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Ramadan for Dagestan

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At the beginning of the week, on the basis of the Decree No. XXUMX of the President of the Russian Federation, Ramazan Abdulatipov was appointed acting head of the Republic of Dagestan. At the same time, Magomedsalam Magomedov, who led the republic from February 44, lost his post. It is reported that Magomedov left his post at his own request, although rumors about his possible resignation began to slip in the Russian press a couple of weeks before official reports about this event. As a result, Magomedov and Abdulatipov exchanged cities: the first was transferred to work in the presidential Administration in Moscow, and the second went to Makhachkala to start their new activities.


Ramadan for Dagestan

On the photo - Ramazan Abdulatipov


With all the responsibility we can say that the new post of Ramazan Abdulatipov is a serious test for the 66-year-old politician. With all due respect to the personality of Ramazan Gadzhimuradovich, as well as to the personalities of his predecessors as Dagestan leader, it is worth noting that so far not a single head of Dagestan has succeeded in solving the main republican tasks with high efficiency. It cannot be said that none of the previous heads of the region tried to solve these problems, but these attempts clearly did not achieve the proper result. If someone has other considerations on this subject, today it is enough to look at dry statistics that can shed light on the situation in Dagestan.

These data indicate that Dagestan today is one of, let's say, depressed regions. With a high birth rate, there are serious economic and political problems. According to official data, the unemployment rate is about 12,9%, which is more than two times higher than the average unemployment rate in Russia. Dagestan is not among the regions in which there is an active investment. The republic is one of the last places in terms of foreign investment. Dagestan has a budget deficit, which is covered by federal subsidies. The volume of industrial growth remains very modest, even despite the fact that the Republic has everything necessary for a real production boom.

Economic instability, the lack of a sufficient number of jobs and many other factors lead to the fact that Dagestan has recently become one of the most dangerous for living regions of Russia. In 2000-x, he intercepted a bloody "palm" of neighboring Chechnya, becoming a stronghold of terrorist organizations of various directions. The intelligence services of the republic literally daily report on the destruction of the next gang of the group, but the number of extremist associations in Dagestan is not reduced. The so-called “forest brotherhood” consistently receives “fresh blood” from Dagestan youth, many of whose representatives find “consolation” in the tenets of radical Islamists, who are trying to incite entire sections of the population against republican and federal authorities. It is necessary to recognize that while they succeed in this, and in order to counter this, it is necessary to exert maximum efforts.

It is obvious that Ramazan Abdulatipov understands perfectly well what difficulties he will have to face in his new position. And until he becomes a full-fledged president, he has time to think about how he will bring Dagestan out of its current, very deplorable state. On this score, the ex-deputy himself and the ex-ambassador of Russia in Tajikistan said that he was coming to Dagestan to eradicate theft and corruption, and at the same time restore the rule of law. It is worth noting that these are very loud words, and to translate them into reality, politicians will have to sweat. Will those clans that managed to divide the Dagestan pie give the opportunity to deploy their activity machine to Abdulatipov? - The question is extremely serious.

To say that Abdulatipov, who is one of the most respected people in the republic, will come, see and win, unfortunately, is clearly not necessary. That corrupt hydra, which literally tied Dagestan hand and foot, will obviously do everything so that the next Dagestan head also plays the role of a statistician, when behind his back the criminal would continue to get everything the soul is lying on "on a silver platter kayomochkoy.

Already today quite ordinary Dagestanis on the pages of one of the republican editions publish appeals to the acting. President of Dagestan. Abdulatipov himself, in his own words, will pay special attention to these wishes in order to form his own opinion about what ordinary residents of the republic today are deprived of. So, in one of the appeals to Abdulatipov, there are words about the main task of the new leader: the task of returning to the republic of the world - the peace of both inter-ethnic and inter-confessional, and the everyday world. However, the person addressing Abdulatipov says that peace cannot be established unless decent living conditions are created in the republic.

It’s hard to disagree. After all, today Dagestan is in a vicious circle, which is composed of two fundamental problems: the relatively low standard of living of the majority of the population and a fairly strong extremist underground. The first problem feeds the second, the second - stands in the way of the resolution of the first. And, in addition, the solution of these problems loses all meaning in the presence of total corruption.

Dagestan corruption is a phenomenon that, unfortunately, fits into the general Russian trend. Trade in posts, diplomas, tenders, rights to purchase land, and even ... "crusts" of people with disabilities. Official statistics show that Dagestan is among the leading regions in the number of people with disabilities (including “fake”) in 10000 residents. Residents of the republic often take a bank loan in order to obtain a document on their disability for several members of the same family at once. “Linden” disability, as Umaisat Magomedova from the Tsumadinsky district says, today is often the only way to survive in the absence of work. Survive on state benefits.

The detrimental situation when corruption crime at the top of the region gives rise to, so to speak, corruption crime in everyday life. Corruption breeds corruption, which leads to economic paralysis of the republic, which could become both a breadbasket, a health resort, and a blacksmith shop not only in the North Caucasus, but also in Russia as a whole.

It turns out that Abdulatipov, if he is not going to repeat the mistakes of his predecessors, should not seek compromises on the ground, but bend his line from beginning to end. But to say is one thing, to do is another. The same clan leaders obviously do not want to suddenly go on the rails of legitimate business, legal policy. After all, where there is a law, it is necessary to work, and who of the Dagestan "godfathers" is used to it. So say: Ramazan, you say that you need to start working honestly? Well, I do not! Dudka, Ramazan. We respect you as a person, but you also understand us, brother. We would have to collect the cream, and divide the cream between them, and you breed your philosophy here ...

Today, many media outlets are publishing materials on this subject, which boil down to the fact that Abdulatipov is most likely not the person who is needed in this situation for Dagestan. They say that it was necessary not to appoint a professor and a diplomat as an acting, but at least a combat general who would bring order to Dagestan with an iron hand.

So it would have brought? .. The combat general has been heading Ingushetia for more than four years, but so far, unfortunately, with an “iron hand” leading to economic prosperity, things are not the best here ... Without detracting from the merits of Yunus-Bek Evkurov, I would like to note that sometimes “combat generals” are powerless against the circumstances prevailing in the field.

In this regard, we will not get ahead of ourselves in the a priori assessment of Abdulatipov’s activity at his new post, and sincerely wish Ramazan Gadzhimuradovich good luck in his difficult task. Oh, not easy! ..
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  1. Mitek
    Mitek 30 January 2013 08: 35
    18
    It seems to me that how many do not change the leaders there will be no sense. In order for the changes to occur, the state must change. When the principle of inevitability and adequacy of punishment is implemented, everything will fall into place.
    People see how many bureaucrats steal and the fact that nothing happens to them for this. People see that killing someone in Moscow can take refuge in Dagestan or Chechnya and again nothing will happen. About Serdyukov with his woman and talk disgusting. That's when the bureaucrats, cops, judges, prosecutors who sold the car 2 minutes before the accident, when confiscation is introduced, will really be planted for a long time, only then there will be shifts in the minds of people.
    1. Frigate
      Frigate 30 January 2013 09: 26
      +3
      Quote: Mitek
      It seems to me that how many do not change the leaders there will be no sense. In order for the changes to occur, the state must change. When the principle of inevitability and adequacy of punishment is implemented, everything will fall into place.
      People see how many bureaucrats steal and the fact that nothing happens to them for this. People see that killing someone in Moscow can take refuge in Dagestan or Chechnya and again nothing will happen. About Serdyukov with his woman and talk disgusting. That's when the bureaucrats, cops, judges, prosecutors who sold the car 2 minutes before the accident, when confiscation is introduced, will really be planted for a long time, only then there will be shifts in the minds of people.

      I think so too. In general, in order to be more effective, it is necessary that everyone has a conscience, each person, that people change their worldview
      1. ughhh
        ughhh 30 January 2013 11: 34
        0
        who is to change the worldview, Serdyukov? hahaha
        1. Normal
          Normal 30 January 2013 22: 41
          -1
          Quote: ughhh

          who is to change their worldview,

          THE PRESIDENT! As soon as the supreme one changes his worldview (this is me in the order of delirium or fiction), the rest of the people will gladly do the same (except for 10%)
      2. starpom
        starpom 30 January 2013 12: 34
        +7
        Quote: Frigate
        so that everyone has a conscience

        Starting from '93, conscience is an additional option, and not everyone has enough money for it.
    2. Z.A.M.
      Z.A.M. 30 January 2013 10: 38
      +4
      Mitek
      Quote: Mitek
      It seems to me that how much do not change managers will not be confused


      "As a result, Magomedov and Abdulatipov changed cities: the first was transferred to work in the Presidential Administration in Moscow, and the second left for Makhachkala to start his new activities. "

      Nonce, this is called - rotation.
      We have a choice - to laugh or, again, to go nuts (it's soft ...).
      1. INTER
        INTER 30 January 2013 12: 19
        0
        NEXT temporary permutation! Most likely someone is being prepared there. Think about it for 66 years! yes
        1. Apollo
          Apollo 30 January 2013 12: 24
          0
          Quote: INTER
          Most likely someone is being prepared there. Think about it for 66 years!


          hi In your opinion, whom winked so what, that he 66, Vladimir Putin signed a decree not so long ago on the extension of age for officials.
          1. INTER
            INTER 30 January 2013 12: 53
            0
            Remember the moment with Mukhu Aliyev. Similarity is visible!
          2. Yarbay
            Yarbay 31 January 2013 00: 50
            +1
            Quote: Apollon
            In your opinion, who and what, that he is 66, Vladimir Putin signed a decree not so long ago on the extension of age for officials.

            Baaa, the regiment of moderators arrived))))))))
            Congratulations to Apollo with a raise)))))))
    3. valerei
      valerei 30 January 2013 13: 56
      +2
      Mitek, First you should be jailed, with all the subsequent actions of your own friends and relatives, who steal and are involved in corruption. This applies to all of Russia, and not only, for example, to Dagestan. But for this you need to be a state person, i.e. putting the interests of Russia above the interests of any relative or friend. For 25 years of "perestroika" I saw only hints of our President's attempt to be a state man - the Serdyukov case. But, most likely, Serdyukov himself is to blame for this matter: he completely lost his temper and lost all fear. He stole far from rank. Well, what about Dagestan, then Abdulatipov will not pull. And it will not pull in every sense: both in its mentality and in the slammer of its relatives and friends-acquaintances. I beg your pardon for the banal comment. - everything I said has long been imposed in my teeth.
  2. DERWISH
    DERWISH 30 January 2013 08: 47
    +2
    do not believe, in our Krasnodar Territory they put slot machines again, and recently I saw thimbles on the market in general, I won’t go to vote for Putin !!!!
    1. sanyabasik
      sanyabasik 30 January 2013 09: 10
      +2
      Quote: DERWISH
      I’m not going to vote for Putin anymore

      did you go before? eh, in vain I plyusanul .. laughing
      but for the "epiphany" ++
    2. valokordin
      valokordin 30 January 2013 09: 57
      +1
      Quote: DERWISH
      do not believe, in our Krasnodar Territory they put slot machines again, and recently I saw thimbles in the market in general, I won’t go to vote for Putin anymore !!

      The Krasnodar Territory, respected Dervish, along with other southern regions, is a hotbed of corruption throughout the country, as I recall Ustinov, as well as the former Kushchevsky prosecutor and his friends, we can immediately conclude that combating this evil is not very effective.
    3. zambo
      zambo 30 January 2013 09: 58
      +5
      It turns out we have Putin and is responsible for the thimbles !? Refer to Tkachev ...
      1. Z.A.M.
        Z.A.M. 30 January 2013 10: 46
        +2
        zambo

        Quote: zamboy
        It turns out we have Putin and the thimbles thrown out!?


        Smiled.
        Dear Putin, we have NEVER not responding. And for no one ...
        1. zambo
          zambo 30 January 2013 11: 36
          +1
          Putin is with us, not responsible for anything. And for no one ...
          He smiled even more.
          Dear, if Putin didn’t answer for anything and for anyone, there would be no country anymore.
          1. INTER
            INTER 30 January 2013 12: 23
            +3
            Quote: zamboy
            He smiled even more.
            Dear, if Putin didn’t answer for anything and for anyone, there would be no country anymore.

            You say it right! For a long time and besides with giblets! And now, let him let this prosperous shusher get the opportunity to take on the role of a helmsman; in a year from the state only history will remain. Which will later be rewritten soon!
  3. Byordovvv1
    Byordovvv1 30 January 2013 08: 52
    11
    Clanism in the Caucasus has always been and will be, it is already in the blood of the people. Only someone from the Family has occupied a significant position, but right there, all who are lower in rank are replaced by relatives of the new boss. This was not and was not among the Russians, who occupied at least some senior positions in any of the Union republics of the USSR. The Russians, fleeing genocide, and there can be no other concept, were forced to leave the national republics of the former USSR. The order in the republics of the Caucasus and other national republics of Russia can be brought in only one way, by replacing the key leadership positions from the titular nation of the republics in the Russians, it will not work otherwise!
    1. zambo
      zambo 30 January 2013 09: 59
      +3
      I agree to all 100%!
    2. Lakkuchu
      Lakkuchu 30 January 2013 10: 52
      +3
      Quote: Byordovvv1
      The order in the republics of the Caucasus and other national republics of Russia can be brought in only one way, by replacing the key leadership positions from the titular nation of the republics in the Russians, it will not work otherwise!

      Just replacing the leaders with the Russians will not do anything. It is not a matter of the leader’s nationality, corruption is no less in the Russian regions and clanism is also flourishing, even in the highest echelons of power and we all know about it. For example, in Dagestan, the second chief prosecutor is already Russian, translated if I am not mistaken from the Chelyabinsk region, so what ?! Never mind! Sits guarding his office. The FSB is led by Russians. In recent years, so many high-profile, resonant murders of politicians, journalists, religious figures and almost no crime have been uncovered. Khloponin put the envoy a lot of sense ?!
      1. Byordovvv1
        Byordovvv1 30 January 2013 11: 43
        +2
        This is called Ruslan - total corruption in the country, everywhere, from the housing and communal services to the very top. While there will be people like Vasilyeva and the like, resting under house arrest in their royal chambers, an improvement in life in the country is not expected in the near future.
        1. INTER
          INTER 30 January 2013 12: 35
          0
          Quote: Byordovvv1

          This is called Ruslan - total corruption in the country, everywhere, from the housing and communal services to the very top. While there will be people like Vasilyeva and the like, resting under house arrest in their royal chambers, an improvement in life in the country is not expected in the near future.

          Vyacheslav, and you could name an alternative to these people, and is there any guarantee that if they feel power they will not get intoxicated. Although I am optimistic, in our country we have few people who can refuse 1 billion bucks for the sake of the country, I can say their units! As a rule, they are either not noticeable because of their modesty or they are not at the top, and people tend to love those who praise and motivate them. what
          1. Normal
            Normal 30 January 2013 23: 05
            0
            Quote: Lakkuchu
            corruption in the Russian regions is no less and clanism is also flourishing, even in the highest echelons of power, and we all know about it.

            Quote: Byordovvv1
            This is called Ruslan - total corruption in the country, everywhere, from the housing and communal services to the very top.

            Quote: INTER
            Although I am optimistic, in our country we have few people who can refuse 1 billion bucks for the sake of the country, I can say a few of them!

            Corruption, clannishness .... Everywhere and everywhere .... Yard bucks ....
            Although I am a pissimist, I believe that there are always more normal, honest people. Another thing is that the thieves, in all its manifestations, are now on horseback and this happened not without the active participation of the authorities, the SUPREME AUTHORITY.
            Judge for yourself; what official from the very top do not name - a thief. It is enough to compare official revenues with real expenses. We are talking about Serdyukov only because the site is military-patriotic. And Yakunin with his Russian Railways ?, and Shuvalov? But whoever you take as an udder, everyone has a snout smeared with jam. And what, does the President know nothing? Do not make me laugh...
            As Khazin said, 10% will be stolen always and everywhere, no matter what. 10% will never be stolen under any circumstances. The rest of 80% will act as accepted. Accepted to steal - will participate. It is customary to be honest - they will be.
            That is why it is not customary for us to be honest? BUT? What do you think?
      2. Byordovvv1
        Byordovvv1 30 January 2013 12: 08
        +1
        Quote: Lakkuchu
        Khloponin put the envoy a lot of sense ?!

        This is still that liberal policy of placing top managers on top posts, or rather nouveau riche, in the hope that he himself has become rich and will be able to make everyone and everyone around rich. Alas, our nouveau riche and became them, thanks to bribery and bribes.
        1. Lakkuchu
          Lakkuchu 30 January 2013 12: 28
          +2
          When appointing Khloponin, the Kremlin hoped that it would be able to attract investment in the region, it seems to have worked successfully in Krasnoyarsk, but the Caucasus is not the Krasnoyarsk Territory, it’s much more difficult here who will invest in a turbulent region, business loves silence, stability, and that’s just that and no, only theft and violence are stable.
      3. INTER
        INTER 30 January 2013 12: 29
        +1
        Quote: Byordovvv1
        Clanism in the Caucasus has always been and will be, it is already in the blood of the people. Only someone from the Family has occupied a significant position, but right there, all who are lower in rank are replaced by relatives of the new boss. This was not and was not among the Russians, who occupied at least some senior positions in any of the Union republics of the USSR. The Russians, fleeing genocide, and there can be no other concept, were forced to leave the national republics of the former USSR. The order in the republics of the Caucasus and other national republics of Russia can be brought in only one way, by replacing the key leadership positions from the titular nation of the republics in the Russians, it will not work otherwise!

        No offense will be said, but I will say straight! They are banged before they begin their work. And if not, then those whom he will put in key places will bang. And without a team, he is not a warrior in the field! The only option is tight financial control of the allocated funds and their intended use. If so, put anyone in his place, the result will be. And the order that will not get what he wants will disappear like a flea from a dead dog. yes yes yes
    3. wax
      wax 30 January 2013 15: 45
      0
      replacing the key leadership positions from the titular nation of the republics in the Russians, it will not work otherwise!

      Not so, it will lead to even more blood. Then you need to go straight ahead to the Governor General. But this is impossible now. The USSR experience is better suited - local-Russian sparka.
    4. tungus-meteorit
      tungus-meteorit 30 January 2013 23: 45
      0
      And of course, these Russians will not take bribes and will live separately from the natives? ;) How are the same Russian officials on Rublevka? :) My questions to you also contain the answer: that is, nothing will change, but it could become even worse if these Russians, in addition to everything else, do not even know the local peculiarities and traditions. It is necessary to solve all problems diplomatically and comprehensively, and not to cut off the shoulder. And then there will be order. Though not soon.
  4. fenix57
    fenix57 30 January 2013 08: 59
    +6
    I do not understand! explain! Magomedsalam Magomedov has been removed from the post of president of Dagestan, and will be in charge of issues related to interethnic relations in the presidential administration. They are removed for the lawlessness in the republic and is appointed .... for what ??? So for the intrigues are undercover. what
    1. bairat
      bairat 30 January 2013 09: 25
      +3
      Yes, this is normal for the Russian Federation. The Minister of Internal Affairs was removed from us in connection with numerous scandals related to the torture of detainees, and we were appointed vice-prime minister of the Tatarstan government.
  5. borisst64
    borisst64 30 January 2013 09: 06
    +9
    Whether it is Chechnya, not like Dagestan. They showed a family that fled to Turkey in 1995, and now returned to Grozny, and they were provided with a 2-level apartment for 6 rooms, with gilded furniture and full furnishings - these are friends for our money, for the blood of our soldiers. If we also "calm down" Dagestan in the same way ........
    1. valokordin
      valokordin 30 January 2013 10: 01
      +2
      Quote: borisst64
      Whether it is Chechnya, not like Dagestan. They showed a family that fled to Turkey in 1995, and now returned to Grozny, and they were provided with a 2-level apartment for 6 rooms, with gilded furniture and full furnishings - these are friends for our money, for the blood of our soldiers. If we also "calm down" Dagestan in the same way ........

      Well, I think Ramadan will not allow this, and even to help him with a deputy or even higher than Magomed Tolboev, this wonderful person and still Hero of Russia
      1. INTER
        INTER 30 January 2013 12: 37
        0
        Quote: valokordin
        Well, I think Ramadan will not allow this, and even to help him with a deputy or even higher than Magomed Tolboev, this wonderful person and still Hero of Russia

        Ramadan is an experienced politician, but gentle for this region! yes
  6. omsbon
    omsbon 30 January 2013 09: 59
    +3
    Nevertheless, I would like to hope that in Dagestan there are sane people who want to work honestly more than morons who want to kill and be killed!
    I wish Abdulatipova R.G. success in his difficult task ..
    1. Lakkuchu
      Lakkuchu 30 January 2013 10: 59
      +2
      Andrei, good afternoon!
      Do not hesitate, there are much more sane ones.
      1. omsbon
        omsbon 31 January 2013 03: 23
        0
        Hi Ruslan, good to see you in good health!
  7. Chicot 1
    Chicot 1 30 January 2013 10: 17
    +3
    Replacing sewed on soap. No more. This castling will not give any real positive results. Its actual value is practically zero ...
    Dagestan (as well as Chechnya) needs not a "local cadre" (especially the Yeltsin spill), but a Russian "governor-general". And preferably at the level of Ermolov ...
  8. predator.3
    predator.3 30 January 2013 10: 19
    +4
    "... The same clan leaders clearly do not wish to suddenly switch to the tracks of legitimate business, legitimate politics. After all, where the law is, need to work, and who of the Dagestan "godfathers" I’m used to it. So they will say: Ramadan, you say that you need to start working honestly? Well, I do not! Pipes, Ramadan. We respect you as a person, but you also understand us, brother. We would to collect the cream, and to share this cream between you ... "

    It is interesting, and what does the Caucasian youth in Russian cities do (that is, where and by whom does it work)?
    Recently I went to the district department of the Federal Migration Service (I changed my passport, I hit 45), so my mother does not worry! so many southern, hot guys and all for Russian passports!
    1. Lakkuchu
      Lakkuchu 30 January 2013 11: 45
      0
      No, apparently they fought for it!
      A schoolboy, Andrei Zubkov, was found on the banks of the Voronezh reservoir: 21 stabs, the rest with grooved boots. He was mother Adyghe: black hair, slanting eyes. From childhood, an unfortunate child who lived with one grandmother was bullied in the yard: “Chechen, Chechen!”
      Grandmother Antonina Fedorovna:
      - He shouted: "I am Russian, my last name is Zubkov!" - and they just laughed: "You're lying, Zubkov is a non-Russian surname .."

      Since 2004, 350 skinheads have killed! And the attacks, that is, unfinished, failed killings - 1500!
      And these years, skinheads carved a swastika on the body of the victims - St. Petersburg, the gang of Dima Kisly. They thrust an iron pin into the woman’s eye - Yekaterinburg, a Tatar from Bashkiria stood at a bus stop; skinheads beat her, poured vodka into their throats and shouted: “We hate you, non-Russians!”
      1. wax
        wax 30 January 2013 15: 53
        0
        Awful. I want to cry. What nationalist firebox lit the destroyers of the USSR. Shahrai, if not confused, was among those who tried the CPSU for national politics. In fact, the situation requires a tough unified leadership, as it was in France under De Gaulle, for five years.
  9. DAGESTAN333
    DAGESTAN333 30 January 2013 10: 27
    +3
    says he is coming to Dagestan to eradicate theft and corruption, and at the same time restore the rule of law
    - if you give him to guard the platoon of special forces of the GRU and the company of paratroopers, form a special analytical center on the spot ... and then ... he has a chance.

    Dagestan is waiting ... we just hope that lawlessness will decrease.
    1. SPQR1977
      SPQR1977 30 January 2013 13: 33
      +1
      It’s ridiculous. one crest was removed to put another) in Dagestan, direct control should be introduced from Moscow.
      1. DAGESTAN333
        DAGESTAN333 30 January 2013 14: 40
        -2
        What do you mean by "comb"?
        1. SPQR1977
          SPQR1977 31 January 2013 10: 55
          +1
          Scallop !!! eprst))) wink a general, but you don’t understand ... And in general, why did I replace the flag with this aglit rag? (this is a question for administrators)
  10. Apollo
    Apollo 30 January 2013 11: 14
    0
    Ramazan Gadzhimuradovich is not just a politician, but an experienced politician on a federal scale + has great charisma. This is one of the key signs, since Dagestan is one of the most difficult regions of the country. This is not a complete list of the federation subject.
    Avars
    and the Cesian peoples included in them ---
    Didoytsy
    Ginuhtsy
    Gunzibians
    Bezhtintsy
    Hvarshins
    as well as Andean peoples ----
    The andes
    Ahvahtsi
    Bagulaly
    Botlikhtsy
    Godoberins
    Karatintsy
    Tyndals
    Chamalaly
    Kubachin
    Archintsy

    Dargins
    Kumyks
    Lezgins
    · Laks
    · Tabasarans
    Nogai
    · Rutulians
    Aguls
    · Tsakhurs
    · Tats
    In my opinion, Ramazan Abdulatipov traveled to the region, met with elders and activists, and district leaders. It seems to me that with the support of him, he agreed to this post. As for the phrase VRIO, it’s clear that this is a trial period established by V.V. Putin, Ramadan Abdulatipov.

    Aleksey is here for just this quote.+ I'm not talking about the review

    quotation-Ingushetia for more than four years, the military general has been leading, but so far, unfortunately, with an “iron hand” leading to economic prosperity, things are not going well here ... Without at all diminishing the merits of Yunus-Bek Evkurov, I want to note that sometimes "Military generals" are powerless against prevailing local circumstances.
    sometimes a citizen is worse than the battlefield! yes Thanks Alex good
  11. Farvil
    Farvil 30 January 2013 11: 20
    +3
    you need to start with Moscow all the big hydra here.
  12. kruplen
    kruplen 30 January 2013 11: 45
    +1
    It’s interesting if, if the Dag are deported from Russian cities to Dagestan, close the border (leave the possibility of foreign trade) and stop state subsidies, can they organize and organize life? or kill each other, die of hunger (Stone Age)?
    1. INTER
      INTER 30 January 2013 13: 45
      -1
      Quote: kruplen
      It’s interesting if, if the Dag are deported from Russian cities to Dagestan, close the border (leave the possibility of foreign trade) and stop state subsidies, can they organize and organize life? or kill each other, die of hunger (Stone Age)?

      They can! But given the fact that they will be allowed to receive and sell their oil. The fact is that the economy of Dagestan is shadow, basically I will assume the ratio 3/1. If of course they can! And so it’s all a matter of practice. what
    2. SPQR1977
      SPQR1977 31 January 2013 11: 05
      +1
      Don't be afraid ... they won't die ... and even more so of hunger ... by the way, where are these "Russian cities"? don't make people laugh, go read books.)
  13. sergskak
    sergskak 30 January 2013 12: 52
    +1
    Ramazan AbdulatipovFrom 1966 to 1970 he served in the Soviet Army, the Armed Forces of the USSR, as a foreman of the medical service. After being transferred to the reserve, he worked as a fireman, and later headed the training and sports department of the Dagestan regional council of the Urozhay sports society, and the head of the medical center at the Chiryurt phosphoric salts plant in Kizilyurt.(Wikipedia) Come and take a look at the track record. This is a very respected person who knows the situation and I hope to cope with problems. Good luck to him!
  14. UrraletZ
    UrraletZ 30 January 2013 12: 59
    +1
    Abdulatipov is a man of the democrats of the 90s, and is a compromise figure between the local nobility and the Kremlin, such as Yevkurov in Ingushetia. There will be no sense from him.
    1. Yarbay
      Yarbay 31 January 2013 03: 36
      +1
      Quote: UrraletZ
      There will be no sense from him.

      Corruption will be easier, many know him, many are friendly !!
  15. fenix57
    fenix57 30 January 2013 13: 40
    +1
    Quote: Apollon
    Ramazan Gadzhimuradovich is not just a politician, but an experienced politician on a federal scale +

    One side, and the other: Magomedov’s resignation followed due to a complete loss of manageability, poverty of a significant part of the population, unemployment, corruption, and the cutting of federal money. And after that he was appointed head of the presidential administration for nat. politics. see http: //www.utro.ru/articles/2013/01/29/1097877.shtml Yeah ...
    1. Lakkuchu
      Lakkuchu 30 January 2013 13: 57
      +3
      By appointing him to another post, the Kremlin is trying to preserve its own face, because Magomedova was not appointed by Obama ..., more simply, a good mine with a bad game. This applies not only to this case.
    2. Apollo
      Apollo 30 January 2013 21: 22
      0
      Quote: fenix57
      And after that he was appointed head of the presidential administration for nat. politics.


      this is a tactical move by V.V. Putin so that the people of Magomedov do not meet and put sticks in the wheels of Ramazan Abdulatipov.
  16. vovas
    vovas 30 January 2013 15: 35
    0
    The Kremlin cannot save anything. and the main thing is to do .. Mr. Serdyukov, too, Mr. PU appointed and DAMA he too. This is a dirty policy with blood, ordinary people. Unemployment, let them build a branch of AvtoVAZ and work.
  17. wax
    wax 30 January 2013 15: 56
    +1
    The staffing problem has become critical.
  18. Apollo
    Apollo 30 January 2013 23: 07
    +2
    Acting head of Dagestan dismissed the government of the republic
    http://ria.ru/politics/20130130/920544482.html

    of this. to be expected.

    The acting head of Dagestan, Abdulatipov, submitted to the National Assembly of the Republic the candidacy of Mukhidov Mukhtar Murtuzalievich to agree to be appointed chairman of the government of the Republic of Dagestan.

    RIA Novosti http://ria.ru/politics/20130130/920551533.html#ixzz2JUFeyNcu

    Mukhtar Murtuzalievich Mejidov (born 14 on May 1962, the village of Urakhi, Sergokalinsky district, Dagestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic) politician, banker, businessman, philanthropist. One of the founders and patriarchs of the business and banking system of Dagestan. He owned 30% of the capital of the largest Russian CB “CREDO BANK”.
    By nationality - Dargin.
    In May 2009, he was appointed First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Dagestan.
    Since March 2010, he has been Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Dagestan.

    http://www.government-rd.ru/person/_18/bio