Prominent figures of the virtually invisible non-systemic opposition — Gudkov and Navalny — are eager for local elections. At the governor and mayor posts, respectively.
In fact, local government is not only and not so much politics, but rather a very complex economy - infrastructure, repairs, roads, sewage systems are the same. In fact, they warned: choosing a person who does not possess any economic experience as the head of the region, then they should not blame the sewer system. They promised you about freedom, but nobody promised anything about sewage.
Fortunately, the opposition already has relevant experience. Just over a year ago, Mr. Urlashov was elected mayor of Yaroslavl. Fighting the bloody regime, Urlashov, who quietly worked as a local member of United Russia, began shortly before the elections, accusing this regime of the death of Yaroslavl Lokomotiv and, on this basis, solemnly broke with United Russia.
Speculation on tragedy, on blood - this is actually a lot of scum. One way or another, a clever demagogue with zero economic experience began to work as mayor. However, not for long. Therefore, it did not come down to major problems with sewage. Pravdorub fell on the criminal case.
From the recording of a telephone conversation:
-When does he give the money? Everyone keeps their promises, only this one ... does nothing ....
-Call him tomorrow and say: "You must bring what you owe."
- And tell him: "You are the only one who dishonors people."
- I told him that today.
- Well, let him carry the money.
From the movie "12 chairs":
-And 200 rubles can not save the giant of thought?
- Lord, I think bargaining is not appropriate here!
Fighters for people's happiness, I remember, were very fond of threatening Putin with the Arab spring and pointing at Egypt and Libya. As for Libya, the terrible experience of this richest country in North Africa for a long time looks inspiring. And now Egypt!
The Muslim Brotherhood - the radical Islamists who came to power in Egypt in the wake of mass discontent, crushed the Constitution, carried away with the reforms, collapsed the economy, and caused even more mass discontent. After that, the army took over. Now their leaders are forced to choose between a bloody civil war, a prison or a flight from the country.
What do Urlashov, Navalny and Islamist leaders have in common? And they have in common - the level of competence in matters of government. And the attitude towards this state and its population, to put it mildly, is consumer. Ours, however, while on the Constitution do not threaten - are limited to the criminal case. But so far.