It turned out in which countries Putin is best treated

It turned out in which countries Putin is best treated

The Gallup International Institute for the Study of Public Opinion conducted a study on attitudes towards world leaders among residents of 46 countries. A total of 50 thousand people were surveyed around the world.


The most famous were US President Donald Trump, followed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The five leaders are closed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Pope Francis and the head of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron.

As it turned out, the Russian president has the highest popularity rating not in Russia, but in Kazakhstan, where 86 percent of those polled supported him. This is followed by Serbia with a result of 84 percent and Armenia, where 80 percent sympathize with the Russian leader. Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea.

The leader, to whom most of the total number of respondents reacted positively, was Pope Francis. A positive rating in the world also have Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron. There were more negative reviews about the Russian president than positive ones (48 percent versus 36, that is -12 percentage points), so he has a negative rating. Things are worse with Donald Trump, who has a whopping 27 percentage points of negative rating.
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  1. Kontuzia 12 February 2020 16: 41 New
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    Well, now the whining begins, about pensioners and the road ... laughing
    1. Svarog 12 February 2020 16: 45 New
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      As it turned out, the Russian president has the highest popularity rating not in Russia, but in Kazakhstan, where 86 percent of those polled supported him. This is followed by Serbia with a result of 84 percent and Armenia, where 80 percent sympathize with the Russian leader. Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea.

      So let him be elected where he is best treated .. I think there will be no problems with citizenship .. and it’s generally surprising that V.V. is treated differently in Russia than in Finland .. He seems to have done nothing wrong with Finam ..
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      2. St Petrov 12 February 2020 16: 51 New
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        Finam, he seems to have done nothing wrong ..


        Anglo-Saxon media machine and it can’t. He didn’t do anything bad to Ukraine, he didn’t even offend them - but it happens like that.

        1. knn54 12 February 2020 17: 48 New
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          Many technical people who perceive the “rise of Russia from their knees” as a threat to their own stability ...
          1. Range 12 February 2020 18: 15 New
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            "The cat left the kittens - this is Putin's fault" - the usual accusations of pan-and-legged Europendriks.
            1. Major Yurik 12 February 2020 19: 39 New
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              Quote: Spectrum
              "The cat left the kittens - this is Putin's fault" - the usual accusations of pan-and-legged Europendriks.

              Yeah, more often: - If a member is a little short, then Putin is to blame! negative So they strive to remember and return the "dashing 90s"
              1. Astra wild 12 February 2020 21: 08 New
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                Eureka, thanks for the poster: successful comment
              2. Vol4ara 12 February 2020 22: 16 New
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                Quote: Major Yurik
                Quote: Spectrum
                "The cat left the kittens - this is Putin's fault" - the usual accusations of pan-and-legged Europendriks.

                Yeah, more often: - If a member is a little short, then Putin is to blame! negative So they strive to remember and return the "dashing 90s"

                I would not give up the dashing 60s
                1. Victor N 13 February 2020 11: 03 New
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                  Yes, the best years of childhood. Here are just the lines for bread spoiled the mood.
                  1. Vol4ara 13 February 2020 21: 34 New
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                    Quote: Victor N
                    Yes, the best years of childhood. Here are just the lines for bread spoiled the mood.

                    But the country and people had the honor, but what now? They sold and betrayed all the best that was in the Union, and they took everything dirty and vulgar from capitalism
                  2. Killemall 14 February 2020 11: 40 New
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                    yah....??? I’m embarrassed to ask, where was this ???
            2. snake 12 February 2020 20: 09 New
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              Five-year pensions (deserved) cannot be received - who is to blame?
              1. Range 12 February 2020 20: 29 New
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                Go to the mirror and see the guilty person there. I am retired and my wife is retired and do not complain.
                And on the resource about pensions, only the penguinophilian suckers and bulk analists chew on them.
                The rest work and do not complain. Yes, I’m a pensioner and I work, but not because there is not enough pension, but because I can’t sit back at home. And those who do not work and sit on the couch, very quickly grow old both with mind and body, or they work as trolls either for money or for stupidity.
                1. snake 12 February 2020 20: 49 New
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                  Quote: Spectrum
                  Go to the mirror and see the guilty person there.

                  The couple did not see Putin in the mirror. Or is it that I have taken a pension from people in five years? You yourself understand what you write?
                  And you think that the average pension is 12 oblique when paying only housing and communal services in 5-7 ty. - this is normal?
                  Quote: Spectrum
                  Yes, I’m a pensioner and I work, but not because there is not enough pension, but because I can’t sit back at home.

                  And who can’t work because of health or the inability to find a job (and this, believe me, often happens) what do you command me to do, dear Kremlin boat?
                  1. Range 12 February 2020 23: 51 New
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                    Quote: serpent
                    The couple did not see Putin in the mirror.


                    Wow! And what sometimes happened to see someone else instead of yourself ?! winked
                    1. Range 13 February 2020 00: 41 New
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                      Judging by the number of minusers in my comment above - hit the mark. Uh How straightforward some carriage ... I would be glad if you add the minuses. As I understand it - this is the site of retired losers?
                      1. Souchastnik 13 February 2020 10: 13 New
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                        It’s good that you are so active, healthy, smart. God forbid you become an invalid or get chronic diseases that require expensive drugs. otherwise you would have forgotten about Military Review and started saving on light and water. Because the drugs will go more than paying for utilities. And you’ll spend all your time on trips to doctors and commissions in an attempt to get a certificate or prescription for free medicines that you don’t deliver or run out of .... In short, health to you.
                      2. Range 13 February 2020 16: 56 New
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                        And I wish you health and well-being, plus two children, grandchildren, if any, have plenty of life.
                    2. Victor N 13 February 2020 11: 06 New
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                      There are also many pluses, not everything is lost.
              2. Ross xnumx 12 February 2020 20: 51 New
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                Quote: Spectrum
                Yes, I’m a pensioner and I work, but not because there is not enough pension, but because I can’t sit back at home.

                Hear it! Pensioner! I worked until retirement on the installation of overhead lines and was no longer able to continue working. The machine (fly) was 15 years of operation, and the spine began to hurt from shaking on the roads. I used to go lying. So, after retirement, I didn’t want to work in the “fresh” air with amenities under the bushes and lunch “as it should.” But the same VVZh or GDP shocks cannot be expelled from work.
                Tell us about your work, which you cannot retire from retirement, and we will rejoice over the whole site for your well-being. We saw pensioners who were worse off than work ... A locksmith, a friend of mine at home, also tried to get a job after a heart attack ... Then he spat ...
                And the neighbor has enough pensions, and there is a summer residence ... People are afraid not of a pension, but of a miserable existence on it. And they still have no idea how retired they will no longer be bosses and no one will “respect” them ...
                As for the authority of Putin, no one undermined him, except for himself and the same "friends-associates." Can you name Putin's friends (“his”, whom he does not give up), who are respected among the Russian population?
                A strange father who does not connect his life with children. Surely, it is so constitutional. He does not have people whom he would take care of - just a show.
                1. Range 12 February 2020 22: 47 New
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                  I also worked half of my working career in the energy system in Chitaenergo in the southwestern networks. And in the year, instead of the eights in the year, there were 200 days of field trips. Yes, in nature we slept in sleeping bags. The car was equipped for winter nights. Second half: work in the defense industry at the plant. So do not shake the liberde. And all the time I took care of myself and my family, not hoping for anyone. Children have grown up. The son works as an aircraft designer, and the daughter is engaged in the automation of enterprises. The only black streak in my life was during the dashing nineties with your beloved Yeltsin. Wolf legs are fed. And complaints always earn themselves only illness. Resentment, so in general the root cause of oncology. You are on the right track.
                  1. Ross xnumx 13 February 2020 05: 09 New
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                    Quote: Spectrum
                    I also worked half of my working career in the energy system in Chitaenergo in the southwestern networks.

                    And where is there in Chitaenergo in mines at a depth of 680 meters underground VL or what other electrical installations? belay
                    You, pro-Kremlin and pro-Moscow trolls can be seen by:
                    “The bird is visible by flight, the good fellow - by the snot” laughing
                    You’re just not pushing your theory about “thrashing” about it, I also heard from one man whom I respect, Butakov Mikhail Sidorovich, that:
                    “In some situations, it’s better to knock (drum) than to knock”
                    So, I see, it’s hard for you to realize that “not everyone is allowed to drum in retirement in a mine at a depth of 680 meters underground.” But to sit in some office and “do programming” is always with pleasure.
                    Mil, man, you yourself are a whiner by nature. You have beached the coast. The whiners on our television have gathered. And the truth-telling people are real patriots who care about the fact that in Russia academicians and other associate professors with their fake dissertations, as well as programmers and managers, are a dime a dozen, but there is little sense. Woz and now there.
                    Maybe it's time to take bananas and sunflowers from your ears, and listen to what people are talking about. and then in the silence of classrooms and other departments of programming of living people ceased to notice ...
                    1. Range 13 February 2020 07: 51 New
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                      ABOUT! I look, you are a specialist "closely". OHL in the mine is something new. You are a specialist in snot and lying, not embarrassed, and even seem to be unable to read, since you mixed everything in a heap .. I was connected with the energy industry only to the point of defense. And starting with the defense industry, automation and robotic systems. From 1977 to 1986, the Chitaenergo Energy System. From 1986 to 1991, the defense enterprise of Irkutsk - repair and maintenance of robotic systems, 1991 to 2004 the introduction of automation systems tech. processes in various industries from the Institute of Industrial Automation at the enterprises of the region. Not office automation, but for the hardware to work without human intervention. From 2005 until retirement, he worked and created from scratch the service of process control systems at the Yakovlevsky mine of the Belgorod region. He also trained from scratch 9 engineers and as many employees of process control systems, since the institutes had not trained specialists since the nineties. They tied the entire mine on the surface and in the mine with fiber optic. During operation, almost the entire mine, except for the face, was automated (they themselves developed and implemented them). Now this mine was bought by Severstal. since 2016 retired.
                      from 2017, they invited for two years to automate the experimental installation for the distillation of oil wastes at the Mari Oil Refinery (shift mode), which was manufactured from scratch. We got an excellent result (from fuel oil to 60% solariums), but then our government stopped financing and the topic was closed. Okay, we’ll sharpen the hair, now it’s 7:46 and it's time to go to work. Pour more dirt on the fan, you do it well.
                  2. Roman070280 13 February 2020 10: 09 New
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                    the dashing nineties with your beloved Yeltsin.

                    Putin does not read you here, so you can not paint him about your beloved Yeltsin ..
                    1. Range 13 February 2020 17: 00 New
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                      What are you (since you switched to YOU) trying to stick to me Putin, Is that from stupidity? I already reported that he was like a drum to me, and especially after the pension reform. You are glued to it with super glue and in every comment you remember about it.
                    2. Roman070280 14 February 2020 09: 23 New
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                      with your beloved Yeltsin.

                      You probably have sclerosis .. you don’t remember your own words ..))
                  3. Range 13 February 2020 17: 01 New
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                    By the way, I don’t fundamentally put cons to anyone, but I express my position or disagreement in the comment.
              3. Range 12 February 2020 23: 04 New
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                Quote: ROSS 42
                Tell us about your work, which you cannot retire from retirement, and we will rejoice over the whole site for your well-being.


                I am engaged in the development, programming and implementation of automated process control systems. Received this specialty in the defense industry.
              4. Range 12 February 2020 23: 28 New
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                Yes, before retiring, I spent nine years at a mine in a mine 9 meters underground. So let's not face it. Better sofas. I do not care Putin, Medvedev (picimon) and the like, I myself am the master of my fate. And I can’t stand crybaby. All around them are to blame, and they themselves are white and fluffy.
            3. the most important 12 February 2020 23: 01 New
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              Quote: Spectrum
              Yes, I’m a pensioner and I work, but not because there is not enough pension, but because I can’t sit back at home. And those who do not work and sit on the couch, very quickly grow old both with mind and body, or they work as trolls either for money or for stupidity.

              I would like to know from a happy pensioner the amount of his pension which he has enough for and who are you working now tirelessly?
            4. Mordvin 3 13 February 2020 01: 05 New
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              Quote: Spectrum
              Yes, I am a pensioner and I work

              What's your job? Town?
            5. Roman070280 13 February 2020 10: 06 New
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              I am retired and my wife is retired and do not complain.
              And on the resource about pensions, snot only chew penguinophils and bulk ananists.

              So you are this very thing - it ..
              Normal Russians do not chew snot, but quite rightly resent this injustice on the part of those to whom you soroso **** ...
            6. Killemall 14 February 2020 11: 42 New
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              Spectrum, record-breaking !!! good
      3. Rzzz 12 February 2020 20: 28 New
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        Many technical people who perceive the “rise of Russia from their knees” as a threat to their own stability

        ... and most of them are sitting in comfortable offices as senior officials, presidents of environmental banks and corporations. In thoughts of all sizes and law enforcement agencies.
    2. Loess 12 February 2020 17: 57 New
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      He did nothing wrong to Ukraine

      During the last elections in Ukraine, I told my Internet friend that they should put Putin's candidacy for interest. A friend replied that Putin would most likely have won this election by a wide margin ...
      PS A friend gives the impression of an adequate person, and we usually do not touch on the topic of politics from the word at all.
      1. Avior 12 February 2020 18: 25 New
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        I'm afraid your friend lives in the past.
        It could be before 2014 - then really the GDP rating in Ukraine was high - somewhere until the end of 2014, then the changes went.
        But now a lot of water has flowed and, I'm afraid, the attitude has changed a lot
      2. snake 12 February 2020 20: 15 New
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        A friend replied that Putin would most likely have won this election by a wide margin ...

        During the last elections in the Galaxy, I told my galactnet friend that they should put Putin's candidacy for fun. A friend replied that Putin would most likely have won this election by a wide margin ...
        PS The friend gives the impression of a humanoid being, and we usually don’t touch on the topic of galactic politics from the word at all.
      3. Roman070280 13 February 2020 10: 12 New
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        Buddy gives the impression of an adequate person


        Well, are you adequate ??
        And what do you think about this ?? Does Putin have a good rating in Ukraine ?? Seriously??)))
        1. Loess 13 February 2020 10: 21 New
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          Quote: Roman070280
          Well, are you adequate ??

          And you?
          Quote: Roman070280
          And what do you think

          I think it's time for you to stop poking at strangers. But as you can see from the last time, this simple thought has not yet reached you ...
          1. Roman070280 13 February 2020 10: 29 New
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            And you?
            Ie, essentially, as always, I didn’t want to think and answer .. or I couldn’t ..

            I think it's time for you to stop poking at strangers.
            But as you can see from the last time, this simple thought has not yet reached you ...


            I think this is the last thing you should bother with in life ..
            And if from the first try this simple thought didn’t get through - please the moderator that I won’t give up on the whole forum ..
            But, I still think that you are adequate .. (it was a rhetorical question) .. In order
            help you really evaluate Putin's ratings in Ukraine ..
            1. Loess 13 February 2020 10: 44 New
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              Quote: Roman070280
              I didn’t want to think and answer .. or I couldn’t ..

              As far as I understand my answers to you unnecessarily, therefore, I do not consider it necessary to answer you.
              Quote: Roman070280
              I think

              This fact especially pleased me.
              Quote: Roman070280
              please the moderator

              "This is not our method."
              Quote: Roman070280
              I do not poke around the forum ..

              And everything is not necessary. It is enough to show elementary respect for an unfamiliar interlocutor.
              PS When there will be any other meaning in your questions besides sarcasm, I will communicate with you with pleasure (and perhaps without pleasure).
              1. Roman070280 13 February 2020 11: 20 New
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                As far as I understand my answers to you unnecessarily, therefore, I do not consider it necessary to answer you.

                Yes, hospadi .. you tell yourself .. What’s the difference to me ..))
                But you yourself want to have a real picture before your eyes, or a fictional one ... So I started from this - are you adequate ?? You don’t think that the stork brings children, that Martians live on Mars, that Putin has a high rating in Ukraine ..

                When your questions have any other meaning,

                There is no need to look for a different meaning in my questions (answers) .. I usually formulate messages quite specifically ..
                It is enough to scroll up a bit, re-read my post again, and you will immediately understand how simple and straightforward everything was said there ..
                What are you, all the same, managed to develop a "boisterous activity" in the form of posts not related to the topic ..))
                1. Loess 13 February 2020 11: 36 New
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                  Quote: Roman070280
                  you tell yourself .. I somehow care what ..))
                  So I said just that
                  Quote: Less
                  As far as I understand my answers to you unnecessarily

                  I don’t understand what you are unhappy with.

                  I'm frankly tired of your verbal delights therefore: all the best to you ...
                  1. Roman070280 13 February 2020 11: 48 New
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                    As far as I understand my answers to you unnecessarily

                    That’s why you continue with such perseverance and continue to "answer" ..)) Only, as always, for some reason, off topic ..

                    I don’t understand what you are unhappy with.

                    I’m just quite satisfied .. Maybe this is not understanding ..))

                    tired of your verbal delights

                    And therefore, henceforth it is not worth starting these delights, in attempts to evade the issue under discussion ..
  2. NEOZ 12 February 2020 16: 54 New
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    So let there be elected where they treat him best ..

    your comments are very much in demand in 404 countries .... what kind of hints where do you need to move ... or not?
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    So let there be elected where they treat him best ..
    No, it seems like a life for us ..
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      And to you, is this something bad or envy?
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        1. kjhg 12 February 2020 18: 08 New
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          Once again, I will post a video showing the real attitude of the people towards Putin
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    2. Den717 12 February 2020 18: 11 New
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      No, it seems like a life for us ..

      He has already said 100 times that he will no longer be nominated. What makes you think that for life ...? If you want to change, then to whom?
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        Yes? But I remember someone who my mother vowed that he would not increase his retirement age until he was president .. And also, that he would not change the constitution .. That he would create 25 million jobs by the current year .. Well - a lot of things had been promised , is not it so? And how are the results? What is his word worth? One zilch .. Monstrosity ..
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        2. Den717 12 February 2020 19: 22 New
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          But I remember someone swore mom

          Firstly, he did not swear by mom. In the period in which he promised, he did not increase anything. But even over 10 years, life is changing and requires corresponding changes in management as a response. You, obviously, also did not achieve everything that you wanted 10-15 years ago. Khrushchev, there, communism promised for those generations, did not happen either. But goals must be set beyond the limits, otherwise there will be no movement at all. wink
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            Quote: Den717
            But even in 10 years, life is changing

            Is that what has changed in five years?
      2. Mordvin 3 12 February 2020 19: 15 New
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        Quote: Den717
        He has already said 100 times that he will no longer be nominated.

        Actually, he said this at the beginning of the XNUMXs.
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          Quote: mordvin xnumx
          Actually, he said this at the beginning of the XNUMXs.

          In the sense that it will not go beyond the constitution ... And why did he deceive you?
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            Quote: Den717
            And what did he deceive you with?

            He changed the constitution. As they do now.
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              Quote: mordvin xnumx
              He changed the constitution.

              Amending and changing are two big differences. But you probably don’t know, just to spit in the pot.
              1. Mordvin 3 12 February 2020 19: 54 New
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                Quote: Den717
                Amending and changing are two big differences. But you probably don’t know, just to spit in the pot.

                Let there be amendments. But this goes against his own words. And in which pot did I spit? The one on the screen?
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                  Quote: mordvin xnumx
                  Let there be amendments. But this goes against his own words.

                  And what of that? Time changes, approaches change. The amendments are long overdue, I see no reason to rest against the horn. Moreover, the fundamental rights of citizens are not affected. And the priority of domestic law has long been fixed ....
                  1. Mordvin 3 12 February 2020 20: 19 New
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                    Quote: Den717
                    Moreover, the fundamental rights of citizens are not affected.

                    Well, not if you don’t see which way our rower is rowing, then yes, everything is fine. So we get to the crown.
                  2. Den717 12 February 2020 20: 27 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Well, not if you don’t see which way our rower is rowing

                    Well, enlighten us dark, you look, we’ll grow wiser ... On it and the forum, to come with your opinion and go out with a stranger laughing
                  3. Mordvin 3 12 February 2020 20: 31 New
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                    Quote: Den717
                    On it and the forum to enter with your opinion, and go out with a stranger

                    Will not help. Personally, you adjust everything for yourself, and with this approach nothing will help. I’ve laid out two rollers, as the oil flows in a frying pan in a frying pan.
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Will not help. Personally, you adjust everything for yourself,

                    That is, you refuse to justify your position, what is the point of spending time on an article?
                  5. Mordvin 3 12 February 2020 20: 46 New
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                    Quote: Den717
                    That is, you refuse to justify your position

                    So, what enlighten you, Aniskin?
                    What Ukraine has become a hostile state? What do we quarrel with Belarus? That narrow-eyed guest workers respect our president more than ourselves?
                    Quote: Den717
                    what is the point of spending time on an article?

                    An article about Putin's support. But it is interesting who, how, and where did the survey.
                  6. Den717 12 February 2020 21: 11 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    What Ukraine has become a hostile state?

                    Do you see Putin’s guilt in this? And also answer for Lukashenko Putin? In my opinion, Ukraine is not an independent state, and therefore its hostility is the result of our opposition to the West. And yes, in some places he is replaying us because he is stronger. Nevertheless, our positions today are incomparable with the situation of the 90s. And in order to strengthen the position, some changes are being made in the management system. Everything is quite logical. The question is, how effective will these measures be? Judging by the comments on VO, many do not link the economy and pension affairs with the pressure that is being put on us, but in vain. There are no miracles. If today is an information-economic war, then the victims will certainly be. And here many people only think with their stomachs. Mostly because the level of education and life experience have not taught to look at life from an active and professional point of view.
                    And what does not suit you in constitutional amendments? If possible in detail ...
                  7. Mordvin 3 12 February 2020 21: 22 New
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                    Quote: Den717
                    In my opinion, Ukraine is not an independent state, and therefore its hostility is the result of our opposition to the West.

                    So in this we blew the west.
                    Quote: Den717
                    Nevertheless, our positions today are incomparable with the situation of the 90s.

                    And in the 90s, Ukraine was more friendly.
                    Quote: Den717
                    Mostly because the level of education and life experience have not taught to look at life from an active and professional point of view.

                    I did not understand this. The level of education and life experience has declined, he knows how much. IMHO.
                    Quote: Den717
                    And what does not suit you in constitutional amendments?

                    I am not happy when our president says one thing and does another. Amendments? There already Gundyaev muttered something about divine Russia. He wants to introduce into the constitution.
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    So in this we blew the west.

                    Yes, they blew it. And if you admit it, do the work on the mistakes, you can not blow something else, but somewhere and win back.
                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    And in the 90s, Ukraine was more friendly.

                    We just were not up to her. Own war, own debts, own non-payment of pensions. That doliberalichny ....
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                    I did not understand this.

                    Everything is simple. Over time, you begin to understand that economics, for example, is a science, and you need to talk about it, at least with the advice of professionals. And in order to discuss how we were thrown with retirement, we must first read at least the text of the law. Look at a couple of opinions, work out your own and only then - into the "battle".
                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    I am not happy when our president says one thing and does another.

                    After the pres expressed his opinion, a whole war (albeit not a hot one) happened. You can’t conduct an entire war in one trench. But the Metropolitan is engaged in his ideology in order to utter something. In the end, someone in our country believes. Why shouldn't he try to please the flock? Will it work? I don’t see anything bad in it ... He doesn’t offer everyone to force everyone into the Moscow River ... laughing
                  9. Mordvin 3 12 February 2020 22: 00 New
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                    We just were not up to her. Own war

                    Yeah, the pipe war. There would be no her, and Chechnya would take sovereignty as much as you want.
                    Quote: Den717
                    your debts

                    Exalted as a victory of ours. We pay the debts of the USSR less than we take!
                    Quote: Den717
                    your non-payment of pensions

                    Well, after all, it was necessary to fill pockets ... And Pugachikham pay everyone out of the box from under the photocopy.
                    Quote: Den717
                    And in order to discuss how we were thrown with retirement, we must first read at least the text of the law.

                    And where did I write about pensions? Can you poke a finger?
                    Quote: Den717
                    He doesn’t offer everyone to force everyone into the Moscow River ...

                    Hmm ... But I wonder how millions of Alexis were divided there. Who got it?
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Yeah, the pipe war. There would be no her, and Chechnya would take sovereignty as much as you want.

                    In the 90s, much was not done as we would like. Something is not right, something is not yet fully appreciated. One thing is clear - the counterrevolution took over and it was simply not up to the neighbors. That's all. About pensions, the question is not for you personally. It's just that what topic we don’t have, there are a couple of interlocutors who will bring down one and all on the pension topic.
                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    But I wonder how millions of Alexis were divided there.

                    I have church money to the bulb. The church has always been a muddy commercial organization. Where the money goes there, even the OBHSS did not dig. Yes, and all confessional feuds, first of all, solved financial issues - who would put a paw on the "feeder" (parish egg-box). You are interested? There are relevant Internet resources, maybe you'll find something there ....
  • Roman070280 13 February 2020 10: 14 New
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    won't push forward anymore. What makes you think that for life ...?


    He may not be nominated ..
    But it will be for life !!
    Or do you see any mutual exceptions here ??
  • Stas157 12 February 2020 17: 05 New
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    Then follow Serbia with a score of 84 percent

    Such a high percentage of support for Putin's Serbs is more likely due to the fact that the Serbs are always very nice to Russia. Of course, a good attitude will extend to the president.
    1. Arlen 12 February 2020 17: 12 New
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      Serbs are always very nice to Russia

      The Serbs even have a saying: “Us and Rus are 300 million, us without Rus are the floor of the kamion” (“Us and Russians are 300 million, and without Russians - half a truck”). Very often in Belgrade you can find inscriptions on the buildings of "Russia Ruska" ("Mother Russia")
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        yes ... writing about "Mother Russia" is not the same thing as standing with Russia against all this Anglo-Saxon lawlessness. All these "little brothers" have a different principle ... Ubi bene ibi patria - this is about them. If Russia begins to tear now ... everyone will change hands once ... as it was in the 90s.
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          Quote: KilleMall
          writing about "Mother Russia" is not the same thing as standing with Russia against all this Anglo-Saxon lawlessness.

          And how did Mother Russia help when, by lawlessness, they bombed Yugoslavia? Yeltsin's hoarse voice: "Milosevic is a difficult politician, but we have to agree with him"? Throw on Pristina? So then they sat there. By turning Primakov’s plane? Well, what's next?
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            Yeah ... it was then that the process of breaking and destroying Russia as a sovereign state was launched ... what could Primakov do? He did what was in his power. Our whole problem is that we have a very short memory and no one wants to remember what all this Yeltsin liberal offspring turned the country into. I’m like you don’t understand ... either you are provocateurs ... or you really don’t understand anything ... Pulling the situation out of the international context, such as you are trying to make Russia a weak and worthless state ... projecting that situation onto present day. Like, we are worth nothing now. I just want to remind you that Russia, at the moment, is in complete isolation and waging, without any reservations, a hybrid war and the bid today is sovereignty ... and indeed the existence of the country. And people like you are pure renegades, for whom Putin, who has lifted the country from his knees under such conditions, has “stayed”. So how are you that president, that smartphone ... every two years you need to change ...
      2. Lipchanin 12 February 2020 17: 52 New
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        Quote: Arlen

        The Serbs even have a saying: "There are 300 million of us and a Rus, us without a camion floor"

  • Tank jacket 12 February 2020 17: 07 New
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    Die Presse: Western Europe dreams of Putin
    November 5 2014

    STEFFI LOOS / DDP / AFP
    STEFFI LOOS / DDP / AFP
    For many citizens of Western Europe, Russian President Vladimir Putin is an idol, says Die Presse. In it, they are attracted by confidence, perseverance, courage and willingness to repulse US global hegemony, the author of the article, Sibile Haman, writes.
    The Western media does not write well about Russian President Vladimir Putin, says Die Presse. In society, he is perceived as the “instigator of the war”, “the cold-blooded ruler”, “narcissistic show-maker”. And this characteristic is most likely true, the author of the article, Sibile Haman, believes.

    However, to the surprise of the Austrian publication, for many he is also an idol. Putin’s rating in Russia is high, despite the ruble dropping, food prices are rising every day, and the Ukrainian conflict is doing more and more damage to the Russian economy, the author writes. At the same time, many citizens of Western Europe also fall under the charm of a “strong man from the East,” says Haman. They see him as a self-confident person who is able to repulse America and, having spit on all prejudices and fears, stubbornly follow his goal.
    1. mark2 12 February 2020 18: 17 New
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      Well, here is a sample of half-praise. Prices are rising everywhere. And the fall of the ruble is more worrying for those who are going to buy and sell for dollars. A low level of domestic currency leads to a drop in the competitive price of imports compared to local goods.
      China is constantly depreciating the renminbi. For there is nothing to buy imported when you have your own troch.
      1. Roman070280 13 February 2020 10: 21 New
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        Prices are rising everywhere. And the fall of the ruble is more worrying for those who are going to buy and sell for dollars ... China is constantly depreciating the renminbi.


        The difference is only "in the little things" .. this is the salary .. You can compare in the same China over the past 20 years ..
        1. mark2 13 February 2020 22: 26 New
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          Have you got salaries in general for 20 years, or what? Or do you, as a true liberal economist, convert European salaries into rubles, without recalculating the expenses of Europeans in the same equivalent?
          1. Roman070280 14 February 2020 09: 35 New
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            No idea where you are, as true liberals translate ..
            But it was a question of "prices are rising everywhere" .. And if we take the "European salary", then prices there certainly did not grow at the same pace as ours ..
            And if we take China, which is "decreasing the renminbi", then there is just the level of salaries growing at a faster pace, and in dollar terms overtook the Russian ..
            Our level is Ukraine .. Against its background, we look like heroes .. This is without regard to the fact that there is war, devastation and horse racing at rallies, and we are the richest country in the world (40% of world natural resources for 2% of the world's population )
            1. mark2 14 February 2020 17: 47 New
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              So the salary level is the direct equivalent of productivity and product quality.
              And do not talk about the dollar equivalent and the lack of price increases in Europe.
              Or maybe you are raising your level of production at a faster pace?
              Like in China. Or maybe the quality of the performance of their duties raised to heaven. What to pay for?
  • Whalebone 12 February 2020 17: 17 New
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    There he can no longer be elected in the Russian Federation. According to the Constitution. Although what am I talking about. Soon she will be rewritten.
  • Arlen 12 February 2020 17: 26 New
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    Quote: Svarog
    in general it is surprising that V.V. in Russia is treated differently than in Finland

    Why Gallup International cites such data I do not know. But most of the world's inhabitants have become disillusioned with Western-style capitalism and liberal democracy, and see little future for themselves. Such conclusions follow from the report of the authors of the study Edelman Trust Barometer, conducted in October-November 2019. In the course of this study, more than 34 thousand people were interviewed in 28 countries of the world, and 56% agreed that capitalism does more harm than good.
    The share of such answers was especially high in Thailand (75%) and India (74%); however, more than half of the respondents stated their disappointment in modern capitalism in such seemingly prosperous countries as France (69%), Italy (61%) ), Spain (60%), the Netherlands (59%), Ireland (57%), Germany (55%), Singapore (54%) and the United Kingdom (53%). In Russia, 55% of respondents agree that there is more harm than good from capitalism.
    1. pytar 12 February 2020 17: 34 New
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      American center Pew Research published a study on attitudes towards Russia and President Vladimir Putin in 33 different countries of the world. The highest level of sympathy was in Bulgaria, where 73% of respondents declared their love for the Russian Federation, and 62% declared their confidence in Putin.

      https://news-front.info/2020/02/11/samyj-vysokij-uroven-populyarnosti-u-putina-v-bolgarii/
      https://news.ru/russia/bolgary-okazalis-glavnymi-storonnikami-rossii-i-putina-v-mire/
      https://politexpert.net/184542-v-bolgarii-obyasnili-samyi-vysokii-v-mire-uroven-lyubvi-k-rossii-i-putinu?utm_source=politobzor.net
      It turns out 1.Kazakhstan, 2.Serbia, 3.Armenia, 4.Bulgaria
      1. Chervonny 12 February 2020 17: 41 New
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        I don’t trust polls at all. I sometimes get the impression that all these polling companies operate with numbers at their discretion. There will be one order, in numbers everything will look good, but there will be another order, everything will turn out badly ... In general, everything depends on the customer of the polls and on what purpose he pursues.
        An example is last year's VTsIOM survey (poll) when he made two mutually exclusive polls about the president’s rating.
  • Non liberoid Russian 12 February 2020 17: 37 New
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    if you screech every time about Putin, this does not mean that the majority are just as offended
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    Pew Research Center "do not trust" / "trust":



    By the way, in vain here the barrel is constantly being rolled to the Bulgarians. Or do not like that they love Putin?
    1. pytar 12 February 2020 23: 43 New
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      By the way, in vain here the barrel is constantly being rolled to the Bulgarians. Or do not like that they love Putin?

      Someone clearly doesn’t like it very much! Therefore, the barrel is constantly rolled to the Bulgarian!
      Nothing happens by accident ... for everything there is something of interest. Question - whose interest is it?
  • poquello 12 February 2020 18: 52 New
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    Quote: Svarog
    So let there be elected where they treat him best ..

    without your mukonazalnoy secret somehow
  • Krasnoyarsk 12 February 2020 19: 17 New
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    Quote: Svarog
    So let there be elected where they treat him best ..

    But somehow I don’t care how they treat my president over the hill. It is important for me how they treat him in Russia. A good attitude must be earned. The people inwardly feel whose president he is - a people or a single handful, God forgive me, the "elite"
  • axiles100682 12 February 2020 20: 02 New
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    It’s a pity that doesn’t happen. And if it were possible, I would go to the polls for the first time and vote for him.
  • Lamata 12 February 2020 20: 18 New
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    He cannot reach out to them laughing to the Finns
  • Professor Preobrazhensky 12 February 2020 16: 51 New
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    - The medicine
    - Education
    - Corruption
    - Workplaces
    - Import substitution
    - MIC
    - The state of housing and communal services
    - Gasification of the country
    - Deforestation
    - Garbage landfills
    - Economics
    If Putin had not been the commander of Russia, then no one had any questions on these points. Well, is it not for Grandfather Frost to address claims?
    Or maybe in Sport Lotto find out why we have problems, everyone talks about them, including the supreme himself, and things are still there?
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  • Svarog 12 February 2020 17: 08 New
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    Quote: c-Petrov
    move to Russia. It's okay here.

    True, the population has been dying for two years in a row .. especially Russian .. This is apparently the end result of a successful president ..
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      True, the population has been dying for two years in a row .. especially Russian ..


      it dies out only where Putin is. Don’t upset me with half hints.

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        True, the population has been dying for two years in a row .. especially Russian ..


        it dies out only where Putin is. Don’t upset me with half hints.

        Petrov .. you are being deprived, urgently delete this comment .. wassat
        1. St Petrov 12 February 2020 17: 17 New
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          I get a bonus for every billion that you stole from yourself you know who.

          PS Have you already protested against constitutional reforms? Or as usual? Limited to the forum?)
          1. snake 12 February 2020 19: 57 New
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            Remove Stalin from your profile picture - you have no moral right to it, Kremlin boat.
      2. snake 12 February 2020 20: 06 New
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        Quote: c-Petrov
        it dies out only where Putin is.

        Freudian reservation, not otherwise ...
        1. St Petrov 13 February 2020 10: 27 New
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          Freudian reservation, not otherwise ...


          this is for the mind-limited) Bon appetit)

          you have no moral right to it, kremlebot.


          who are you to tell me? Stalin would have blown you off for the word "Kremlin boat". I would smile at you. Then I would find out that there are bots of Khodorkovsky, the State Department and bulk.

          And I would ask you about the reason for your disdainful attitude towards the Kremlin and everything connected with it

          So rustle by. Tolerate the Kremlin and everything connected with it.
    2. Den717 12 February 2020 18: 27 New
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      Quote: Svarog
      True, the population has been dying for two years in a row .. especially Russian .. This is apparently the end result of a successful president ..

      This tendency is more or less characteristic of any “white” nation. You, as cap2, should be able to check it. In the end, no one is forcibly holding you in Crimea. I do not like? - The former homeland is nearby. It is not very necessary for you, "intellectuals", to persuade. If you also whined in the Black Sea Fleet - trouble with the Fleet ...
      1. ML-334 12 February 2020 20: 13 New
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        Mow under the Russian-pan on his head gives out. Putin is like a bone in the throat.
      2. Serg65 13 February 2020 09: 59 New
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        Quote: Den717
        You like cap2

        belay what Svorog cautorang ???
        1. Den717 13 February 2020 10: 28 New
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          Svorog cautorang ???

          Sorry, I was mistaken, this is to "Professor Preobrazhensky."
    3. Lamata 12 February 2020 20: 20 New
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      so the average salary is 44 000 rubles !!!! The guarantor said !!!
      1. Serg65 13 February 2020 10: 00 New
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        Quote: Lamata
        so the average salary is 44 000 rubles !!!! The guarantor said !!!

        laughing Return to Almaty, there is much better!
  • From Siberia we 12 February 2020 17: 35 New
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    Quote: c-Petrov
    Garbage landfills are closed and processing plants are being built - 20 large and most modern facilities

    Is that the one in Shies?
    Quote: c-Petrov
    Everyone wins in the education of the Olympiad

    That is why high-tech zero?
    Quote: c-Petrov
    The economy also provides growth.

    AvtoVAZ and KAMAZ reduce volumes due to the cessation of supplies from China.
    Quote: c-Petrov
    Jobs - all CIS travels to Russia to work

    More than 50% of young people dream of leaving the country
    1. St Petrov 12 February 2020 17: 43 New
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      one more Siberian with a forelock writes about shies. love this music will be eternal

      More than 50% of young people dream of leaving the country

      I hope you are still young?

      1. From Siberia we 12 February 2020 17: 46 New
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        Unfortunately already old. So enlighten us dense about Shies
        1. St Petrov 12 February 2020 17: 48 New
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          So enlighten us dense about Shies


          Why should I talk about the construction of modern (state-of-the-art) 220 waste recycling complexes throughout Russia for 290 billion rubles to someone who does not need this information from the word - at all?

          1. From Siberia we 12 February 2020 17: 49 New
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            Really .... your last name is not a seagull?
            1. St Petrov 12 February 2020 17: 55 New
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              I mean, all information is in the public domain - and if you were even a bit interested in it, you would have found everything. Not only Yandex, but also Google with other search engines can help you with this. Is it logical?

              I am 146% sure that this topic is sideways for you, you need it - to insert a line about the Shies with a line
              1. From Siberia we 12 February 2020 17: 59 New
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                So I searched ..... and found ..... Shies. I found pensions, support for many children .... I came here to Berdsk and did not find PJSC Vega I did not find Iskitimsky cement plant, I did not find PATP No. 5, I did not find BEMZ either. And in Kamchatka, he did not find Lenin’s PSRZ, he didn’t find the BTF in Vladik. I don’t find much ....
              2. From Siberia we 12 February 2020 18: 05 New
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                I grew up in Iskitim. And where is the Iskitim plant "teplopribor", a confectionery factory, a marble quarry. And how is it ..... Ah !! I did not find a garbage processing complex !!! and did not find in Berdsk !!!! Old fashioned in a heap poured. Nah well, they pay money for utilization !!! But he went to Lake Baikal .... And he found !!!! The plant is the same !!! What was going to drive water to China !! Found him! Cut down forests found a lot !!! I traveled a lot. I was looking for !!!
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                  I traveled a lot. I was looking for !!!


                  hard for you. Now I will try to help. As a result, he spent 2 minutes - opened Yandex - gave a request - waste processing plants. And me right with the addresses. And this is not counting those 200 pieces that will be built.

                  Next time, try writing down company addresses before your trip.

                2. From Siberia we 12 February 2020 18: 29 New
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                  Quote: c-Petrov
                  Next time, try writing down company addresses before your trip.

                  So I called them to you. you know how to use Google ..... On the map you presented in Siberia, only ONE in Novosibirsk and then "the plant was opened in 2006. In fact, this is not an enterprise for the processing of municipal solid waste (MSW), but a sorting and deep-pressing station the remaining “tailings” and secondary raw materials. After sorting, the enterprise is in the process of disposing of garbage at the landfill, “Is it RECYCLING?” And Sib is a millionaire city. But what about the Region ?? That's how !!! "The inspection of the prosecutor’s office, Rosprirodnadzor and the regional ministry of ecology and nature management established that the solid waste was buried by an excavator several meters underground.

                  Source: https://wek.ru/musorosortirovochnyj-zavod-v-krasnoyarske-srabotal-pod-sebya
                3. From Siberia we 12 February 2020 18: 31 New
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                  I sincerely wish to build all this "factories" in Moscow !!! at least some non-rubber production master.
                4. St Petrov 12 February 2020 18: 46 New
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                  I sincerely wish to build all this "factories" in Moscow !!!

                  What should I call your city so that we are on the same wavelength? Although I do not distort the name of the cities. You can not invent

                  Factories yes, they are needed in the place where every seventh inhabitant of Russia lives. Over the Ural Mountains, where the population lives less than in Moscow, I think the plants will be less concentrated

                  that solid waste was buried by an excavator several meters underground.

                  cant. Putin overlooked. But nothing. will build new ones. Putin did this, not some kind of thing ...
                5. From Siberia we 12 February 2020 18: 56 New
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                  nude, I've been watching for 20 years
                6. St Petrov 12 February 2020 19: 02 New
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                  nude, I've been watching for 20 years


                  Yes, come on you bustle, the question about landfills was raised at the state level recently. For 20 years you have been looking at how the Russian woman grows, grows stronger and develops.

            2. depressant 12 February 2020 18: 55 New
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              So, just by the way ...
              Petrov’s passionate speeches interested - he is not a troll, he is a man of conviction, he argues. I respect these. I went on the Internet and found: yes, by 2024, 200 waste recycling plants should be built. And then a hint comes out on its own, like, maybe you were looking for Kursky? Well, let's Kursky. Pompously opened in 2013, earned a lot of money, but after a few hours it turned out to be closed, and so on. We have a bad reality. Promises are good.
  • Den717 12 February 2020 18: 33 New
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    Quote: From Siberia we
    More than 50% of young people dream of leaving the country

    Did you personally count them? Or did Levada trust? And then, when did this youth differ in wisdom? Note that all coups begin with youth, even in quite successful countries. Dream to leave 50%? And how much has left?
  • kit88 12 February 2020 17: 06 New
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    Interesting results are obtained.

    Choosing between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, more than a quarter (29%) of respondents worldwide say they prefer the Russian leader as head of state of their country. Donald Trump is preferred as the country's leader by 17%. Vladimir Putin is generally preferred in most regions except the United States. Even generally critical Europeans, choosing between him and the current American president, prefer the Russian leader. In Africa, India and East Asia, both opponents receive almost equal support.

    Thinking of global political leadership, should the US maintain a leading role as perhaps the most powerful state in the world? Or should the US and Russia take global leadership together? One in four in the world (25%) votes for equal joint leadership, while 19% prefer the supreme and sole leadership of the United States. Most in almost all macro-regions of the world say they prefer joint leadership of the USA and Russia, with the exception of the USA itself, where 40% of respondents believe that their country should remain only as a global leader.

    A source:
    gallup-international
    automatic translation
  • Revival 12 February 2020 17: 05 New
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    Well you first
  • Invoce 12 February 2020 17: 12 New
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    Surprising number of "minuses" .... belay
    The topic seems to be not acute, and there is no frank criticism.
    I would like Russia’s GDP rating to go wild, and who cares about it abroad. Maybe it doesn’t spit, a sense of pride for (his) president of his homeland is pleasant, as well as unpleasant for a feeling of shame (EBN, for example, a conductor, so to speak ...)
    In general, to focus on the fact that everyone abroad admires the president (which I doubt at all, maybe they appreciate it) - here the author went a little over and pours water on the mill of opponents of GDP.
    How they admired the merits of M. Gorbachev in Europe and the USA, so that even the medal of the US Congress was given for services to America. Is this an indicator?
    An article is provocative, if you think about its essence sad
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    Institute from the USA, who would doubt that Trump is the first laughing And who needs it, in which country they love Vladimir Vladimirovich more laughing These countries live their own lives and according to their laws. laughing
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  • Po-tzan 12 February 2020 18: 10 New
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    Well, now the whining begins, about pensioners and the road ...


    There are no comments yet, and the Olgins are already in a hurry to help, to oppose, so to speak, I am calm. laughing
  • snake 12 February 2020 19: 54 New
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    Well, now the whining begins, about pensioners and the road ...

    Well Duc ... Russia entered the top five worst countries in the world for pensioners

    Read more at RBC:
    https://www.rbc.ru/economics/19/07/2017/596f79579a794735e6cd1c13
  • Nikolay87 12 February 2020 16: 42 New
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    South Koreans do not like GDP? It's funny I would like to know why.
    1. Gardamir 12 February 2020 16: 49 New
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      Well, it is completely incomprehensible why he did not please the Jordanians.
      1. Nikolay87 12 February 2020 16: 55 New
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        Most likely, the vast majority of the population are Sunnis.
      2. 210ox 12 February 2020 16: 57 New
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        Well, look at this source of information ..
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        Quote: Gardamir
        Well, it is completely incomprehensible why he did not please the Jordanians.

        Most are Palestinians. Friendship with Israel, the salvation of Assad.
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      Nikolai87 — he doesn’t eat dogs, does he have his Koni, or what is it like, still alive? belay
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        he has his Koni,

        She died a long time ago.
    3. Mityay65 12 February 2020 16: 54 New
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      South Koreans do not like GDP? It's funny I would like to know why.

      South Koreans at all forums around the world complain to everyone about their evil fate and especially highlight 2 topics:
      - Koreans are completely unfairly accused of eating dogs, look at the Chinese, they say, the Chinese eat dogs much more than we do, and everyone talks about us. Not fair;
      - South Korea has a terrible geopolitical environment: China, S. Korea, Japan and Russia. All four are specific. How nice it would be to move such a hardworking and smart nation like South Korea to a thread in a civilized place, in Europe, or America.
      1. Nikolay87 12 February 2020 16: 58 New
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        And, that is, for them Sijinping, Shinzo Abe and Kim are in the same harness with the GDP?
        1. Mityay65 12 February 2020 17: 00 New
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          Quote: Nikolay87
          in one harness with GDP?

          Rather than these personalities, but countries and peoples - they are all evil, they do not like the South Koreans, and they want to attack them. Here are the good Americans.
  • Professor Preobrazhensky 12 February 2020 16: 44 New
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    It seems to be about our president, but for some reason it is not said how we relate to him, according to a survey.
    1. Dmitry Potapov 12 February 2020 16: 46 New
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      Scary administration of VO. FSB does not sleep!
    2. Svarog 12 February 2020 16: 50 New
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      Quote: Professor Preobrazhensky
      It seems to be about our president, but for some reason it is not said how we relate to him, according to a survey.

      They do not want to sue VTsIOM ..
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      Professor Preobrozhensky, you’re kind of an adult, they will ask the editorial staff for the truth, why did they suddenly write about MOST? So, do not wait for the numbers!
    4. Loess 12 February 2020 18: 10 New
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      Quote: Professor Preobrazhensky
      how do we feel about him

      Yes, it seems that at the elections it was clearly visible what and how.
  • Mavrikiy 12 February 2020 16: 44 New
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    Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea.
    And what have we bitten off of these?

    It turned out in which countries Putin is best treated.
    Yes it doesn’t mean anything. (Joke)
  • Thrifty 12 February 2020 16: 50 New
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    There is no data on the United States and Israel, what are the numbers? belay
  • Tank jacket 12 February 2020 16: 51 New
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    All this is a lie. Ordinary Americans and Europeans greatly respect Putin for his patriotism and charisma. And they say: “I wish we had the same president.”
    1. Revival 12 February 2020 17: 09 New
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      In addition, they would have such pensions and benefits and sn, would look at how much charisma is enough and 146%
      1. Tank jacket 12 February 2020 17: 24 New
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        Read the article! There about Putin's rating abroad!
        Here you do not have a site Retirement Review!
        1. Revival 12 February 2020 20: 29 New
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          I read the article!
          I do not need your advice.
          And he answered you this: “Ordinary Americans and Europeans greatly respect Putin for his patriotism and charisma. And they say:“ I wish we had the same president. ”
          Here and see how they would like the president with such charisma and with such appendages of “amenities” as salaries and pensions that this charisma will give them.
          And so, look at the time magazine once a year, yes ..
          1. Tank jacket 12 February 2020 20: 33 New
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            "Here and see how they are"
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            If only if mushrooms had grown in your mouth ...
            “We want this!”: Where in the world they dream of Vladimir Putin as local president
            Владимир Путин
            Photo by: kremlin.ru
            The latest Levada Center poll

            In the West, at the same time, they do not share the position of the Russians, who have ceased to trust the leader. According to some, one can only dream of a leader like Putin. Which countries would like to be precisely their congratulated by Vladimir Vladimirovich Happy New Year to the chime of the clock?

            Australia
            Not to be confused with Austria. Australia is Austria where kangaroos and koalas are. In addition to marsupials, Australia has politicians, and one of them, or rather one, the head of the One Nation party, Pauline Hanson, considers Putin an ideal president.

            “I have said more than once that I respect him. He is a patriot of his country. People love him. He does so much for Russia. So many Australians want Australia to have the same leader, ”Hanson said back in 2017.


            Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, however, did not agree with her. According to him, Russia, led by Vladimir Putin, is not at all an object of admiration.

            What about koalas? And as usual, no one asked them.

            Italy
            Echoes Australian politics and an Italian colleague. Appointed three years ago, Italy's youngest mayor Tommaso Fiazza admitted that the Russian leader is an example for him.

            Fiazzi began his political life at the age of 14, at 20 he was already the mayor of the town of Fontevivo. He claims that liberal-minded politicians have tired of his country and that it needs people who will not only speak, but also act.

            The Italian mayor wants to act as decisively as his senior colleague Vladimir Putin.

            “I think this is a politician who really supports his people and protects both your traditions and your economy. I think this is the indicator that determines the ideal of the president for me, ”admits Tommaso.

            Tommaso Fiazza
            Photo: facebook.com/tommaso.fiazza
            Despite the fact that politicians are always in abundance of opponents, no one argues with the young mayor.

            Perhaps because not everyone in the city of Fontevivo knows about our president, or maybe they just don’t want to get involved with a young energetic politician.

            It's not Australia, everyone here is very hot and ready at any moment to give you a drink or in the face. Sometimes you can get a discount on a wholesale offer.

            France
            Perhaps the most devoted fan of Vladimir Vladimirovich lives in France. The head of the far-right National Union party, Marine Le Pen, often visits Russia and has repeatedly spoken out approvingly towards our leader.

            “The European Union is to blame for everything, which has headed for isolation of Russia. Many people think that this is the same as the USSR, but Russia is not at all like the USSR. This is a huge modern country, ”said the politician.

            Marine Le Pen
            Photo: globallookpress.com
            In 2017, Le Pen wished victory to Vladimir Putin in the presidential election and noted that the whole party would like to see him at the helm of the country.

            However, the French politician did not come to the Economic Forum in Crimea, because friendship is friendship, and political reputation is apart.

            United Kingdom
            It would be nice, of course, to write that the royal family came out in support of the Russian president, but no. In this country, Putin’s interests are not defended by a politician, but by a businessman, but what!

            Former Formula 1 owner Bernie Ecclestone claimed two years ago that Putin is the greatest of all people. He does not refuse his words and regrets that the Russian leader does not have time to deal with Europe.

            “I would like him not to be very busy with proceedings that are not related to him, which are difficult to carry out.

            Bernie Ecclestone
            Photo: globallookpress.com
            He has to deal with too many things. To worry about what will happen to the world in 50 years, what will happen to global warming, the situation in Europe ... It's a shame that he does not have time to conquer Europe - that would be good, ”he said.

            And the pressure on the head of state from the West Ecclestone explains banal envy.

            “They just envy what Putin was able to achieve. The fact that he now has that he was able to do what the rest of the world only intended, ”the businessman is sure.
  • Prjanik 12 February 2020 16: 52 New
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    There were more negative reviews about the Russian president than positive ones (48 percent versus 36, that is -12 percentage points), so he has a negative rating.
    Well, not a girl and not a dime, so that everyone likes. Not the "dove of peace" Gorbachev and not the "best friend" of the West EBN, and thank God.
  • Lord of the Sith 12 February 2020 17: 00 New
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    Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea


    Everything is clear with the Finns, it’s mutual, With Korea more or less the same as the Yankees said they would relate to it, they don’t need to think at all, only produce arbeiten and produce electronics.
    Jordan...
    What is it? Somewhere in Antarctica? laughing
    Seriously, what uncle Vova did not please them? Has their glavnyuk come to your favorite callus?)))
    1. kjhg 12 February 2020 18: 23 New
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      The population of Jordan is mainly Sunnis. They initially supported revolutionary actions against Assad in Syria. There is a refugee camp in Jordan.
  • Lamata 12 February 2020 17: 03 New
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    In Kazakhstan!!! ??? Well, right now I live in Kazakhstan, in Alma-Ata (a citizen of the Russian Federation), they do not particularly support him here. Well, if only bureaucracy. All these programs of compatriots are not messy, but good so-so.
    1. axiles100682 12 February 2020 20: 30 New
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      I live in Kazakhstan and a citizen of Kazakhstan I live in central Kazakhstan. I can say the opposite, all my friends, including Kazakhs, respect and support him very much.
      1. Lamata 12 February 2020 22: 25 New
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        So opinions are different, but you lived in Russia, can you compare life in the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation?
        1. axiles100682 13 February 2020 06: 19 New
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          Almost all my relatives have already moved from Kazakhstan to Russia, and to different regions from Krasnodar to Vladivostok, but mainly Siberia, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kirov. And I was visiting them.
  • Lamata 12 February 2020 17: 03 New
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    Let them conduct an independent survey of citizens of the Russian Federation on Putin, and not in Moscow.
    1. Loess 12 February 2020 18: 11 New
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      Let them conduct an independent survey of citizens of the Russian Federation

      You still won’t believe it.
      1. Lamata 12 February 2020 18: 48 New
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        of course)))) they all lie, we’re carrying Putin’s agents !!! but do not trust the Rosstat poll
  • Shahno 12 February 2020 17: 04 New
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    Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea


    Everything is clear with the Finns, it’s mutual, With Korea more or less the same as the Yankees said they would relate to it, they don’t need to think at all, only produce arbeiten and produce electronics.
    Jordan...
    What is it? Somewhere in Antarctica? laughing
    Seriously, what uncle Vova did not please them? Has their glavnyuk come to your favorite callus?)))

    As for Jordan, I don’t know. They don’t like Jews, but they like money. So we will add the valley. .
    Ps. Well, do you want the Crimea then ... We can do a lot of that.
    1. ML-334 12 February 2020 20: 34 New
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      Pavel, without Putin, you can do little, so do not flatter yourself about this.
  • BARKAS 12 February 2020 17: 08 New
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    A separate article will probably come about how Putin is treated in China.
  • Rostislav 12 February 2020 17: 40 New
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    It does not matter who and how to vote. More important, who believes.
  • orionvitt 12 February 2020 17: 41 New
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    A positive rating in the world also have Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron.
    This is because these two, nifiga do not and do not decide anything. Wedding generals.
  • Livonetc 12 February 2020 17: 48 New
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    Well, now the whining begins, about pensioners and the road ... laughing

    There are two troubles in Russia.
    Fools and roads.
    1. Lamata 12 February 2020 20: 21 New
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      a third added, Putin and his friends.
  • Old Horseradish 12 February 2020 17: 58 New
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    Of course, I wildly apologize, but why has Putin changed so much? Until 2009, he was strong-willed, smart. And now ... mm .... hmm ...
  • Shelest2000 12 February 2020 18: 08 New
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    As it turned out, the Russian president has the highest popularity rating not in Russia,

    This has never happened and here again ... (c) wassat
  • Po-tzan 12 February 2020 18: 12 New
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    As it turned out, the Russian president has the highest popularity rating not in Russia, but in Kazakhstan, where 86 percent of those polled supported him. This is followed by Serbia with a result of 84 percent and Armenia, where 80 percent sympathize with the Russian leader. Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea.


    The article omitted the most important thing - Putin is best treated in an ordinary Russian elevator laughing

    1. dauria 12 February 2020 19: 05 New
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      Putin is best treated in an ordinary Russian elevator


      Listen, you’re tired of it already - they’re popping this video everywhere. It shows the attitude of people towards those who hung . Hang the icon on the toilet - get the same result. Curse, mate, indignation, chuckles.
      I do not favor Putin, but here those who arranged it look like scum. Or Putin ordered to hang his portrait there?
      1. Po-tzan 13 February 2020 10: 22 New
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        tired already

        Close your eyes by scrolling through posts with this video.

        Hang the icon on the toilet - get the same result.

        The fact that our elevators very often play the role of toilets is yes. But the portrait of Putin is already equated with the icon, this is something new laughing
  • Victor March 47 12 February 2020 18: 21 New
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    As it turned out, the Russian president has the highest popularity rating not in Russia, but in Kazakhstan, where 86 percent of those polled supported him. This is followed by Serbia with a result of 84 percent and Armenia, where 80 percent sympathize with the Russian leader. Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea.

    So let him be elected where he is best treated .. I think there will be no problems with citizenship .. and it’s generally surprising that V.V. is treated differently in Russia than in Finland .. He seems to have done nothing wrong with Finam ..

    It would be better if you were elected to janitors somewhere in Sri Lanka. There you would definitely have a position in the toilet in Sigiriya. Rather than sow shit here, it would be better to clean it.
  • Uran53 12 February 2020 18: 35 New
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    The best in GDP, in my opinion, are the FSA, the United Kingdom and their offshore.
  • Sergey Averchenkov 12 February 2020 18: 44 New
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    I think that Putin has fulfilled his mission - it is time to move on, and he (excuse me) is not suitable for this. But he played his role just fine. I respect him.
  • ugol2 12 February 2020 18: 47 New
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    If only to our president and clever prime minister!
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      Yes, right now !!!! how two bears get along in the Kremlin.
  • Yves762 12 February 2020 19: 08 New
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    They used to ask Dastan Zastka .. fellow ..

    Although what
    As it turned out, the Russian president has the highest popularity rating not in Russia, but in Kazakhstan, where 86 percent of those polled supported him.
    - also an interesting result .. wink ..
  • Alexga 12 February 2020 20: 33 New
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    But the question is. If the president manages his duties, then why change him. If you can not cope, then of course you need to change. This is a matter of the constitution; it doesn’t turn out that this is a natural deterioration of state control. The new president needs time to master leadership skills, that is, part of his term he will lead poorly. And the question is not the last name, maybe Petrov, Ivanov, Sidorov. What am I wrong about?
    1. sabotage 12 February 2020 22: 14 New
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      What am I wrong?

      1. If a person does not know how to lead, then he will fail in the elections. And if you know how to lead, then to develop in a new place a lot of time is not necessary.
      2. The larger the organization, the greater its inertia. Current indicators of the country's development were laid 3-5 years ago. Current momentary decisions have a much smaller impact on the results. I recommend that you pay attention to the time lag between the draft government decrees, presidential decrees and the actual timing of their launch.
      3. Coping or not coping - difficult to evaluate. To believe that for all 150 million people only one will be able to lead the country - idiocy. Evaluation of work can also be given by comparing the pace of development of a country and the pace of development of leading countries. If we keep falling behind, then the leader is doing something wrong. The head of the country should lead it forward, and not in "stability."
      4. When the president changes, his whole apparatus does not change; when the government changes, the whole apparatus, ministry employees, do not change. No need to organize the work of institutions from scratch. You just need to do leadership work, make decisions accordingly to the position.
      1. Alexga 12 February 2020 22: 22 New
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        But I’m talking about two terms and no more. Issues such as foreign policy and defense depend on this official. There should be stability. Take the example of Yeltsin, With complete failures in 1996, selected on a new one. This is about your points 1 and 3.
  • Lamata 12 February 2020 22: 57 New
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    Yes, let them watch the night league’s hockey game, where Putin scored 4 goals - That's where the “creative” is laughing disgrace in licking a guarantee ass
  • Astra55 13 February 2020 01: 51 New
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    And what do Macron, Merkel do in this rating?
  • honest people 13 February 2020 05: 04 New
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    Quote: Spectrum
    Go to the mirror and see the guilty person there. I am retired and my wife is retired and do not complain.
    And on the resource about pensions, only the penguinophilian suckers and bulk analists chew on them.
    The rest work and do not complain. Yes, I’m a pensioner and I work, but not because there is not enough pension, but because I can’t sit back at home. And those who do not work and sit on the couch, very quickly grow old both with mind and body, or they work as trolls either for money or for stupidity.

    Prigogine now pays bots to bots? wassat
  • Alexey Z 13 February 2020 05: 28 New
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    Quote: Major Yurik
    Quote: Spectrum
    "The cat left the kittens - this is Putin's fault" - the usual accusations of pan-and-legged Europendriks.

    Yeah, more often: - If a member is a little short, then Putin is to blame! negative So they strive to remember and return the "dashing 90s"

    Nibbled something?
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    Worst of all, Vladimir Vladimirovich is treated in Jordan, Finland and South Korea.


    On the one hand - unexpectedly ..
    On the other hand, recalling where the former president of the South Caucasus is now ... maybe they just do not like thieves and corrupt officials in power in these countries ??