so, but much better

              Could, with a different state structure. But is there any result? Something is being done in a positive sense. Perestroika and the Boriskino reign in general killed everything without any hope for the best ..
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                Quote: Piramidon
                and Boriskino’s reign killed everything without hope
                We can agree with this. because it is known by comparison.
                Something ...
                Stepan, the main claim to GDP, from my point of view, this "WHAT" is no longer enough. In the beloved China (this is about GDP), any student knows that our economy is extremely inefficient. Therefore your fair phrase
                in general, everything killed without any hope for the best ..
                Now relevant too.
                Question. How to make the top work so effectively that the feelings of the local URA patriots do not offend?
    2. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 11: 45 New
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      It’s strange. And if the head of state successfully fulfills his duties, why change him? A new one will come, he needs time in order to learn how to work successfully successfully. In my opinion, this is a simple copy of Western jokes.


      I agree with you on 100%.

      Nobody cancels the election. The people should decide once every 6 years to extend the powers of the president or not, and not automatically refuse good for the sake of someone deciding that the presidents should be changed regularly.

      No one at any enterprise or production dismisses a good leader, engineer or skilled worker just because he has worked in this position for 10 years. Such people are valued, because it is very difficult to find replacements for them.

      And the main person in the country - the president, we want to dismiss in fact only because he has already worked and let another try. The West imposed this norm on us as a time limit and we are still defending it.
      1. Alexga 29 December 2019 11: 53 New
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        I absolutely agree with you!
      2. Alexga 29 December 2019 12: 07 New
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        I’ll add, it’s like in the army when they proclaimed that the officer should grow. And he is capable of more, no one understood. Such things have been done!
  4. Ryaruav 29 December 2019 11: 22 New
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    who cares? under capitalism, whoever you choose is a stooge of the oligarchy and only very naive people think that the system can be changed through elections, look at historical examples, only the revolution, as if we wouldn’t want it without a fight, money bags will never give up power
    1. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 11: 40 New
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      under capitalism, whoever you choose is a protege of the oligarchy


      Putin whose protege? Khodorkovsky or Berezovsky? Where are these oligarchs now?
      1. Ingvar 72 29 December 2019 11: 50 New
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        Where are these oligarchs now?

        Aven, Friedman, Vekselberg, Potanin, Rotenberg.
        1. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 12: 08 New
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          Aven, Friedman, Vekselberg, Potanin, Rotenberg.


          Are these people oligarchs?

          The oligarch is the one who influences politics in the country, so Khodorkovsky and Berezovsky tried and they are not in the country.

          And those whom you listed are just rich people and they already became rich before Putin. The same Rotenberg has been working with Gazprom subsidiaries since 1992, and Putin did nothing to help him with this, like everyone else.

          But the Rotenbergs rescued Putin with the same Crimean bridge, otherwise it would now stand as North 2 or South Stream unfinished, because the US is threatening sanctions. And so Rotenberg took the project and took a bunch of contractors across the country and did !!! Yes, it’s not kosher without a tender for a direct one, either with the Zenith stadium and the Vostochny cosmodrome, where a lot of money has already been stolen on these long-term construction projects and a lot of people have been planted, but then THE BRIDGE IS READY !!!

          Or what, someone else was eager to build a bridge to the Crimea? Sberbank, led by the pseudo-liberal and "wise guy" Gref, so there he is even afraid to open a bank branch.

          Do you need people like Gref in power? Who will lick the boots and boots of the Western masters ?! I don’t, I need someone like Putin.
          1. Ingvar 72 29 December 2019 12: 13 New
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            I don’t, I need someone like Putin.

            I need people like Grudinin, Platoshkin, Kvachkov, Sirelkov, etc. People who see and understand that a strong economy determines the greatness of a country, not gas and oil pipelines in all directions.
            1. RUSS 29 December 2019 12: 25 New
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              Quote: Ingvar 72
              I need people like Grudinin,

              Businessman and marketer.
              Quote: Ingvar 72
              Platoshkin

              Two-faced balabol, on TV for Putin, he is tearing his shirt on himself, but on the Internet he’s hateful.
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              Kvachkov,

              Fucker, convict.
              Quote: Ingvar 72
              Sirelkov

              Khokhlov sold, surrendered Slavyansk, now rolled down to the marginal
              1. Ingvar 72 29 December 2019 12: 27 New
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                Is Putin our everything? belay For the rest, I would like to have evidence.
              2. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 12: 30 New
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                In general, I agree, only in vain are you talking about Strelkov.

                He would not have kept Slovyansk, and this is a fact, the forces are not very equal, but if he died there, it would become a demoralizing factor for the entire militia and would have encouraged the punitive forces from the Armed Forces, which would lead to the complete defeat of the militia.

                As they say, everyone imagines himself a strategist, seeing the battle from the side.

                Strelkov is a good commander, but he has no political experience, and now he has completely retired.
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                  Strelkov is a good commander, but he has no political experience, and now he has completely retired.

                  Watch it on YouTube.
            2. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 12: 26 New
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              I need people like Grudinin, Platoshkin, Kvachkov, Sirelkov, etc. People,


              Grudinin?

              This is the one who deceived the collective farmers with shares during the privatization and appropriated more than 40% of the collective farm from 2000 hectares in Moscow and now receives the lion's share of the income from leasing this land to such shopping centers as Vegas and another 10 similar, but smaller. At the same time, he pretends to be the leader of a successful collective farm, saying that he made a fortune on strawberries and teaches the rest how agriculture should be developed.
              And Gruzinin has so much money that he forgets how much and what accounts he has in foreign banks and brazenly lies to his voters? How can you forget that you have not 1, but 11 accounts in currency and gold and this is only in one bank.

              Platoshkin?

              The populist often speaks beautifully, only he lacks competence and professionalism, and maybe he just lies intentionally.

              Beluga roared that Russia sells electricity to China cheaper than to the public. If he was a competent person, he would understand that firstly they sell to China at a wholesale price and in large volumes, and this is the price at the border, when electricity reaches Chinese consumers, part of it due to physical reasons (due to distance) will be lost, in addition so that electricity reaches the consumer, a lot of substations with a staff of people work on this, and for this reason, the retail price is always higher than the wholesale price.

              Kvachkov?

              Kvachkov and his associates planned to seize weapons in several military units, and then arrange a campaign against Moscow, the aim of which was to seize power.

              Do you want to see how tanks shoot at the parliament in the country again ?!


              Shooters?

              Good colonel. Only now the leader of the country does not pull.
              1. Astra wild 29 December 2019 15: 00 New
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                Ratmir, are you all bad, but is there anyone good?
        2. AU Ivanov. 29 December 2019 13: 54 New
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          Quite the opposite. If not for Putin, then neither Rotenberg, nor Timchenko, nor Vekselberg would ever have become oligarchs. But the destruction of seven-bankers is Putin’s merit.
          1. New Year day 29 December 2019 15: 48 New
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            Quote: AU Ivanov.
            But the destruction of seven-bankers is Putin’s merit.

            to...
            Quote: AU Ivanov.
            Rotenbergs, Timchenko, Vekselberg became oligarchs.
            1. AU Ivanov. 29 December 2019 16: 29 New
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              And who else can you rely on? Only to the one who owes you everything that you yourself have done.
              1. New Year day 29 December 2019 16: 38 New
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                And who else can you rely on? Only to the one who owes you everything that you yourself have done.

                a new king will come and this cycle will be repeated.
                1. AU Ivanov. 29 December 2019 16: 45 New
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                  By itself. That was the case under any authority: the leader surrounded himself with his people.
                  1. New Year day 29 December 2019 16: 51 New
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                    Quote: AU Ivanov.
                    By itself. That was the case under any authority: the leader surrounded himself with his people.

                    so what then
                    Quote: AU Ivanov.
                    ... Putin’s merit.

                    at...
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                    ... the destruction of seven-bankers
                    ?
                    After all, I tried for myself and for friends
  5. rotmistr60 29 December 2019 11: 29 New
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    Vladimir Volfovich proposed to remove the word “in a row” from this wording
    The practice of Vladimir Volfovich, worked out over the years, is a harsh criticism of everyone and everything on TV, in fact, with two hands for what the president has expressed. And, characteristically, this works great for Zhirinovsky.
  6. parusnik 29 December 2019 11: 32 New
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    If Zhirik proposes, therefore, the reform will be ... He usually type from the opposition voices the desire for power ...
  7. vmo
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    at the same time send to retire Zhirinovsky, as a country's burden.
  8. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 11: 39 New
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    Nonsense and stupidity !!!

    It is necessary to remove the word - "limitation of presidential powers by 2 terms" !!!

    I explain why:

    1. The president, who can be elected for 2 terms, understands that he will quit anyway, that is, he is a temporary worker, and when he is deprived of power and its protection, financial tycoons can punish him simply by provoking a bunch of false accusations and therefore it makes him dependent from oligarchs (as in the USA). There, by the way, precisely after Roosevelt (the people's president), these restrictions were introduced.

    And the dependent president from the oligarchs, especially in Russia, will lead us to a new collapse and a new civil war.

    Based on the support of the people (like Roosevelt), the president can safely pursue his policy, implement projects not for the sake of rating and popularity, but for the sake of a positive effect in 10 or even 20 years, even if this is not immediately obvious.

    2. The choice of the people should not be limited either by the Constitution of the Russian Federation or by anything or by anyone else, no one will usurp the power (Merkel has 4 terms in power, Putin has 4 terms in power for 200 years) the elections remain and the people decide to extend the powers of the country's leader or not - this is a full-fledged democracy.

    Well, no one in their right mind expels a talented leader or just an engineer or a skilled worker from the enterprise only because he has worked on it for 8 years. So why should we take another president on whom not the fate of the plant but the whole country depends, if the old suits us ?!
    1. skif8013 29 December 2019 11: 50 New
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      Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
      Nonsense and stupidity !!!

      It is necessary to remove the word - "limitation of presidential powers by 2 terms" !!!

      I explain why:

      1. The president, who can be elected for 2 terms, understands that he will quit anyway, that is, he is a temporary worker, and when he is deprived of power and its protection, financial tycoons can punish him simply by provoking a bunch of false accusations and therefore it makes him dependent from oligarchs (as in the USA). There, by the way, precisely after Roosevelt (the people's president), these restrictions were introduced.

      And the dependent president from the oligarchs, especially in Russia, will lead us to a new collapse and a new civil war.

      Based on the support of the people (like Roosevelt), the president can safely pursue his policy, implement projects not for the sake of rating and popularity, but for the sake of a positive effect in 10 or even 20 years, even if this is not immediately obvious.

      2. The choice of the people should not be limited either by the Constitution of the Russian Federation or by anything or by anyone else, no one will usurp the power (Merkel has 4 terms in power, Putin has 4 terms in power for 200 years) the elections remain and the people decide to extend the powers of the country's leader or not - this is a full-fledged democracy.

      Well, no one in their right mind expels a talented leader or just an engineer or a skilled worker from the enterprise only because he has worked on it for 8 years. So why should we take another president on whom not the fate of the plant but the whole country depends, if the old suits us ?!

      I totally agree with you. I do not know a single leader, ruler or monarch who in a short time could achieve significant things for the country. If something was done, then at least it is not fast. Any president needs time to carry out his reforms. And if every 6 years we change the sovereign, we will get porridge in all sectors.
      1. Ingvar 72 29 December 2019 12: 24 New
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        then we get porridge in all sectors.

        And now what? belay It’s not even porridge, it’s a vanity fair and absurdity! It was under Putin that the head of Roscosmos receives a salary many times higher than the head of NASA. It was under Putin that Serdyukov exchanges one chair for another, and does not sit in prison. He must be dismissed with disgrace, and not be transferred to another department with a raise. It’s better to keep silent about Chubais; for 10 years now he must rot at the landfill for state criminals. And that's all under Putin.
        Further, lovers of singing praises to Putin, they say thousands of factories and factories are open - make up two columns on a piece of paper, write down the number of factories with jobs, in the number of closed ones, also with jobs. For without comparison, all your praises are nothing more than vile manipulation.
      2. RUSS 29 December 2019 12: 28 New
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        . Any president needs time to carry out his reforms. And if every 6 years we change the sovereign, we will get porridge in all sectors.

        Putin has been in power for 20 years, so what?
        He carried out the reforms — pension, trash, tax, etc. How much reform does he need to still skin the population?
        1. skif8013 29 December 2019 14: 34 New
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          Quote: RUSS
          Quote: skif8013
          . Any president needs time to carry out his reforms. And if every 6 years we change the sovereign, we will get porridge in all sectors.

          Putin has been in power for 20 years, so what?
          He carried out the reforms — pension, trash, tax, etc. How much reform does he need to still skin the population?

          90s remember and compare. The whining and murmuring of the people in all ages will be. But not everyone dares to take a sober look from the side. Again, I do not praise Putin, but he saved our country and at least deserves respect for it! Personally, I am not particularly pleased with life as it is now, but I am afraid to imagine in a nightmare that it would be if Boriska had not left then! And for those who are not satisfied, I can say, compare the army to 2000 and today's, compare what Russia can now. Forgot how Yugoslavia was ironed, and we were silent in a rag? !!! Now this number will not work !!!
      3. Antidote 29 December 2019 13: 54 New
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        Why are you trying to personify power? First of all, there should be a working system, regardless of the name of the leader, and when everything is based on personal agreements, then there is nothing good in this. Fell down the stairs and everything crumbled.
      4. New Year day 29 December 2019 15: 55 New
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        Quote: skif8013
        I do not know a single leader, ruler or monarch who in a short time could achieve significant things for the country. If something was done, then at least it is not fast. Any president needs time to carry out his reforms.

        name at least one US president, prime minister of Japan, South Korea, who would rule for so many years? They are changing in terms of time and countries are developing.
        In China, the President of the PRC cannot be in power for more than 2 terms of 5 years. And what, China in the swamp?
        1. Win1945 30 December 2019 08: 54 New
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        2. Sergej1972 30 December 2019 12: 24 New
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          In the PRC, if you are not in the know, restrictions on occupation of terms by the Secretary General of the CPC Central Committee and the Chairman of the PRC are lifted at the initiative of Xi. In recent decades, they have had the practice of combining the posts of the Secretary General of the CPC Central Committee and the Chairman of the PRC. But by themselves, the powers of the President of the PRC are very modest. He has real power precisely because he is also the Secretary General of the CPC Central Committee. At the level of provinces, autonomous regions and large cities there is no such combination, there is another scheme most often (not always): city measures, the provincial governor is the deputy secretary of the CPC committee of the city or province.
    2. Astra wild 29 December 2019 14: 50 New
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      Ratmir, actually F. Roosevelt was the glorification of big capital, as they told us at school, but the people and the oligarchs are not the same
    3. Good_Anonymous 29 December 2019 14: 57 New
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      And the dependent president from the oligarchs, especially in Russia, will lead us to a new collapse and a new civil war.


      Who will fight with whom in this civil war?

      Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
      Well, no one in their right mind expels a talented leader or just an engineer or a skilled worker from the enterprise only because he has worked on it for 8 years.


      No one in their right mind would equate a "talented leader" with the president.
    4. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 16: 00 New
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      Take a look at the major auto concerns. Even for 10 years, CEOs rarely linger. But the concern is almost a state. With hundreds of thousands of employees worldwide. A good person is not a profession. The director announced plans for a five-year period with numbers. Executed - the contract was extended. No goodbye. In such a scenario, Putin would have long been calculated. Carlos Ghosn, who created the largest Renault Nissan and brought billions in profits, is now in prison, because he spent some miserable couple of millions on his comfort and reported crookedly for them. This is called the word responsibility.
  9. Thrifty 29 December 2019 11: 40 New
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    In general, the post of president needs to be removed — the king should be chosen for life! To legitimize de jure, what is happening in the country de facto! !!
    1. Igor Pa 29 December 2019 11: 49 New
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      Yes! Zhirik already proposed this several years ago! )
    2. Ratmir_Ryazan 29 December 2019 12: 11 New
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      In general, the post of president needs to be removed — the king should be chosen for life! To legitimize de jure, what is happening in the country de facto! !!


      Do not be stupid !!! There is no talk that the president works in advance until death, as ELECTIONS every 6 years !!! It will be better new - we choose a new one, the old one is satisfied - we leave it.

      In Germany there is no time limit for the Chancellor, well, something no one there introduces the king’s position and does not shout that Merkel has built a new Reich and usurped power.
      1. Good_Anonymous 29 December 2019 15: 05 New
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        In Germany, there is no time limit for the Chancellor


        In Germany, the proclamation republic and parliament may dismiss the chancellor. It is impossible to dismiss the president.
        1. Sergej1972 30 December 2019 12: 31 New
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          According to lawyers, Germany is not a typical parliamentary republic. It is sometimes called a semi-parliamentary republic. Unlike, for example, Italy, they do not have a government as a collegial body. The chancellor bears sole responsibility to the Bundestag. The Chancellor’s Bundestag to resign is much harder than to elect (with subsequent formal appointment as President of the Federal Republic of Germany). It is all about having an institution of a constructive vote of no confidence. Over the 70 years of its existence, the Federal Republic of Germany managed to announce a vote of no confidence in just one chancellor, Helmut Schmidt. And all because the junior coalition partners from the FDP went over to the CDU / CSU side. The chancellor’s power is most often limited by the need to create a coalition of party representatives who hold different positions on many issues.
      2. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 16: 03 New
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        In what elections did Putin have a real competitor to even theoretically allow equal chances? There is no election in the country for a long time. There is a "type of approval" according to a predetermined scenario, including figures, so that the authorities in the Russian Federation do not perceive the dictatorship beyond the hill.
    3. New Year day 29 December 2019 12: 25 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      In general, the post of president needs to be removed — the king should be chosen for life! To legitimize de jure, what is happening in the country de facto! !!

      how will your proposal sound when Medvedev is moved to the post of tsar?

      But such an option is very possible!
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      In general, the post of president needs to be removed — the king should be chosen for life! To legitimize de jure, what is happening in the country de facto! !!

      Can you go to the DPRK?
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      Constitutional monarchy is a very real scheme. Many developed countries live in it. But the power of kings is minimal there.
      1. RUSS 29 December 2019 16: 56 New
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        Constitutional monarchy is a very real scheme. Many developed countries live in it. But the power of kings is minimal there.

        Local cheers-patriots offer an option with the "absolute monarchy"
  10. New Year day 29 December 2019 12: 23 New
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    It’s strange. that Putin was the first to speak about the word "in a row." Usually Zhirinovsky is the first to “put forward” ideas that for some reason are being implemented
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      It’s strange. that Putin was the first to speak about the word "in a row."

      Apparently because after such a change in the constitution, the counter will reset to zero ... and there will be an opportunity to add another 2 by this time.
  11. Metlik 29 December 2019 13: 12 New
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    Whatever changes to the constitution are proposed, they must be submitted to a national referendum, otherwise each king, having appointed a pocket parliament, will mock her as she wants.
    1. Astra wild 29 December 2019 14: 42 New
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      I agree that no one would have questions about the legitimacy of power, all changes and the Constitution should be carried out through a referendum
      Quote: Silvestr
      Quote: Thrifty
      In general, the post of president needs to be removed — the king should be chosen for life! To legitimize de jure, what is happening in the country de facto! !!

      how will your proposal sound when Medvedev is moved to the post of tsar?

      But such an option is very possible!

      And Dimasik already rubs his hands in advance and smiles?
  12. sergant036 29 December 2019 13: 29 New
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    Zhirik continues his secret subversive activities. His work for the US country elites is beyond doubt. Old @ idor and a villain.
  13. Astra wild 29 December 2019 14: 33 New
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    Quote: AU Ivanov.
    The leader needs a herd. Unfortunately, we do not have bourgeois democracy. Our wild capitalism has nothing to do with bourgeois democracy. Although he is better than the era of leaders.

    I apologize, but I did not understand how wild capitalism could be better than the era of leaders.
    1. Good_Anonymous 29 December 2019 14: 55 New
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      how wild capitalism can be better than the era of leaders.


      Leaders do not rule out wild capitalism. Otherwise, the history of Latin America is very curious from this point of view. Have you heard about Somos, Peron, Trujillo? And about Pinochet, Chavez?
      1. Astra wild 29 December 2019 16: 43 New
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        I would not put Chavez on a par with Pinochet
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          Quote: Astra wild
          I would not put Chavez on a par with Pinochet


          Bet or not, but he is a good example of what happens if a politician does not limit his term in office (or if a politician cancels these restrictions).
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            In fact, Chavez did not cheat on the election. If he did, then the Americans would raise such a high: violation of democracy, etc.
            It’s just that Chávez won without any options thanks to Nationwide support
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              Chavez amended the Constitution to exceed the time limit.
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          Quote: Astra wild
          I would not put Chavez on a par with Pinochet

          True, under Pinochet, there was economic growth in Chile, and Chavez drove Venezuela into even greater poverty.
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            Not certainly in that way. Under Chavez there was also growth, then a decline (as with Pinochet, by the way). “Chased Venezuela” is already Maduro.
  14. Robertocalos 29 December 2019 14: 49 New
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    It seems that the Old Man was squeezed. He will be vice president of the union state. And Putin will steer another 2 terms. And there you can and once again change the constitution, if it survives. Old Man no one to the highest post will not allow, no matter how he dreamed. Although he could have won the fair elections. He has no 100 families in his country who use half a budget
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    They will do everything as they need, and if we are completely shocked by changes in the constitution, then they will ask to be treated with understanding.
    Once already rolled ....
  16. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 16: 08 New
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    You live in the past, it’s normal at your age

    And why not remember the past. Everything is relative. If "then" someone was better, then there are reasons for this. Sometimes you need to look back to understand what we actually lost.
  17. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 16: 18 New
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    Quote: AU Ivanov.
    The herd needs a herd

    A leader is necessary, otherwise nothing will work. Any team led by a competent and strong-willed leader is able to fulfill any task. The reason is simple. The leader will be able to lead everyone along, captivate with the idea of ​​“burning with the verb the hearts of people”. And people will do it. You do not have to go far for an example. Take at least Korolev Sergey Pavlovich. What his team did before our eyes. We are still flying into space on HIS rockets. Still.
    And if the head is a ram, then even the coolest team will only be able to bleat.
  18. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 16: 23 New
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    But Stalin understood this, so huge means went into science

    He understood this because he was a statesman, and set his personal interests far behind. For this alone it is worthy of respect.
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      GDP is also a statesman. That's just that the GDP and Stalin have different states, with different goals and interests.
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        DNS, Stalin and Lenin are born every 2 years so that no comparisons
  19. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 16: 49 New
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    It’s strange. And if the head of state successfully fulfills his duties, why change him? A new one will come, he needs time in order to learn how to work successfully successfully. In my opinion, this is a simple copy of Western jokes.

    The fact of the matter is that the state should not care who the president is at the moment. Everything should work without it. The president-guarantor of the constitution determines the direction of foreign and domestic policy. And the state is moving at this time, developing, and not convulsively jerking from side to side.
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    Quote: AlexGa
    It’s strange. And if the head of state successfully fulfills his duties, why change him? A new one will come, he needs time in order to learn how to work successfully successfully. In my opinion, this is a simple copy of Western jokes.

    Because "the brain freezes and thoughts run dry." A person “bronzes” and becomes not a generator of new ideas, but a brake on development. Everything is overgrown with family ties, clans, turns into a swamp. And as you don’t rock the boat, you won’t get out of the swamp, it’ll only suck deeper.
  21. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 17: 08 New
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    The problem is that they are not building anything, but they have put a device on society .. If they were building, they could already see the result ..

    Here, some said, they say you live in the past. Take a look back. Compare:
    -The Great Patriotic War ended in 1945. The country's gender is in ruins, millions of dead, even more crippled. After 16 years, Gagarin flies into space. Satellites even earlier. The space rocket industry was created from scratch in an open field.
    -VVP in power for almost 20 years. We are still flying a "Gagarin" rocket.
  22. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 17: 15 New
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    No one at any enterprise or production dismisses a good leader, engineer or skilled worker just because he has worked in this position for 10 years.

    You confuse the leader and the performer. Performers embody ideas in metal. No ideas, no output. If a leader-generator of ideas sits in one place for a long time and does not move up the career ladder, then he is not capable of more, burns out as a specialist and is not able to benefit the common cause.
  23. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 17: 25 New
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    I lived in the dashing 90s and can compare. There are results.

    Everyone was there. There is something to compare. Let's start comparing with 2000. As of January 2000, the 92nd gasoline cost 6-50 (in some places 6-70). How many now ? Well, take the very minimum-42 rubles. Although next to me is everywhere more expensive. Recall the arithmetic. We get 27% per year. That is, the average rate of price growth for the 92nd at least a quarter every year for all 20 years. Every year ALL are twenty years old. Whose salary or pension has grown by a quarter every year for the past twenty years? I do not have. And in response to the TV: "I will not allow a sharp increase in gas prices." Question: if a quarter is “not sharp” every year, how much is when “sharply”?
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    And the main person in the country - the president, we want to dismiss in fact only because he has already worked and let another try. The West imposed this norm on us as a time limit and we are still defending it.

    To find out how he worked, you need to compare other similar presidents. Nearest neighbors, whom we want to equal. Germany, Poland, China, Japan, Finland, etc. On the central channels, did anyone see a heated discussion of the growth of the welfare of these countries and their citizens at "purchasing power parity" compared with Russia, for example? Maybe Soloviev’s in the program? In the "60 minutes"? No, I don’t remember that. If we defeated everyone, then we (and HE) are great. And if we are at the very end?
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    There is a grain of sanity. But decisions need to be made and done with responsibility. Then 4 levels of deputies should be - district - city - region - federation. Each consists of members of previous levels. And the electoral college of the president of the most respected people is proportional to the population of the subjects.

    You like the American system, but I don't like it. In my opinion, the electoral system is worse than. general election
  26. Podvodnik 29 December 2019 17: 44 New
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    Platoshkin?

    The populist often speaks beautifully, only he lacks competence and professionalism, and maybe he just lies intentionally.

    And the "most" had competence in 2000? Professionalism? What political party leader was he? How long has he been involved in politics? Remind the political program? Command him? Who in general knew about its existence except for relatives and colleagues? None. And so everyone remembers the famous question "Hu from Mr. Putin?" Did you do it? Coped. History and country will appreciate. But what is Platoshkin worse? Professional diplomat. He has written several books on the topic of international relations. Why can't he cope? Yes, it’s not worse than "himself." And we will appreciate over time.
  27. Igor -2019-7-36 29 December 2019 21: 29 New
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    To the position of vice president
    the staff of employees will be added,
    Press Secretary, etc.
    This is called minimization.
    bureaucratic structures!
  28. Serg 122 30 December 2019 10: 20 New
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    There was already one (from Wiki):
    Vice-President of the Russian Federation (until December 25, 1991 - Vice-President of the RSFSR) - one of the highest officials in the Russian Federation from April 24, 1991 to December 25, 1993. He was elected as a single candidate with the president for a 5-year term [1]. A citizen of Russia no younger than 35 and no older than 65 years old, who had the right to vote, could be elected vice-president. He could not be a people's deputy and hold other positions in state and public bodies, entrepreneurial structures.
    The vice-president of Russia, on behalf of the president, exercised his individual powers. In the case of removal of the president from office or his death, resignation or inability to exercise the powers and duties of the president, those passed to the vice president. If it is impossible to fulfill the powers of the President of the Russian Federation by the vice-president of the Russian Federation, they successively passed to the chairman of the Council of Ministers - the Government of the Russian Federation, to the chairman of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation.
    The post was abolished on December 25, 1993 due to the entry into force of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, which does not provide for the position of vice-president of the Russian Federation.

    Alexander Vladimir Rutsky - if anyone does not remember ...
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      Alexander Vladimir Rutsky - if anyone does not remember ...

      From Rutskoi, as from the vice president, it turned out to be like a goat of milk. It’s good that in 1993 he was still not personally killed inside the White House itself.

      Rutskoi in 1991 (by the way, like General A. Lebed) was a "pawn" in the alien power game between Yeltsin and Gorbachev - i.e. in the game of the same West, namely the USA.
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      I remember how Rutskoi, from the walls of the White House into a microphone, called on the unarmed population of the country to come to defend the White House. People have come - and many! And all of them were shot by Russian troops!
      Well, how can an unarmed people withstand an army ?!
      It seems that the position of vice president was created in order to shoot and destroy all popular opposition to the anti-people liberal regime of Gorbachev and Yeltsin in the country.

      So the example of the vice-presidency of Rutsky is not entirely successful in socio-historical terms!
      1. vladcub 30 December 2019 14: 39 New
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        I well remember how Rukoy declared: "there will no longer be any mayors or peers or dicks"
  29. Tektor 30 December 2019 11: 54 New
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    I don’t understand why this topic has become so relevant? This is some kind of distraction for an unsuitable goal ... I believe that the word "in a row" will remain or be excluded - it will not make any difference. This is zilch, a mental virus. As if they wanted to cover something else with this discussion. Namely, the Jesuit law "on the prevention of domestic violence." Which must completely destroy the family that we know today. In fact, the organization of a family after the adoption of such a law will mean walking in a minefield: you'll never know what awaits you tomorrow. Those. this law will lead to the fact that no one will marry. Bo at any moment you can lose everything: all property and find yourself in prison.
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    Quote: WIKI
    I believe that while in a one-party system, the constitution cannot be changed.

    With a single system, the constitution is an extra attribute
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    My opinion: send everyone along with the respondent to Kolyma to clean the snow for 15 years.
  32. st2st 31 December 2019 06: 19 New
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    The man whose faction voted to increase the retirement age is a lackey of the Kremlin, and there can be no question of any opposition. Vaginal gasket Vladimir Volfovich