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Emergency Master ("The Economist", UK)

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A reliable and loyal Minister of Defense is the only one who has worked continuously in the government since the collapse of the Soviet Union. He may become the next president.

On October Vladimir Putin’s birthday in October, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu brought him a present: the latest summary of the Russian military campaign in Syria. Among other things, it was reported that cruise missiles launched from the Caspian Sea region hit targets at a distance of almost 1,500 kilometers. “We know how complicated such operations are,” Putin said approvingly. The couple celebrated their birthday by playing hockey in their amateur club. Putin scored seven goals, and Shoigu another one into the bargain. Their team won a landslide victory.

When Shoigu at the end of 2012 took over the reins of the Ministry of Defense, his partnership with Putin shifted from the hockey rink to other areas. The Russian armed forces have become the main instrument of Putin’s foreign policy. In the Crimea, in the east of Ukraine, on the borders of the airspace of NATO, and now in Syria, Russia demonstrates its power unexpectedly effectively. Under Shoigu, the Russian army "shows such fighting efficiency, organization and skill in logistical support issues that we have not seen before," said Evelyn Farkas, who until recently worked in the Pentagon as head of the Russian direction.

But Shoigu is not just a new Russian defense minister. In his 60 years, he is three years younger than Putin and is the main long-liver in the Russian government, working there from the 1990 year, that is, before the collapse of the Soviet Union. At that time, an unknown Putin was working in the city hall of St. Petersburg. Shoigu received fame as head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations (MES), which is a paramilitary rescue service with extensive powers. He himself created this ministry and headed it almost 22 of the year. Skillfully maneuvering in the labyrinths of the Russian bureaucracy, Shoigu gained power and popularity without making himself visible enemies. “There’s no one in the ruling class,” says Yevgeny Minchenko, an analyst for the Russian elite, who studies the Russian elite. - This is absolutely unprecedented история».

Russia is a country of emergency situations, starting with droughts and forest fires, and ending with sinking submarines, apartment bombings and dramas with hostages in schools. The latest incident was the crash of a chartered plane in the sky over the Sinai Peninsula, which could have been a terrorist act. It is therefore not surprising that the Minister of Emergency Situations has become one of the most famous figures in Russian politics. Although Shoigu does not belong to Putin’s cohort of former KGB officers from St. Petersburg, he is a confidant of the president’s inner circle. Minchenko, who annually publishes the 2.0 Politburo report, which diverges a large number of copies, puts Shoigu in second place in terms of influence after the head of the presidential administration, Sergei Ivanov. When important decisions are made such as operations in Ukraine or in Syria, Shoigu becomes indispensable. He is loyal, competent and popular, and therefore is one of the few potential successors to Putin.

Shoigu grew up in southern Siberia, in the little-known republic of Tuva. He loved sports, fights in the yard and risky stunts, jumping in the spring from ice to ice on the mighty Yenisei. Because of such antics, he was given the nickname "Shaitan". After receiving an engineering degree in Krasnoyarsk and carrying out a number of successful construction projects, in 1990, Shoigu was transferred by decision of the leadership of the Communist Party to Moscow. Having worked in the architectural committee, he became the head of the new at that time rescue corps, turning it into a highly efficient organization, which eventually became known as the Ministry of Emergency Situations. He also displayed inflexible fidelity, coming to the aid of Boris Yeltsin after the coup attempt in August 1991, and then during the constitutional crisis in October 1993.

In the chaos of 90, Shoigu reassured him with his presence and work and gave confidence. Along with extinguishing fires and eliminating the consequences of catastrophes, he mediated conflicts in South Ossetia, Tajikistan, and Chechnya. In 1999, when Yeltsin was preparing to transfer power to Putin, his team chose Shoigu to head the new political party, Unity, which was later transformed into United Russia, which is the ruling party today. Yeltsin called Shoigu "our brightest star."

When Putin came to power, his strategists had to introduce an amorphous new leader to society. Former Kremlin adviser Gleb Pavlovsky says that the administration “consciously built” Putin’s image in part in the image and likeness of Shoigu. “Putin also had to be made a lifeguard,” he says. Shoigu, who never showed a desire to engage in party politics, wisely decided to leave the center of the stage. As Pavlovsky says, he understood that "one log of two bears will not hold."

Instead, Shoigu began to rub in confidence. In 2000, he gave Putin a black Labrador Kony, who became the president’s favorite dog. He accompanied Putin in his adventures and trips, when he courageously posed with a naked torso. As a true patriot, he spent his holidays in Russian forests, and not on the beaches of France. Putin and Shoigu have a common interest in history. Shoigu became president of the Russian Geographical Society, which was founded in the Tsarist era, then revived and today is the club of the Russian elite.



Officer and gentleman

When the previous Minister of Defense Anatoly Serdyukov fell out of favor, Putin put the armed forces in the hands of Shoigu. Serdyukov began the urgently needed reforms in the army, but the generals turned against him. Shoigu basically kept the changes made, but at the same time restored morale. “Under Shoigu, the army began to believe in itself,” says Mikhail Khodaryonok, editor-in-chief of the defense newspaper Military Industrial Courier.

Shoigu focused his efforts on improving combat readiness, as well as on public relations. He began to conduct exercises and surprise checks more often, says Dmitry Gorenburg, an expert on the Russian army at Harvard University. His first decisions, such as an order to abandon the archaic soldiers' footwomen and go on socks, helped restore the reputation of the army, which was constantly ridiculed in the post-Soviet period.

At the beginning, his pragmatism also helped in establishing relations with the West. Shoigu warmly called by the name of the then US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. “If many of the leaders of the Russian security agencies tried to erect barriers by default, then he seemed to like to break through them,” said former Deputy Defense Minister Derek Chollet.

The Ukrainian crisis put an end to such familiarity. When Putin decided to seize the Crimea, Shoigu sent his deputy Oleg Belaventsev to lead the invasion. (Now Belaventsev is the presidential plenipotentiary in the Crimea.) Shoigu came in handy experience in crisis situations. “The Crimean operation showed the world a new Russian army,” says Minchenko. “And Shoigu became the symbol of this army.”

9, on the day of the 70 anniversary of the victory of the Soviet Union over Nazi Germany, Russian television cameras focused on a black open car, which Shoigu drove into Red Square. Dressed in uniform with all the military regalia, the minister crossed himself while driving through the Kremlin tower. Such an extremely unusual gesture apparently should have removed all questions about the religious affiliation of Shoigu, who is half Tuvinian, half Russian. Now, new questions and assumptions have appeared: will fate give him a higher post?



Extreme emergency

The Russian political system is relentlessly pursuing the question of what will happen after Putin. The strength of presidential power is partly based on the no-alternative idea. If a real second number appears, it will be “the beginning of a game that Putin fears because he cannot control it,” says Pavlovsky.

But if such a short-list exists, the name Shoigu certainly appears there. He remains the most trusted and most popular politician who is not appointed by Putin. He is not involved in scandals, and he has a relatively clean reputation. (Fighter against corruption Alexei Navalny accused Shoigu of building a tasteless pagoda-style house for 18 million dollars, but Shoigu’s representatives denied the accusations.) Shoigu has long denied that he has any political ambitions. But it can be good for him. "Obviously, he does not want to climb up the slippery pillar," said Mark Galeotti, a Russian researcher at New York University. “And that’s why he may end up at the top.” When an extreme emergency arises, Russia may well turn to its first main rescuer.
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  1. Vladimyrych
    Vladimyrych 13 November 2015 18: 57 New
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    Good luck Sergey Kuzhugetovich in the defense of the Fatherland!
    1. Baikonur
      Baikonur 13 November 2015 19: 02 New
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      Indeed, in fact, at the end of the reign of a wooden jacket in the army, despair and anger were already coming!
      And Shoigu came - and everyone was relieved (seeing how he did and raised the Ministry of Emergencies), and then at all - they perked up with the SPIRIT! There was light at the end of the tunnel! And everyone got up and went towards him with a confident marching step, a march!
      Hello. I wish you, Comrade Marshal!
      1. MIKHAN
        MIKHAN 13 November 2015 19: 05 New
        +1
        Shoigu is a human performer ... (I will be the president)))))
        1. Aleksandr Tot
          Aleksandr Tot 13 November 2015 22: 51 New
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          Meehan, judging by the shoulder straps attached to your avatar, you are a celestial.
          Probably something is crooked in the procedure for assigning regalia to VO if the "celestial" throws something like that through his lip.
          1. Yuyuka
            Yuyuka 13 November 2015 23: 14 New
            +9
            Probably something is crooked in the procedure for assigning regalia to VO if the "celestial" throws something like that through his lip.
            I agree, somehow awkwardly invented the assignment of titles - not for achievements, but rather for the length of service. You’ll also throw a few words at you for a hundred of such “nothing” bells and whistles. Can something be changed at the conservatory? (C)
            1. Oman 47
              Oman 47 13 November 2015 23: 49 New
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              Do you know a healthy male garage community ?!
              My garage neighbor is, on the one hand, the district deputy prosecutor; on the other, a senior citizen (he’s still a horse in apples!), directly opposite, a middle-handed bargainer; obliquely - ordinary railroad workers in low ranks.
              On weekends, it happens, we play backgammon, we drink our homemade screw, we mutil kebab. Normal is such a men's club.
              No one knocks on his chest with his heel about his "greatness", coolness and bags of dough; not measured in pips (steepness of a car).

              CONCLUSION:
              1. I believe that in VO should be something like this - the home atmosphere of like-minded people with whom you can CULTURALLY and PEACEFULLY argue and discuss interesting issues of modern life.
              2. Pay less attention to virtual shoulder straps, pluses and minuses and other poop.
              3. Gently under ... prick your neighbor (who understands and accepts humor) - add pepper to a fresh dish of life.

              Sincerely. hi
              1. Aleksandr Tot
                Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 01: 55 New
                -3
                Oman, I would agree with you if it weren’t for your message - I think that "in VO should be something like this - the home atmosphere of like-minded people."
                That's when there will be a kitchen option, then it will be possible to ignore the corpses in the Donbass, rams in the Okrug region issue, underbelly in Syria.
                And the conclusion will be cultural and peaceful.
                "you can CULTURALLY and PEACEFULLY argue and discuss interesting issues of modern life."
                Sorry if sharply. I come from there - from Hohland.
                1. Oman 47
                  Oman 47 14 November 2015 02: 26 New
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                  Aleksandr Tot,
                  I don’t see the contradiction between the complexities of the world and the ability to NORMALY communicate.
                  Why all of a sudden Meehan "... is talking through her lip ...? Is it weak to justify?"
                  The wrong approach ...
                  I myself am partly a crest. Surname of mother Kulik, relatives of Sobko, Belenko, etc.
                  Born and lived in the city of Grozny. What is war, I know well. Twice.

                  Moreover, the extra squabbles on the VO are unlikely to contribute to understanding many issues.
                  Something like this. hi
                  1. Aleksandr Tot
                    Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 20: 54 New
                    +3
                    Quote Oman 47. Why suddenly Meehan "... speaks through her lip ...? Justify - weakly ?.
                    Answer. Justify is not weak. The word "weakly" has a load emotionally evaluative. Neglectful, disrespectful. I see no reason for myself to make excuses to "something like that."
                    I had already strewed my head with ashes in reply to myself.
                2. Aleksandr Tot
                  Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 20: 32 New
                  +2
                  They mined me. Probably rightly so. Both wrote and appreciated. I come from the Dnipropetrovsk region, so the "home atmosphere" proposed by Oman 47 when discussing the issue that was bleeding for me caused me a corresponding negative.
                  I answer myself - you’re wrong, Alexander, with your emotions and the “homely atmosphere” of barbecue and couch comments.
            2. Aleksandr Tot
              Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 02: 15 New
              +1
              Yuyuka, I was more outraged about Mikhan about the content of comments. The "bells" thing, as it turns out, is a robotic thing. And I intend to distance myself from VO. Disappointed.
              I will get info also except IN.
              1. sgazeev
                sgazeev 14 November 2015 20: 22 New
                +2
                Quote: Aleksandr Tot
                Yuyuka, I was more outraged about Mikhan about the content of comments. The "bells" thing, as it turns out, is a robotic thing. And I intend to distance myself from VO. Disappointed.
                I will get info also except IN.

                The Politicus has a more friendly atmosphere, I go here for fun, about which the people indulge. They banyat constantly, the impression is that the moderator is a marshal with elders' manners, "luminium means luminium." hi
                1. Aleksandr Tot
                  Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 22: 47 New
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                  sgazeev - Thanks for the info regarding luminium and Politicus. I’m running where I sent. Warmed "balak". Crazy.
                  9 in brackets after (sgazeev) for me + and not small.
            3. Banshee
              Banshee 14 November 2015 15: 37 New
              0
              In the new engine everything is taken into account. Unfortunately, such Uryashnikov.
            4. sgazeev
              sgazeev 14 November 2015 20: 15 New
              +1
              Quote: Yuyuka
              Probably something is crooked in the procedure for assigning regalia to VO if the "celestial" throws something like that through his lip.
              I agree, somehow awkwardly invented the assignment of titles - not for achievements, but rather for the length of service. You’ll also throw a few words at you for a hundred of such “nothing” bells and whistles. Can something be changed at the conservatory? (C)

              There are various performers, some do it at random, others with fiction.
              1. Aleksandr Tot
                Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 23: 30 New
                0
                sgazeev, you strained me - "Different performers happen ...". What are you talking about or about?
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          1. Drmadfisher
            Drmadfisher 13 November 2015 23: 44 New
            +5
            Shoigu huge plus, and the article minus two kilometers, wet article
        3. Kos_kalinki9
          Kos_kalinki9 14 November 2015 01: 06 New
          +2
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Shoigu is a human performer ... (I will be the president)))))

          Want is not harmful.
      2. Vladimyrych
        Vladimyrych 13 November 2015 19: 07 New
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        Quote: Baikonur
        Hello. I wish you, Comrade Marshal!

        Shoigu with the rank of Army General.
        1. Baikonur
          Baikonur 13 November 2015 19: 29 New
          +3
          Well, I naturally know. He said exalting, expressing his attitude (yes, I think many would call him that!), Because he deserves such a title more than "some" defense ministers!
          1. dr.Bo
            dr.Bo 13 November 2015 20: 20 New
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            Shoigu is undeniably a good person. But the tone of the article painfully resembles the "moaning" of liberals:
            "... Putin gave up the armed forces ...", "... Instead, Shoigu began to rub into confidence ..."
            "... When Putin decided to capture Crimea, Shoigu sent his ..."
            stop
            And it seems that many simply did not read it.
            1. dr.Bo
              dr.Bo 13 November 2015 20: 26 New
              +4
              Quote: Article author
              The Ukrainian crisis put an end to such familiarity. When Putin decided to seize the Crimea, Shoigu sent his deputy Oleg Belaventsev to lead the invasion. (Now Belaventsev is the presidential plenipotentiary in the Crimea.) Shoigu came in handy experience in crisis situations. “The Crimean operation showed the world a new Russian army,” says Minchenko. “And Shoigu became the symbol of this army.”
              -
              Something I did not understand about the capture of the Crimea ?????
              1. dr.Bo
                dr.Bo 13 November 2015 20: 34 New
                +2
                And instead of the author of an article with a name or at least with a "nickname" there are simply links to the "source"
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              3. your1970
                your1970 14 November 2015 10: 28 New
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                And you did not understand that this is a cut from WESTERN newspapers / sources ?????? laughing
            2. vovanpain
              vovanpain 13 November 2015 20: 30 New
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              Quote: dr.Bo
              Shoigu is undeniably a good person. But the tone of the article painfully resembles the "moaning" of liberals:
              "... Putin gave up the armed forces ...", "... Instead, Shoigu began to rub into confidence ..."
              "... When Putin decided to capture Crimea, Shoigu sent his ..."
              stop

              Well, the British wrote the article in The Economist magazine, and they captured Crimea and there is no democracy in Russia and the bears with balalaikas walk around the streets. Liberasnya also groans and then runs to England. And Shoigu is Putin’s worthy successor, but GDP and so more alive than all living and not going to leave his post.
              1. vladimir_krm
                vladimir_krm 13 November 2015 23: 05 New
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                "... black Labrador Koni ..."

                Condoleezza Rice: No one has ever so elegantly called a bitch to me! :)
              2. Karabanov
                Karabanov 14 November 2015 08: 27 New
                +3
                For Putin with the SVD and in panama ... What is he doing there?
                1. 79807420129
                  79807420129 14 November 2015 09: 32 New
                  +9
                  Quote: Karabanov
                  For Putin with the SVD and in panama ... What is he doing there?

                  Carries ammunition for the commander, his binoculars and a walkie-talkie.
              3. soroKING
                soroKING 14 November 2015 23: 04 New
                0
                there behind Ivanov rummages through the ruins
            3. Bochik
              Bochik 13 November 2015 21: 20 New
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              Quote: dr.Bo
              Shoigu is undeniably a good person. But the tone of the article painfully resembles the "moaning" of liberals:
              "... Putin gave up the armed forces ...", "... Instead, Shoigu began to rub into confidence ..."
              "... When Putin decided to capture Crimea, Shoigu sent his ..."
              stop
              And it seems that many simply did not read it.

              The tone of the article really smacks of dermis. But even these dirty tricks cannot but recognize the obvious - Shoigu Important and Necessary Russian Citizen! That's right, with a capital letter!
              1. Halfunra
                Halfunra 13 November 2015 22: 31 New
                +4
                It does not smell, but it smells specifically.
                Like for, and the general tone, beware, they say, he is half-breed and heapes this.
                Well, mattresses will definitely not lick the ass. what
            4. Tra-ta-ta
              Tra-ta-ta 13 November 2015 22: 21 New
              +1
              Shoigu is undoubtedly a good person. But the tone of the article ..
              An unsigned article also alerted ..
              Someone wants to arouse hidden jealousy in the campaign.
            5. Yuyuka
              Yuyuka 13 November 2015 23: 26 New
              +1
              read-read, not fools here, well, or not really fools and not all repeat especially touched that Putin is "afraid" laughing he can be said to do everything with fear and this fear is transmitted to "our partners"! But if this is so, then with both hands I insure that we continue to insure so repeat it’s only with economics that I would do something with fear, otherwise cryingour money
            6. nazar_0753
              nazar_0753 13 November 2015 23: 33 New
              +1
              Affects that the article is something British
            7. gya456
              gya456 14 November 2015 08: 06 New
              +2
              Master of Emergency Situations ("The Economist", UK) - but this is an article in the English edition, and not even the moaning of the liberals. And what did you want to hear from the Anglo-Saxons against our Minister of Defense, praise or what? So the article should not be surprised, but perceive it as part of their information war.
            8. Buffalo
              Buffalo 14 November 2015 22: 13 New
              0
              Yes, they groan!
              Shoigu is a really good leader and person.
              Easy to communicate, respectful to people.
              In his previous service, he often came to LII and to the airborne squad of the Ministry of Emergencies, on a black ZIL-114.
              And he had equal relations with everyone.
              Never heard from him anything like what Taburetkin allowed himself to do with his subordinates. And this is encouraging.
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          3. Oman 47
            Oman 47 14 November 2015 02: 45 New
            +1
            Baikonur
            communicated with the Israelis again? belay

            Kaganovich: "the rain is not scary for me, I’m somehow between the tricks" ...
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        1. northern
          northern 13 November 2015 19: 31 New
          +4
          Quote: 79807420129
          let this bastard freak out
          - (about the house for 18?)
          When I hear from friends, they say our rulers are ossified, built expensive mansions on the state. money etc. I usually answer - And you go to Petergoff, enjoy this beauty, palaces, fountains and parks, this is publicly available. And also - "Tsar's dacha" was originally.
          1. 79807420129
            79807420129 13 November 2015 19: 50 New
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            Quote: north
            Quote: 79807420129
            let this bastard freak out
            - (about the house for 18?)
            When I hear from friends, they say our rulers are ossified, built expensive mansions on the state. money etc. I usually answer - And you go to Petergoff, enjoy this beauty, palaces, fountains and parks, this is publicly available. And also - "Tsar's dacha" was originally.

            About this house for 18 all classmates, in contacts and other media and the Internet have already buzzed all ears and long ago recognized that this house is not Shoigu, but if Shoigu, for the affairs that Kuzhugetich does, he does not feel sorry for such a house, and it’ll be too small. But God forbid, a fucking nightie will break through to power, I would not like to live in such a country.
            1. northern
              northern 13 November 2015 19: 59 New
              +5
              male sexual penis on the inside of the muzzle, not power.
              1. 79807420129
                79807420129 13 November 2015 20: 36 New
                +7
                Quote: north
                male sexual penis on the inside of the muzzle, not power.

                And the sooner the better. hi
            2. Uncle Joe
              Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 22: 43 New
              -1
              Quote: 79807420129
              Yes, if Shoigu, for the affairs that Kuzhugetich does, he does not mind
              You, Ivan Vasilievich, in the plan, do not feel sorry for yourself and your spouse to manage (if she allows you to).
            3. 8982795roman
              8982795roman 14 November 2015 02: 40 New
              0
              Well, do not shoigu house sorry he won’t like plowing, so he deserves it!
          2. samuil60
            samuil60 13 November 2015 21: 43 New
            +3
            I absolutely agree with the North. First, what, the commander of the Russian army in a wretched shanty to live !? Are we not a great country? And secondly, 95% of those who shout: “They stole!”, Once in power, they would steal in the same way. And these cries are from envy: someone steals, but they don’t.
            1. Uncle Joe
              Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 22: 46 New
              0
              Quote: samuil60
              What, the commander of the Russian army in a wretched shanty to live !?
              Indeed - not the 37th year after all.

          3. Mikhalych 70
            Mikhalych 70 13 November 2015 22: 00 New
            +1
            Moreover, the townspeople were allowed to walk in the park with the king-priest, and later ... If interested: http://www.nlobooks.ru/node/4830
          4. Vladimir 1964
            Vladimir 1964 13 November 2015 22: 38 New
            +2
            Quote: north
            When I hear from friends, they say our rulers are ossified, built expensive mansions on the state. money etc. I usually answer - And you go to Petergoff, enjoy this beauty, palaces, fountains and parks, this is publicly available. And also - "Tsar's dacha" was originally.

            So, like, Dear colleague, this “originally Tsar’s dacha” acquired the current status of the museum, public, after the well-known events of 1917. Are you a hint or what? laughing
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 13 November 2015 22: 43 New
              -6
              Quote: Vladimir 1964
              This "originally Tsarevskaya Dacha" acquired the current status of a museum, publicly accessible, after the well-known events of 1917

              Yeah .. and Yukos - without any kind of revolution there - went to completely different people, nominally - to the state ..

              And so it happens laughing
            2. northern
              northern 13 November 2015 23: 09 New
              +1
              No, without any hint. The only hint is for a while. Around the world, many royal / royal palaces today are museums and monuments to those bygone eras and accomplishments.
        2. MIKHAN
          MIKHAN 13 November 2015 19: 32 New
          +1
          If Putin is overwhelmed (God forbid!) There will be a "dark horse" ... And Putin is preparing him ... He understands that he won’t last long .. Men are such things! hi
          1. ROD VDVshny
            ROD VDVshny 13 November 2015 19: 47 New
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            Quote: MIKHAN
            If Putin fails

            Ugh on you. Ugh on you again fool
            Quote: MIKHAN
            . He understands that he won’t last long ..

            From the oracle ... well, he knows everything. Putin’s sitting under the bed, Shoigu’s hiding behind the toilet ... and he knows everything belay
            1. MIKHAN
              MIKHAN 13 November 2015 20: 32 New
              +1
              Quote: PANEL VDVshny
              Quote: MIKHAN
              If Putin fails

              Ugh on you. Ugh on you again fool
              Quote: MIKHAN
              . He understands that he won’t last long ..

              From the oracle ... well, he knows everything. Putin’s sitting under the bed, Shoigu’s hiding behind the toilet ... and he knows everything belay

              In vain, maliciously ... This option is quite possible (I'm for Putin) ..! (here is this article in particular ..) Preparations are underway ... But for some reason Russia, in spite of everything, needs the necessary leaders! God rules Russia ...
              1. Aleksandr Tot
                Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 00: 17 New
                +5
                Meehan! There are coefficients not only in technology and economics, but also among psychiatrists.
                How to pay for the phrase "God rules Russia ..." in the context? You agree to report to the society about your income. Weakly lay out and prove?
                There is, of course, the option of a “completely possible option of sincerity.” This is another branch. Rather, medical.
                Valuable value is value-valued by the valued value of the appraising appraiser.
          2. northern
            northern 13 November 2015 19: 58 New
            +5
            Tell the drugs - sometimes
          3. sborka
            sborka 13 November 2015 22: 05 New
            +3
            Quote: MIKHAN
            If Putin fails

            oh well in FIG ... who will flood this rock ...
          4. Aleksandr Tot
            Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 00: 02 New
            +4
            Meehan, who are you? You're not even a croaking crow.
            Put your sayings on one sheet. Himself snicker.
            What are you paid for?
      4. charle_k458
        charle_k458 13 November 2015 19: 37 New
        -40
        Regiment, division, army - what did this “marshal" command?
        Which military school and which academy he graduated from - that’s the question ...
        1. northern
          northern 13 November 2015 20: 01 New
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          Registration Date: 29 March 2014 14: 12
          Number of comments: 1
          For a long time you quieted down, and the first comment was in the puddle.
        2. samuraiway
          samuraiway 13 November 2015 20: 08 New
          +8
          Stalin, too, did not end the General Staff Academy ...
          1. wk
            wk 14 November 2015 05: 43 New
            +3
            Quote: samuraiway
            Stalin, too, did not end the General Staff Academy, however.

            Stalin only had extensive experience in command of the Civil War .... better than any academies .... + experience in revolutionary struggle!
        3. anti-Semite
          anti-Semite 13 November 2015 20: 48 New
          +5
          just created from scratch one of the best Ministry of Emergency Situations in the world, and yes, an unremarkable person laughing
          1. Uncle Joe
            Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 22: 59 New
            +1
            Quote: anti-Semite
            just created from scratch one of the best emergency situations in the world
            On the basis of the troops of the USSR Civil Defense Ministry, not inferior to the current Ministry of Emergencies.
        4. 19max70
          19max70 13 November 2015 20: 53 New
          +3
          I agree, and another question arises: - why are two Putin and Shoigu? Why aren't other candidates shown? Maybe we don’t see, tell me!
        5. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 13 November 2015 21: 18 New
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          Quote: charle_k458
          Which military school and which academy he graduated from - that’s the question ...

          Catherine the Great also did not study from the birth of the Empress, and even a German, God forgive me ... But she turned out to be much more Russian than a simple guy with a Ryazan face named Serdyukov. (I ask Ryazansky not to be offended by comparison with Serdyukov - I didn’t want to say anything bad about Ryazan by mentioning IT hi ).
        6. cherkas.oe
          cherkas.oe 13 November 2015 21: 35 New
          +1
          Quote: charle_k458
          what academy graduated - that’s the question ...

          Borukh, ask your Sofa, Sarah, Sonya, and better from Rebe, he knows for sure.
        7. opus
          opus 13 November 2015 21: 49 New
          0
          Quote: charle_k458
          this "marshal"?

          he’s actually the Army General.
          1. Assignment to officers and military personnel of special bodies of the military rank of army general, as well as other general ranks, is made only President of the Russian Federation.

          1991-1994 - Chairman of the State Committee of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Disaster Management.

          Since 1991, the State Committee for Emergency Situations has been transformed into a ministry, in the staffing of which the post of minister had the status of army general.

          / Already automatic General


          1994-2012 - Minister of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Disaster Management (At the same time, from January 10, 2000 to May 7, 2000 - Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation).




          Grachev and Erin were strongly opposed.
          As a result, Boris Yeltsin gave the post of head of the Ministry of Emergencies only colonel general status. In November 1994, Sergei Shoigu became a major general, and six months later, a lieutenant general. In December 1998, Sergei Shoigu became Colonel General, and in September 1999 he was awarded the title Hero of Russia.

          President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on awarding the rank of army general to the head of the Ministry of Emergencies, Sergei Shoigu. Thus, the longest-living minister in the Russian government (since 1994) and before that the only one who was awarded the title of Hero of Russia (in 1999) has now become the most multi-star general in the ministerial environment.

          Citizens who have not completed military service, but have higher education, can also receive the rank of officer, but by order of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation.

          ==========================
          Do you want to compare Kozhugetych with this?
        8. soroKING
          soroKING 14 November 2015 23: 25 New
          0
          Yes Borka ... soldier you really didn’t think ... squealed ... sorry soldier
      5. cniza
        cniza 13 November 2015 19: 47 New
        0
        Quote: Baikonur
        And Shoigu came - and everyone was relieved



        He is a real rescuer in the literal and figurative sense.
      6. Observer2014
        Observer2014 13 November 2015 20: 25 New
        +1
        Emergency Master!
        Do you believe in friendship !!!!!!!
        I believe!!!!!
      7. Lenin
        Lenin 13 November 2015 23: 30 New
        0
        Quote: Baikonur
        (seeing how he did and picked up the Ministry of Emergencies)


        With the Ministry of Emergencies, not everything is clear. For example, under Shoigu, the business of fire inspectors was greatly strengthened, some comrades from several offices have and voluntarily force everyone who is on their territory to use their services. In some areas, it came to the point that such comrades created private fire brigades and DEPOs and referring to regulatory documents entered into agreements with business owners to whom the arrival of a fire truck from the nearest DEPO MES is more than normative ... There are many examples of corruption, there have been fewer exactions from business . Remember how the Gray Horse was burning and who is to blame - first of all, the business of EMERCOM employees
        1. Oman 47
          Oman 47 14 November 2015 00: 15 New
          +3
          Vladimir Ilyich, did your walkers personally bring in boxes from under Xerox to Kuzhugetich ?! belay
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 14 November 2015 08: 46 New
            +3
            Quote: Oman 47
            Vladimir Ilyich, did your walkers personally bring in boxes from under Xerox to Kuzhugetich ?!

            About Xerox boxes - it's "five"! For example, I will remember the TU Red Fox TU box until one of us fins. It would be desirable, of course, for him first, and then I - to bring to the grave a box of xeros and shit ... it.

            By the way, no one ever admitted whose poems were. The officer who detained Fox filed a lawsuit to recognize the money as ownerless (i.e. treasure) and on this basis demanded a quarter. "Dissuaded", apparently, to demand ...
          2. Lenin
            Lenin 14 November 2015 10: 52 New
            0
            Oman 47
            Holy holy, holy .. I have not had such walkers and do not. Moi walkers were more modest, nevertheless peasants, not robbers from power hi
      8. Aleksandr Tot
        Aleksandr Tot 13 November 2015 23: 32 New
        +4
        Baikonur, I will support and add for not very attentive but understanding quotes, which are beacons for identifying liberal and "democratic" inclusions.
        - took over the reins of government
        - Putin's foreign policy
        - Putin came to power
        - it was necessary to introduce an amorphous new leader to society
        - in the image of Shoigu
        - one log of two bears will not hold
        - Shoigu began to rub into confidence.
        Subtract the rest yourself.
      9. Hikar
        Hikar 14 November 2015 06: 05 New
        -2
        Shoigu Army General!
      10. saksan
        saksan 14 November 2015 06: 37 New
        0
        Quote: Baikonur
        Indeed, in fact ...
        Hello. I wish you, Comrade Marshal!


        Nothing but a pat on the boot !!!
      11. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 14 November 2015 11: 07 New
        +2
        Quote: Baikonur
        And Shoigu came - and everyone was relieved (seeing how he did and raised the Ministry of Emergencies)
        I personally knew the person who raised our regional Ministry of Emergencies - I spoke very well about Shoig. Anyway - as I recall the 90s - they privodlali private-municipal "911" - they tear money, but they don’t know how to open the lock, they almost break the wall with a sledgehammer near the door. And the Ministry of Emergencies always worked professionally. I know that they didn’t take anyone there anyway, and then they prepared with dignity as well.

        Well, so that to reduce the seriousness ... laughing
        1. Lenin
          Lenin 14 November 2015 20: 18 New
          +1
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          I personally knew the person who raised our regional Ministry of Emergencies - I spoke very well about Shoig.

          I will not list who I knew and know in the Ministry of Emergencies, I respect Shoigu, but once again I say Comrade Zoldat, what I wrote above is the ubiquitous business of the Ministry of Emergency Situations surveillance, and do not confuse it with fire fighters and rescuers, they are respected people who live modestly and everyone day risking their lives. So everywhere there is an extrusion of small business by the offices of local tsars of state supervision of the Ministry of Emergencies. And everyone knows this, well, unless you are in the know. hi
          P / S Well, since you are not yet in the know, then we are going to you. Almost like a powder advertisement wassat
    2. Finches
      Finches 13 November 2015 20: 36 New
      +4
      I’ll say, as a career officer - even the Minister of Defense and a jacket, with an interesting passage of “service”, he personally inspires respect in me!

      PS Although after Serdyukov and his team of women, I respect anyone !!!!! It simply can’t be worse .... laughing
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      2. northern
        northern 13 November 2015 23: 13 New
        +5
        So is Dmitry Fedorovich, Ustinov who, too, was a jacket, but also quite a marshal and defense minister.
      3. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 14 November 2015 08: 55 New
        +2
        Quote: Finches
        I’ll say, as a career officer - even the Minister of Defense and a jacket, with an interesting passage of “service”, he personally inspires respect in me!

        I respected him after a vacation captain from the 201st division in December 2002 told me about the details of Kuzhegetych’s visit to the division.

        Slightly, of course, distorted the desire of the local command to “entertain” the guest, but forced Shoigu to respect this. And about the "entertainment" ... But you never know what kind of fun there wooden politicians think up, which of us has not seen the visits of the big bosses? Everyone knows the “wedding horse” in the army - from the “siskin” to the general. After all, the generals are also standing before someone ... laughing
    3. Uncle Joe
      Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 22: 36 New
      0
      Quote: Vladimir
      Good luck Sergey Kuzhugetovich in the defense of the Fatherland!
      Medal "Defender of a Free Russia" (March 1993)

      1. amirbek
        amirbek 14 November 2015 06: 40 New
        +1
        God gives the people the leaders they deserve
        if the soil and nature around is healthy, then the tree will be healthy and strong
  2. Dry_T-50
    Dry_T-50 13 November 2015 18: 57 New
    26
    Let us together wish good luck to Sergei Kojugetovich Shoigu in strengthening national security and the defense of our Motherland!
    1. figwam
      figwam 13 November 2015 19: 02 New
      +4
      Decent candidacy.
      1. Vita vko
        Vita vko 13 November 2015 19: 13 New
        11
        What the hell is this article
        When Putin decided to capture Crimea, Shoigu sent his deputy Oleg Belaventsev to lead the invasion
        What is the relationship between a popular referendum and Khrushchev’s illegal decision?
      2. MIKHAN
        MIKHAN 13 November 2015 19: 36 New
        +1
        Quote: figvam
        Decent candidacy.

        Not ...! He will not cope ... And what is happening in the Army is not entirely his merit ...
        1. ROD VDVshny
          ROD VDVshny 13 November 2015 19: 59 New
          12
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Not ...! He will not cope ... And what is happening in the Army is not entirely his merit ...

          Meehan, tie. Shit, when thoughts don't keep up with the tongue and fingers on the keyboard.
          Go blow Psaki, draw a couple of formulas, do the usual thing ... you feel sick.
          1. MIKHAN
            MIKHAN 13 November 2015 20: 37 New
            +1
            Quote: PANEL VDVshny
            Quote: MIKHAN
            Not ...! He will not cope ... And what is happening in the Army is not entirely his merit ...

            Meehan, tie. Shit, when thoughts don't keep up with the tongue and fingers on the keyboard.
            Go blow Psaki, draw a couple of formulas, do the usual thing ... you feel sick.

            I expressed my opinion and that’s it! He won’t pull Russia, definitely! They’ll simply beat him and that’s all ...
            1. dr.star75
              dr.star75 13 November 2015 21: 10 New
              +2
              And who will “score”? Livanov?
            2. snifer
              snifer 13 November 2015 21: 12 New
              +2
              eco poked you
            3. Aleksandr Tot
              Aleksandr Tot 15 November 2015 00: 20 New
              0
              Meehan, once again your opinion is that "there is everything" is correct as with amers - although it’s different, it’s all the same correct. Yes, conclude - leave your opinion to yourself for preservation. Accept the saying to the leadership - be silent, maybe you’ll go off for a smart one. Turn off the delusional generator.
        2. Oman 47
          Oman 47 14 November 2015 00: 22 New
          +7
          Meehan
          Wander around the light - hangover homemade wine!
          What are you sowing up from your left foot? Not in the form of a slab ?!
          Ahhhh, I forgot completely: today is Friday the 13th!
          No offense? belay
          Good luck!
    2. sever.56
      sever.56 13 November 2015 19: 22 New
      21
      Guys, I understand your patriotism, but you can’t just write to write. I apologize if I offended anyone hi

      The main message of this left stuffing is to bring discord into the upper echelons of power. Putin is already being retired, successors to power are at his side, and he is no one in the deck of the political elite. These "political strategists" from the West are accustomed to working according to templates developed decades ago: - "Divide and conquer" ... But they don’t have Chuika to understand - Russia is not a country where treachery and hacking are in price. Our mentality is different, it doesn’t matter who you are - Tuvan, Ukrainian, Tatar, or Russian ...
      WE ALL ARE ONE NATION, no matter what your roots are, Cossack, or Muslim! I always, being in the Kuban, the homeland of my ancestors, always gladly raise a stack for my old friend because of the Urup River, the Circassian. And he, with the same pleasure, accepts me in his house ... So, - according to the version of these provocateurs, all these "Delivers" and "continuity" do not roll. They try on their prudent thinking on us. It's not gonna go. WE ARE DIFFERENT...
      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 13 November 2015 20: 43 New
        +2
        sever.56

        Do you really think that a hundred GDP-scale politicians will pay attention to these articles.
        They just don't have the time. Their decisions come from much more generalized information prepared by advisers.

        It’s just impossible in another way. A person will not be able to perceive.
      2. Halfunra
        Halfunra 13 November 2015 22: 35 New
        -3
        I fully agree with the author. hi
    3. sever.56
      sever.56 13 November 2015 19: 22 New
      +3
      Guys, I understand your patriotism, but you can’t just write to write. I apologize if I offended anyone hi

      The main message of this left stuffing is to bring discord into the upper echelons of power. Putin is already being retired, successors to power are at his side, and he is no one in the deck of the political elite. These "political strategists" from the West are accustomed to working according to templates developed decades ago: - "Divide and conquer" ... But they don’t have Chuika to understand - Russia is not a country where treachery and hacking are in price. Our mentality is different, it doesn’t matter who you are - Tuvan, Ukrainian, Tatar, or Russian ...
      WE ALL ARE ONE NATION, no matter what your roots are, Cossack, or Muslim! I always, being in the Kuban, the homeland of my ancestors, always gladly raise a stack for my old friend because of the Urup River, the Circassian. And he, with the same pleasure, accepts me in his house ... So, - according to the version of these provocateurs, all these "Delivers" and "continuity" do not roll. They try on their prudent thinking on us. It's not gonna go. WE ARE DIFFERENT...
      1. Abakan
        Abakan 13 November 2015 19: 50 New
        +4
        I know that this is a stuffing)) they are friends for a long time)) we have them in Khakassia 1 time a month at the settlement)) or I told the secret the last time after Astana))
  3. 341712
    341712 13 November 2015 18: 57 New
    19
    ... "Shoigu basically retained the changes that were made, but at the same time restored morale." Under Shoigu, the army began to believe in itself, "says Mikhail Khodarenok, editor-in-chief of the military-industrial courier defense newspaper" ...
    1. VALERIK_097
      VALERIK_097 13 November 2015 20: 01 New
      12
      such as an order to abandon archaic soldier's footcloths and switch to socks, helped restore the army’s reputation, which was constantly ridiculed in the post-Soviet period.
      Personally, I do not consider the footcloths archaism: whoever serves will understand
      After being stolen in boots, the leg asked for native boots with a footcloth.
      on the march-throws of 10 km. were worn out legs, but then no one ached.
      PV KGB of the USSR.
    2. Echelon
      Echelon 13 November 2015 23: 12 New
      0
      The wrong picture was inserted. Shoigu - this is the Ministry of Defense, and in the picture - OMZDON VV MVD, on the banner of their chevron, and they are not related to the Armed Forces - this is an internal special forces. VoVanam big greetings from the 32th OBRON))
  4. PQ-18
    PQ-18 13 November 2015 18: 59 New
    -11
    and LADY is already a favorite for the new presidency. Do not take seriously over the hill?
    I see the top three favorites:
    1.DAM (party in power)
    2. Sobyanin
    3. Shoigu
    And he banks, as always .. VVP!
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  5. starshina78
    starshina78 13 November 2015 19: 02 New
    +5
    Although I hate these Anglo-Saxons, I agree with the article. If you look, then there really is no replacement for Putin, and Shoigu may well be this very replacement. His authority is enormous, he is respected among the people, and his grip is firm. I would vote for Shoigu if he were elected to the President.
    1. Igor39
      Igor39 13 November 2015 19: 34 New
      +5
      And what are you going to change Putin?
      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 13 November 2015 21: 47 New
        +1
        Igor39

        There is no replacement for Putin. There is not a single politician equal to him.

        The fact is that Putin’s achievements are often honestly. If God forbid something happens to him, catastrophes of a global scale are possible.

        Pitin, already belongs to only Russia.
    2. kolyhalovs
      kolyhalovs 13 November 2015 19: 51 New
      +1
      If he could become president, he would become one in 2000.
    3. g1v2
      g1v2 13 November 2015 21: 23 New
      +1
      Shoigu is charismatic, but he is practically the same age as Putin - 3 years of difference. I think there is no doubt that in 2017, the GDP at the elections will win the first round. That is, when Putin leaves in 2022, he will be about 70 years old, and Shoigu somewhere 67. At this age, it makes no sense to put it, and health is unlikely to allow it - after all, it is not the Politburo of the CPSU. Most likely nominated someone younger. So far, the obvious options are iPhone and Rogozin, since they are ten years younger than Putin and Shoigu. They will be about 57-60 years old. In general, an even younger heir who would be able to pursue a stable policy of at least 2 terms is desirable. I think that so far, unfortunately, the most obvious heir is the iPhone, but closer to 2020, some new joker may appear.
      1. Mikhalych 70
        Mikhalych 70 13 November 2015 22: 06 New
        +4
        I am against iPhone ...
      2. Oman 47
        Oman 47 14 November 2015 00: 42 New
        +5
        IPhone is the maximum director of the factory for the production of mobile phones and other toys.
        Just his level.
  6. zekaze1980
    zekaze1980 13 November 2015 19: 02 New
    -14
    He will be the king of this world, but seriously, the simple people of Russia, from the fact that he will become president, will not live better and faster.
    1. anti-Semite
      anti-Semite 13 November 2015 20: 51 New
      0
      for that, thanks to him, the Shtatovs will not come here, but if they had come it would have become much worse
    2. gladcu2
      gladcu2 13 November 2015 21: 49 New
      0
      zakazek

      In terms of influence, GDP has the capabilities of the president of the world.
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        1. gladcu2
          gladcu2 13 November 2015 23: 20 New
          +2
          atalef

          I'm Canadian. :)

          I don’t care what ....
  7. Asadullah
    Asadullah 13 November 2015 19: 02 New
    -2
    He may become the next president.


    Personally, I, as the next President of Russia, would like to see Masha Zakharova, but of course constitutional reform is needed before this. It is necessary to free the country a bit from the presidential power, because Putin is not enough for all times, it is always impossible to win the lottery.
    1. 205577
      205577 13 November 2015 19: 26 New
      +7
      If I'm not mistaken, like Reagan said - if you want, the American people will elect a cow for president. I have nothing against Zakharova, only in our country a man should be the President. If you want a woman, let her start in your life, and then impose it after the country.
      Look at the women of Western politicians, these are skeletons covered in leather, this policy kills them, take pity on Masha and the whole country.
      1. Igor39
        Igor39 13 November 2015 19: 43 New
        +2
        Women are stronger than men, everywhere I see how they raise children themselves, and men drink and prick.
      2. Asadullah
        Asadullah 13 November 2015 19: 51 New
        +9
        smile
        If you want a woman, let her start in your life, and then impose it after the country.


        Notice, I mentioned constitutional reform. Today, at the helm of the country, nothing prevents the next Yeltsin or even Khodorkovsky. It all depends on the system of manipulating the mind. Zakharova has excellent rhetoric, a solid core, the absence of “blonde” in appearance, as an official of the highest category, is a premium class. But this is a personal opinion, and almost certainly, it will remain just an opinion. But I hope she will ever head the Foreign Ministry.
        1. 205577
          205577 13 November 2015 20: 01 New
          +1
          Neither you nor I know anything about her "inner core". So far, I have only seen how she stood out against the general background in bright dresses (when everyone was strict), if these are all her virtues (plus the ability not to seem stupid), then for me this is not enough for the presidency.
          1. Asadullah
            Asadullah 13 November 2015 21: 44 New
            0
            So far, I have only seen how she stood out against the general background in bright dresses


            Today she still has the right to dress herself. Let the woman be a woman, no more than a year old, then there will be a representative style from Salvatore Ferragamo. Otherwise, today everyone works in the Department, the lafa is over.
        2. Oleko
          Oleko 14 November 2015 02: 38 New
          -3
          Quote: Asadullah
          . Today, at the helm of the country, nothing prevents the next Yeltsin or even Khodorkovsky. It all depends on the system of manipulating consciousness
          .
          The manipulation system should impeach Putin.

          "The Constitution of the Russian Federation provides for the possibility of early termination of presidential powers in the following cases:

          • resignation;

          • persistent inability to exercise authority for health reasons;

          • dismissal from office.

          In the first case, the president submits a statement to parliament.

          The procedure for termination of powers due to health reasons is currently not regulated by law.

          The Constitution of the Russian Federation provides for the possibility of early removal of the President of the Russian Federation from office, referred to in international practice as the impeachment procedure.

          The institution of impeachment is enshrined in the constitutions of many countries, but it was practically not used (for example, in the United States three impeachment procedures, from a legal point of view, were undertaken from a legal point of view, from 200, 1865, and 1974). In the Russian Federation, too, unsuccessful attempts to impeach twice were made - in 1999 and 1993.

          The impeachment procedure in the Russian Federation provides for three stages:

          • State Duma's accusation against the President of the Russian Federation - the beginning of the procedure;

          • conclusions of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation and the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation;

          • dismissal of the president by the Federation Council. The contents of the stages:

          • the charge is brought forward by the State Duma of the Russian Federation by a majority of 2/3 of the votes on the initiative of at least 1/3 of the deputies and with the conclusion of a special commission formed by the State Duma; the president is charged with high treason or other serious crime;

          • The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation gives a conclusion on the presence in the actions of the President of the Russian Federation of signs of a crime, and the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation - on compliance with the procedure for bringing charges;

          • The Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation makes a decision on the dismissal of the President of the Russian Federation by qualified majority - 2/3 + 1 vote of the total composition within 3 months after the nomination. "
          So let Khodorkovsky take up impeachment. The rest is a coup d'état with a violent change of power. Does the opposition have the strength to do this? No and never was. And will not be. "Orange", "violet", "speckled" - not ours.
      3. anti-Semite
        anti-Semite 13 November 2015 20: 53 New
        +5
        Hello! and Princess Olga? and Elizabeth? Is Catherine the Great?
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          1. anti-Semite
            anti-Semite 13 November 2015 22: 28 New
            +2
            so I'm talking about ours, and Gold Meyer is not ours about her, let the Jews write
            1. bannik
              bannik 13 November 2015 22: 59 New
              0
              Well, or svidomye. She, like, was born in Kiev. But Catherine, although not of Russian blood, but for Russia, she made many more other rulers with Russian roots.
        2. Aleksandr Tot
          Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 23: 50 New
          0
          Anti-Semite, read science, Semites - this is ... a long text.
          The Jews against whom you are ANTI only 3% of the Semites.
          I am not a Jew. And you do not be ashamed of lack of culture.
      4. Uncle Joe
        Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 23: 10 New
        +1
        Quote: 205577
        only in our country should a man be the President
        But ours should not have a sole irresponsible president.

        According to the system of our Constitution, the USSR should not have a sole president, elected by the entire population, on a par with the Supreme Council, and able to oppose the Supreme Council. The collegiate president in the USSR is the Presidium of the Supreme Council, including the chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Council, elected not by the entire population, but by the Supreme Council and accountable to the Supreme Council. The experience of history shows that such a construction of the supreme organs is the most democratic, guaranteeing the country from undesirable accidents.
        I. Stalin T.14 s.144
    2. Igor39
      Igor39 13 November 2015 19: 36 New
      +3
      Yes, Masha is not stupid, she could handle it.
      1. 205577
        205577 13 November 2015 20: 04 New
        +4
        Definitely not stupider than any Psaki, but to the level of Gromyko, and even Lavrov, oh how far she is.
        Russia is not a country that should be liked, we just are, and that should be enough. And who wants a beautiful wrapper - welcome to the USA, there are enough wrappers for everyone (the truth is a problem with filling).
    3. Cat man null
      Cat man null 13 November 2015 20: 09 New
      +6
      Quote: Asadullah
      Personally, I, as the next President of Russia, would like to see Masha Zakharova

      Asadullah, with all due respect to you:

      - I first learned about Maria Zakharova from the video given here
      - neither to the President, nor even to the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (here and somewhere such was suggested) - she, unfortunately, does not pull. There are a lot of emotions, there is a lot of information, a supply of strength is not felt. She is in a hurry to "give everything out." It’s impossible .. neither in politics, nor just in life, in my humble experience laughing

      Quote: Asadullah
      It’s necessary to free the country from presidential power a little

      IMHO too early .. because without unity of command - everything will fall apart nafig.

      Quote: Asadullah
      Putin isn’t enough for all times,

      That's for sure .. although it's a pity wink

      Quote: Asadullah
      winning the lottery is constantly impossible

      I assume that, based on the President’s track record, there are not even one, but two or three potential “successors”. The fact that they are not yet shown to the plebs (to me, for example), and to the West, is just fine. Just in the style of the KGB from which the current President has come out.

      PS: all IMHO. Cons - forward, preferably with justification thereof yes

      PPS:
      Quote: Igor39
      Yes, Masha is not stupid, she could handle

      Dear .. not stupid, in this context, is written together .. for an adverb. My regrets request

      In fact - see above. Not. I could not do it. Not that scale. My regrets (once again)
      1. Asadullah
        Asadullah 13 November 2015 21: 32 New
        +1
        neither to the President, nor even to the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (here and somewhere such was suggested) - she, unfortunately, does not pull. There are a lot of emotions, there is a lot of information, a supply of strength is not felt. She is in a hurry to "give everything out." It’s impossible .. neither in politics, nor just in life, in my humble experience


        On the President in his current role, when you need to start the day from the past, keep pace with the present and plan for the future, maybe not. But if the president is left with representative functions and foreign policy issues, then it is. She is not in a hurry, she still has very little public experience, but she is studying. smile She writes much better than talking. He also writes for others, and for others. This is a very able-bodied person who speaks fluently several languages, including Chinese (putonghua and a little yue). Yes, she lacks a style, but she has been a week without a year in public policy. Everything is achievable. In general, Masha is smart. Her liveliness of mind and ability to instantly grasp the essence of the subject, amazing. Another thing is that we are accustomed to seeing the first persons as such men who speak politely, but if anything, they can take them without a camera into the corridor and move them in the belly, in the form of an educational movement. By the way, Lavrov is no exception, he can really move. From that, Medvedev did not take root, an unconvincing face. Yes, another bonus to Zakharova is the corruption and acquisitive component, which in her case is equal to absolute zero.

        IMHO too early .. because without unity of command - everything will fall apart nafig.


        Early, early. But the groundwork should already be. We need trial schemes, filters of competence and control. This is a whole science.

        I assume that, based on the President’s track record, there are not even one, but two or three potential “successors”. The fact that they are not yet shown to the plebs (to me, for example), and to the West, is just fine. Just in the style of the KGB from which the current President has come out.


        This is the institution of succession, and it bothers me the most. If the most insignificant Asadullah, for years, in his best form at the time, deceived very smart and cunning people, then believe me, he is not the smartest and not the most cunning. And the passage to the first persons of the state, this is not chess, this is checkers. In chess, you can postpone a game, finish the game tomorrow, or even in a year, two, and checkers play quickly. Need safety mechanisms. Which was not in the Communist Party. And this is the main lesson. Sincerely.
  8. DobryAAH
    DobryAAH 13 November 2015 19: 03 New
    +5
    When Putin leaves, I hope not soon, Shoigu will already be a little old. It is necessary to look for someone worthy, at least 10 years younger, in order to pursue the necessary policy for a long time.
  9. viktor561
    viktor561 13 November 2015 19: 03 New
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    The article is provocative - Shoigu is not a politician, but a manager and business executive from God - yes, Shoigu's rating is very high - any grandmother in the outback loves him and there is something! But politics is different - and Shoigu does not need to be president - for now, I’ll make a reservation if there is a choice — Medvedev — I put Shoigu on Shoigu — he did a lot of good things in his life for Russia
    1. gladcu2
      gladcu2 13 November 2015 21: 58 New
      0
      viktor561

      Shoigu works in a different medium of responsibility. He has no political developments.

      The president is made by advisers and associates. Interchangeability in the Putin team has long been impossible.

      GDP has a very significant weight in the world.

      If you want to. N. Starikov is gaining weight well in the domestic political arena. His knowledge and ideology correspond to the direction of GDP. It seems to me with Starikov that the GDP policy will continue.

      Shoigu is not a politician or a performer. He is a creator, engineer and producer.
  10. bad
    bad 13 November 2015 19: 09 New
    0
    Quote: starshina78
    Although I hate these Anglo-Saxons, I agree with the article. If you look, then there really is no replacement for Putin, and Shoigu may well be this very replacement. His authority is enormous, he is respected among the people, and his grip is firm. I would vote for Shoigu if he were elected to the President.
    ... +++ similarly .. soldier
  11. Balagan
    Balagan 13 November 2015 19: 10 New
    +1
    In Russia, judging by conscience is judged by deeds, not by words. Therefore, Kuzhugetych is held in high esteem, but you know how to treat deputies.
  12. Signaller
    Signaller 13 November 2015 19: 10 New
    -6
    And if it is even - ???? I'm not against. Medvedev ???? Well, its the lord of time. This one is more adequate.
  13. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 13 November 2015 19: 10 New
    +1
    The ruler of Russia is for you, not elections, etc. The country is huge and powerful and the ruler should be like that! Otherwise, everyone knows the story ... and the consequences! hi
  14. 19max70
    19max70 13 November 2015 19: 10 New
    -5
    In August 1991, 19, a conscript soldier sat on the plane, fully operational and counted the minutes before the battle, three days passed, and then he learned that the USSR was no more. Where was Shoigu? I won’t say anything. Find the documents of those years yourself. Draw conclusions each for yourself.
    1. 205577
      205577 13 November 2015 20: 07 New
      +3
      And where was the whole country and you in particular?
      1. 19max70
        19max70 13 November 2015 20: 11 New
        0
        Were you not there?
      2. Dim Bes
        Dim Bes 13 November 2015 22: 40 New
        +3
        Quote: 205577
        And where was the whole country and you in particular?

        This is the right Question !! I personally answer for myself: I was 11 years old, the demand is not great. But then my dad then all the time said: “There will be war”, and then at the meeting to the director: “Give us the guns, go to the democrats.” Later, after the collapse, many remembered this, they say, as I felt, only no one seriously thought that he would get to such a madhouse!
    2. 19max70
      19max70 13 November 2015 20: 32 New
      0
      I wonder who puts the cons where you were?
      1. Dry_T-50
        Dry_T-50 13 November 2015 20: 41 New
        +1
        Quote: 19max70
        I wonder who puts the cons where you were?

        On a business trip in Minsk
        1. 19max70
          19max70 13 November 2015 22: 07 New
          +4
          I am in Lithuania on an airplane and know what I can not forgive our rulers? The lack of an order to take off. What to say to the children I pissed off the country?
  15. MATROSKIN-53
    MATROSKIN-53 13 November 2015 19: 12 New
    +7
    It’s better to let Kuzhugetovich be president than Medvedev ... He’s at least an economic man, not a talking head ...
    1. 19max70
      19max70 13 November 2015 19: 54 New
      +4
      How a Russian is ready to forgive a lot. Where are the results of the referendum "to be the USSR or not to be." If we position ourselves as a rule of law state? What are we going to do with it? We will be silent in the end, we will be "flown" from Western partners (the generation who will read about this in two lines in the textbook) today they get confused and play in the sandbox. In the end, in the end, we must admit that we lost the battle under the name of the USSR, but the war is not over, we need to prepare for its continuation. While we succeed.
  16. S-cream
    S-cream 13 November 2015 19: 13 New
    0
    Under current conditions, the president of Russia should be, first of all, a person who is able to pursue a foreign policy. It is unlikely that in six to eight to ten years, something will change in this regard. So do not Shoigu. Unfortunately, among current Russian politicians, ministers, governors, etc., there is no person sufficiently young, experienced, authoritative and well-known who could continue to bear the burden of presidency in the future.
  17. roskot
    roskot 13 November 2015 19: 13 New
    +1
    On earth and in heaven.
    But both are saviors.
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 November 2015 19: 36 New
      11
      Quote: roskot
      On earth and in heaven.
      But both are saviors.

      Most people have a roof going belay
      1. Hello
        Hello 13 November 2015 19: 51 New
        -3
        Quote: atalef
        Most people have a roof going

        Sasha you go to the topic http://topwar.ru/86140-rus-izvechnaya.html that's where the power wassat
      2. Dezinto
        Dezinto 13 November 2015 19: 52 New
        0
        I also do not understand ..... belay

        This is a patriot smoker. laughing
      3. Das Boot
        Das Boot 13 November 2015 20: 06 New
        +2
        Quote: atalef
        Quote: roskot
        On earth and in heaven.
        But both are saviors.

        Most people have a roof going belay

        nda ... Campaign, here we have a seventh-day shoguntist ...
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        1. atalef
          atalef 13 November 2015 20: 19 New
          +5
          Quote: vovanpain
          important Israeli colleagues, I certainly understand your humor and we will sometime laugh at Israeli politicians together

          Have a laugh together
          Quote: vovanpain
          oh now your presence is not desirable

          in general, I have the same citizenship as yours (and as I noticed, I didn’t mark this branch on the whole) because it’s all the same to me how Shoigu’s career develops (which I consider to be a really outstanding person and a wonderful organizer), I commented out - that’s what I’m not digesting, so idolatry
          DON'T MAKE AN IDOL YOURSELF - a great commandment (it's me roskot)
          Quote: vovanpain
          here we are not discussing Israel correctly, but we will discuss the internal kitchen without you. Regards

          Mutually hi
          1. vovanpain
            vovanpain 13 November 2015 21: 02 New
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            Dear atalef, I’m generally a Russian citizen and Russian, although I have been married to the Tatar for 28 years, my sister is married to a semi-Jew, a semi-Russian (Jewish mother, Russian father) is such an international, and all together we are Russian, but by the way, I’m mine comment deleted because
            Quote: atalef
            that’s what I’m not digesting, so idolatry
            DON'T MAKE AN IDOL YOURSELF - a great commandment

            I completely agree with you, and I respect Shoigu and Putin very much. Regards. hi
            1. atalef
              atalef 13 November 2015 21: 06 New
              +1
              Quote: vovanpain
              Dear atalef, I’m generally a Russian citizen and Russian, although I have been married to the Tatar for 28 years, my sister is married to a semi-Jew, a semi-Russian (Jewish mother, Russian father) is such an international, and all together we are Russian, but by the way, I’m mine comment deleted because
              Quote: atalef
              that’s what I’m not digesting, so idolatry
              DON'T MAKE AN IDOL YOURSELF - a great commandment

              I completely agree with you, and I respect Shoigu and Putin very much. Regards. hi

              Pay attention, I did not say. that shoigu will succeed if he is the prime minister (president) and continues to rule as before, he just has a credit of confidence to start reforms (which DAM does not have), but we will intervene in another aspect - why should Putin be equal?
              1. vovanpain
                vovanpain 13 November 2015 21: 22 New
                11
                Quote: atalef
                we will intervene in another aspect - why should Putin be EQUAL?

                Sasha does not need stuffing, and Shoigu and GDP each in their place do their job well, but DAM is not in their own way, maybe he is a good lawyer, but not a prime minister, but they will figure it out without us. hiAccording to your words, Sasha, I understood that if an equal Bibi appears in Israel, should Bibi give him a kick? Once again with respect.
                1. atalef
                  atalef 13 November 2015 21: 44 New
                  +4
                  Quote: vovanpain
                  Sasha doesn’t need stuffing, and Shoigu and GDP are each in their place and doing their job well

                  Well, we are not talking about now, each on his own, and the president’s place is one.
                  No one knows true ambition.
                  Let me remind you - Khrushchev danced the same hopak before Stalin. and how then it turned
                  therefore, no one knows the true motives and ambitions.
                  This is what authoritarian fears are.

                  Quote: vovanpain
                  but DAM’s not on my own,

                  on your own, on your own - and you perfectly understand why

                  Quote: vovanpain
                  Sasha, in your words, I understood that if an equal Bibi appears in Israel, should Bibi give him a kick?

                  And what on Bibi the light came together in a wedge? I'm generally against BIBI and I think. that he just snickered.
                  Bibi give a kick? belay I want to see how he succeeds with our media.
                  Sorry, it's funny.
                  Bibi will kick or some of the politicians will try to do it in relation to another, but our media will tear, not like a Tuzik heating pad, but much worse.
                  1. vovanpain
                    vovanpain 13 November 2015 21: 53 New
                    10
                    Quote: atalef
                    Well, we are not talking about now, each on his own, and the president’s place is one.

                    Well, when the time comes then we'll see.
                    Quote: atalef
                    on your own, on your own - and you perfectly understand why

                    Listen, maybe you’ll take him to your place in Israel, and we’ll cover the meadow for you.
                    Quote: atalef
                    I want to see how he succeeds with our media.

                    So I think that Shoigu doesn’t succeed with your media, a joke. hi
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 13 November 2015 21: 57 New
                      +4
                      Quote: vovanpain
                      Well, when the time comes then we'll see.

                      I agree, forecasts are generally not grateful, but interesting wink
                      Quote: vovanpain
                      Listen, maybe you’ll take him to your place in Israel, and we’ll cover the meadow for you.

                      And what will he do with us? With iPhones, we don’t have dogs running around.
                      So sorry, not fate
                      we need to work
                      Quote: vovanpain
                      So I think that Shoigu doesn’t succeed with your media, a joke

                      And I do not think that our media in general have this name very well known. request
                      1. vovanpain
                        vovanpain 13 November 2015 22: 10 New
                        +8
                        Quote: atalef
                        forecasts in general are not grateful, but interesting

                        So we will not guess the time itself will put everything in its place.
                        Quote: atalef
                        And what will he do with us?

                        Well, I’m sorry I wanted the best, I’ll have to suffer myself.
                        Quote: atalef
                        And I don’t think that our media generally know this name.

                        And thank God, we also only know your Bibi now, well, you too at the Military Review.
                      2. atalef
                        atalef 13 November 2015 22: 44 New
                        +3
                        Quote: vovanpain
                        Well, I’m sorry I wanted the best, I’ll have to suffer myself.

                        Vladimir, PR technologies in the Russian Federation are worked out to perfection, DAM is needed where he sits.
                        DAM for the Russians Yu as Israel for the Arabs - there is always someone to blame wink
                        Quote: vovanpain
                        and thank God we also only know your Bibi now, well, you too at the Military Review.

                        repeat hi
                        Compare me with Bibi - already good good
                        hi
  18. 19max70
    19max70 13 November 2015 20: 58 New
    +1
    To deify early.
  • Andrey NM
    Andrey NM 13 November 2015 19: 13 New
    +5
    I already said here that Shoigu would be the best prime minister. It seems to me. His grasp be healthy. He left the Ministry of Emergencies in excellent condition, during the leadership of the Ministry of Defense in the army and navy there have been improvements, and they are noticeable. A person can work for himself and for the country.
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 November 2015 20: 12 New
      +7
      Quote: Andrew NM
      I already said here that Shoigu would be the best prime minister.

      Medvedev’s worthless business, it seems the tandem will fall apart, after President Shoigu after Putin (by the way, this is not a bad option)
    2. Das Boot
      Das Boot 13 November 2015 21: 48 New
      +1
      Quote: Andrew NM
      His grasp be healthy.

      acumen, charisma, merit ... This, of course, is all good. But is it enough for a successful premiership?
      1. atalef
        atalef 13 November 2015 21: 58 New
        +1
        Quote: Das Boot
        Quote: Andrew NM
        His grasp be healthy.

        acumen, charisma, merit ... This, of course, is all good. But is it enough for a successful premiership?

        Well, depending on what charisma laughing
  • Signaller
    Signaller 13 November 2015 19: 15 New
    -12
    Yes friends. There is one more circumstance. How Putin and Dam came, so the dominance of St. Petersburg in all forms. . It is necessary to change the elite. Tuvinians will be smaller, definitely, which is a plus.
    1. 19max70
      19max70 13 November 2015 20: 44 New
      +1
      Did you hear about BERs? Who is ready, let's talk.
    2. anti-Semite
      anti-Semite 13 November 2015 20: 56 New
      0
      Eltsyn Yekaterinburg how do you like the results of his reign?
      1. Aleksandr Tot
        Aleksandr Tot 14 November 2015 23: 59 New
        0
        Anti-Semite, you are not a secret for carefully reading. If simpler - crap full of your letters. Overpaying you clearly if you are still here.
    3. Signaller
      Signaller 13 November 2015 21: 04 New
      -3
      And what didn’t you see. ??????? St. Petersburg rule. Atu them. I think we will be lucky. I appeal to the Moscow and other guys, spread rot in silence ???? Well, when the time comes to say your FE-soak. -Think.
      1. Aleksandr Tot
        Aleksandr Tot 15 November 2015 00: 06 New
        0
        Exactly. Think if you have it in the instructions. The writers are completely foolish for you.
  • AQUARIUS 65
    AQUARIUS 65 13 November 2015 19: 16 New
    +2
    Emergency Master ...

    Shoigu was appointed Putin by the Moscow Region because only the Minister for Emergencies could pull the RF Armed Forces out of the quagmire into which the "effective" manager Serdyukov drove her.
    1. 19max70
      19max70 13 November 2015 20: 47 New
      +1
      However, Serdyukov is on the team or are you not following the news ?.
  • raid14
    raid14 13 November 2015 19: 17 New
    +6
    Whose mill is the journalist pouring water on?
    “When Putin came to power, his strategists needed to introduce an amorphous new leader to society. Former Kremlin adviser Gleb Pavlovsky said that the administration“ consciously built ”Putin’s image in part in the image of Shoigu.“ Putin also had to be made a rescuer, ”says he. Shoigu, who had never shown a desire to engage in party politics, wisely decided to leave the center of the stage. According to Pavlovsky, he understood that "one log of two bears will not hold."
    Quite a pathetic attempt, gentlemen, to try to drive a wedge between the President and the Minister of Defense.
  • Clutch
    Clutch 13 November 2015 19: 19 New
    +1
    Today I would vote for Shoigu without hesitation. Medvedev is not the president, the prime minister - YES! But not the president. there is no vein of a leader in him, although the performer is conscientious.
  • chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 13 November 2015 19: 19 New
    +7
    Any leader (activist) in History differed from the slumber by the number of "legions" that he could lead not for money but according to the WORD. In a difficult time for Russia, I would go for Shoigu. Although not a “legion” to call me, he would have laid out and applied everything that he had learned in life.
    1. Uncle Joe
      Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 23: 17 New
      +1
      Quote: chelovektapok
      In a difficult time for Russia, I would go for Shoigu
      Have you already gone to 91 and 93?
  • 205577
    205577 13 November 2015 19: 21 New
    +7
    Hey, author, everything seems to be written correctly, and a fly in the ointment (with a good bucket) goes through the whole article - Putin turns out to have captured Crimea! You, the author, would go to hell with such coverage of events until the people of Crimea found you, otherwise people will find out that they were "captured" and may not understand ... not to forgive .. and not to let go.
    I was taught this way - the commander should "love" (I replace for harmony, who knows - he will understand), and feed. So Shoigu is just such a commander.
    God forbid not to fulfill the order, but they will not leave you to tear apart any trash.
    So, you can wipe your drool, gentlemen, bullshit liberals, but the army has a real minister of defense (and if necessary, a minister of war - the army will not mind), and not you, the traitors of your homeland, can judge this person.
    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 19: 36 New
      +3
      I fully support !!! I work in the MORF medicine system. I have not heard a bad word about Kuzhugetovich. Man. With a capital letter. The only embarrassing thing is that the stool was not hung by the eggs.
      1. Dry_T-50
        Dry_T-50 14 November 2015 12: 59 New
        0
        Quote: Dr. Bormental
        The only confusing - the stool for yayki not hung.

        Shoigu can not plant stool
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  • Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 13 November 2015 19: 23 New
    +4
    The article is not that provocative as ☆☆ Viktor 561 ☆☆ wrote, but disgusting. What matters to strangers, what is in our house? Who is earlier, who is later? There is Putin. Thank God our president’s good health is sporty. biographies of our politicians? Let them follow their own. Sergey Kuzhugetovich in his place and people always respect him without the prompting of any foreign journalists.
    1. Ilotan
      Ilotan 13 November 2015 20: 19 New
      +2
      This is elementary envy. Well, they don’t have leaders at that level.
  • v1tz
    v1tz 13 November 2015 19: 24 New
    +4
    Personally, I am in favor of choosing the leaders of the state according to his affairs, and not according to advertising booklets, billboards, stupid conversations, who is better, according to Western democratic laws, who has more money. The leaders like Shoigu are the most for Russia. It is not yet time for us to indulge and experiment with all sorts of shells, it is dearer to ourselves.
  • sw6513
    sw6513 13 November 2015 19: 24 New
    +1
    I personally am very happy that Russia, after the sales of Serdyukov, has such serious leaders !!! We will be even more afraid of the enemies (who are not asleep).
  • staryivoin
    staryivoin 13 November 2015 19: 27 New
    +4
    In Great Vritania (this is not a typo) again the files did not fall into a single folder. Again, they became envious that the President of the Russian Federation and the Minister of Defense of the same country live in perfect harmony. And everything turns out in hockey and the “calibers” make a “present” from RUSSIA to the West. And what, and Mr. Cameron is all about something extraordinary ... So after all, everything is simpler than a “steamed” turnip, but don’t go to our REPA. And everything will be Oh, K. And even easier, remember your best prime minister who did not like RUSSIA to the point of horror, but at the same time understood - “Russians may seem narrow-minded, impudent or even stupid people, but it remains only to pray to those who get in their way.”

    Source: http://fishki.net/1249220-uinston-cherchill-o-russkih.html © Fishki.net
  • Dr. Bormental
    Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 19: 31 New
    +2
    "The Russian political system is relentlessly haunted by the question of what will happen after Putin"
    Personally, Lavrov is very nice to me.
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 13 November 2015 19: 44 New
      +1
      Quote: Dr. Bormental
      "The Russian political system is relentlessly haunted by the question of what will happen after Putin"
      Personally, Lavrov is very nice to me.

      Lavrov is in his place and he is a diplomat, this is a slightly different sphere. Kuzhugetovich has more chances than Dimon, maybe we don’t know what, but I don’t see any more
  • anfil
    anfil 13 November 2015 19: 35 New
    14
    Putin This couple celebrated their birthday by playing hockey in their amateur club. Putin scored seven goals, and Shoigu one more bargain. Their team won a landslide victory.




    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 19: 45 New
      0
      hamburgers did their job ... replaced the brain
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  • Signaller
    Signaller 13 November 2015 19: 42 New
    -3
    By cons, I understood one-Petersburg here more- Definitely. We’ll break through. Wipe yourself later.
    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 19: 50 New
      +1
      That's all to Peter stuck with our (I did not minus))). By the way, here you are kidding, but I'm afraid - ISIS promised us terrorist attacks.
  • ML-334
    ML-334 13 November 2015 19: 44 New
    +1
    The people yearned for Stalin, at worst, according to Lenin, in order to arm the people in a battle with the bourgeoisie in the name of a brighter future. It’s not clear why the bloodsuckers are still drinking our blood.
    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 20: 06 New
      -2
      Do you want war? I respect both Stalin and Lenin, fundamental personalities, but their methods seem to me too bloody.
      1. anti-Semite
        anti-Semite 13 November 2015 20: 59 New
        +2
        their methods are adequate to that time and those challenges
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  • AlexTires
    AlexTires 13 November 2015 19: 45 New
    0
    If Shoigu is first appointed prime minister, then it is highly likely that he will be the president in 2018 ....
    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 19: 56 New
      0
      interesting question .. I somehow did not even think about it. The egg-headed, to be honest, a little fed up - neither fish nor meat. I really like Shoigu, but he is very tough. Lavrov somehow more democratic or something ... maybe him?
      1. Mikhalych 70
        Mikhalych 70 14 November 2015 08: 42 New
        0
        Lavrov swears not politically incorrect laughing
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    3. atalef
      atalef 13 November 2015 21: 11 New
      0
      Quote: AlexTires
      If Shoigu is first appointed prime minister, then it is highly likely that he will be the president in 2018 ....

      Great, but ...
      It all depends on what plans Putin has for the future.
      The people of Russia are so amorous and loyal to the authorities that who knows how to turn Putin’s election against Shoigu (during Shoigu as the current president) - and Putin cannot lose - therefore, the question is about Shoigu.
      1. andj61
        andj61 13 November 2015 21: 26 New
        +2
        Quote: atalef
        The people of Russia are so amorous and loyal to the authorities that who knows how to turn Putin’s election against Shoigu (during Shoigu as the current president) - and Putin cannot lose - therefore, the question is about Shoigu.

        Such a question was already raised when Putin was not even in the first place — in the first place! Yeltsin went over the successors: first Nemtsov, then Chernomyrdin, then Stepashin, then - finally - Putin. So, the nomination of Shoigu was called between Chernomyrdin and Stepashin. He then clearly and convincingly refused, citing the fact that the Ministry of Emergencies still requires work, and this is not his profile (then a deputy prime minister, prime minister or acting prime minister were appointed as the successor to the post of high government post).
        So all this has already happened before - and then Shoigu had the highest rating compared to ALL candidates, including the then president.
  • 178
    178 13 November 2015 19: 48 New
    0
    We live and see.
  • gcn
    gcn 13 November 2015 19: 57 New
    +3
    Shoigu and Lavrov will be a great team if well-wishers do not push again a lover of iPhones and innovations.
    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 20: 08 New
      +2
      His name is iPhone smile
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  • v.yegorov
    v.yegorov 13 November 2015 20: 06 New
    -1
    Now there are new questions and assumptions: will fate give him a higher post?

    "He will give, he will give, how not to give, but why not give him!" But seriously, then
    it will be the most worthy successor after Putin. I hope this happens.
    Perhaps he will go beyond Putin and pay attention not only outside, but also in
    inside of Russia.
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 13 November 2015 20: 50 New
      -1
      Quote: v.yegorov
      it will be the most worthy successor after Putin

      Full garbage. Even justifying is lazy ..

      Quote: v.yegorov
      I hope this happens

      "The hopes of young men feed .." continue ..

      Quote: v.yegorov
      Perhaps he will go beyond Putin and pay attention not only outside, but also in
      inside of Russia

      If Putin "did not pay attention" to what is happening "inside Russia" - you would have long sucked .. paw. It is at best yes

      Do you seriously think that you understand what is happening in Russia now?

      I feel sorry for you if that is so.
  • pazuhinm
    pazuhinm 13 November 2015 20: 08 New
    +1
    "Instead, Shoigu began to rub into confidence. In 2000, he presented Putin with a black Labrador Koni, who became the president’s favorite dog."

    Well, of course you can’t give a damn. The status of the newspaper obliges
  • raketnik
    raketnik 13 November 2015 20: 09 New
    0
    oh how little teeth are shrinking with rage that there aren’t, there are no such figures in the bright elven world .... already experts from Anglo-Sax universities are already shouting with a cry .... it seems that everyone has already won, delivered, paid, drank and then BAC BAC BAC ... YOURSELF ... SUCH FIGURES, SUCH PERSONALITY The elves in shock the Mordor are taxiing while on 5 and Legolas lost their strategic initiative
  • sabakina
    sabakina 13 November 2015 20: 10 New
    +5
    I will go around the political part of the article ...
    When Shoigu at the end of 2012 took over the reins of the Ministry of Defense, ...
    Under Shoigu, the Russian army "shows such combat readiness, organization, and skill in logistics that we have not seen before," said Evelyn Farkas,

    The fish always goes out of my head, and I'm glad that our "tail" is the first fresh. This is to say that our soldiers, sailors and officers of the Armed Forces, deep down remembered, did not forget the Soviet military school. Unlike the country 404 ...
    In two years, it is impossible to make a modern army out of a wild horde. Thank you guys!
    Long years Shoigu!
    PySy. About the presidency. If the world rhetoric regarding Russia will not only continue in the same vein, but will intensify, I think that the next presidential election will not be soon ... Do not agree that "they do not change horses at the crossing"?
    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 13 November 2015 20: 20 New
      +3
      ... Do not agree that "they do not change horses at the crossing"?

      That's right, but you don’t need to drag it out to Brezhnev. There’s really no successor. Too Putin is a fundamental person.
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 13 November 2015 20: 37 New
        +1
        Dr. Bormental, let's not confuse those times and these ... Compare that rhetoric of the West, at the level of Kukryniksy and the current-PRO ...
        1. Cat man null
          Cat man null 13 November 2015 21: 51 New
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          Quote: sabakina
          Compare that rhetoric of the West, at the level of Kukryniksy and present-PRO

          The incident with the Boeing, which was shot down, do not remember?

          Here, read at your leisure:

          http://kob.su/content/sakhalinskii-intsidient-briun-mishiel-chitat/

          The Sakhalin Incident, Michel Bruhn. I recommend reading it. And there is a "level of Kukryniksy" no
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 14 November 2015 00: 03 New
            +1
            Quote: Cat Man Null
            Quote: sabakina
            Compare that rhetoric of the West, at the level of Kukryniksy and present-PRO

            The incident with the Boeing, which was shot down, do not remember?

            Here, read at your leisure:

            http://kob.su/content/sakhalinskii-intsidient-briun-mishiel-chitat/

            The Sakhalin Incident, Michel Bruhn. I recommend reading it. And there is a "level of Kukryniksy" no

            What kind of a Boeing? there was time, too much, and what?
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 14 November 2015 00: 08 New
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              Quote: sabakina
              What kind of a Boeing? there was time, too much, and what?

              September 1, 1983. Korean. If you read a book by reference, everything was much funnier there than just a Korean Boeing.

              And there’s no need to yell like that laughing

              Lighthouse: there about a dozen or two aircraft were shot down, only this night. I’ve read a book for a long time, I don’t remember the exact numbers repeat
      2. Cat man null
        Cat man null 13 November 2015 21: 45 New
        +1
        Quote: Dr. Bormental
        There’s really no successor

        He is not a "successor" and not a "receiver" .. he is a "successor".

        PS: The fact that you and I have not yet shown it does not mean that it does not exist.

        IMHA, yes wink
  • bashkort
    bashkort 13 November 2015 20: 11 New
    +2
    The GDP will once again become the President, the terms are now 7 years, so the conversation about the successors on the post is very premature.
  • iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 13 November 2015 20: 14 New
    +3
    Quote: MIKHAN
    If Putin is overwhelmed (God forbid!) There will be a "dark horse" ... And Putin is preparing him ... He understands that he won’t last long .. Men are such things! hi


    Meehan, at one time read manuals on the work of security services of large corporations (there are all sorts of cocktails). It is written - the president and vice-presidents should never intersect in the same space. Putin and Medvedev are sitting on the same platform side by side (in the FSO strained, in any way). Why are they sitting and not afraid of anything? And because Russia is ruled by a "syncline of cardinals" - people like Yevgeny Maksimovich Primakov (his kingdom be in heaven). From a rearrangement of terms, the sum does not change. Putin is completely independent in making decisions, but he takes into account the recommendations of his senior comrades, VERY takes into account, I think.
  • Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 13 November 2015 20: 18 New
    0
    It's about Team. And there is nothing more destructive for a team than to start opposing team members to each other. Well what kind of bend? Do you have any business? Let them sort out the dirty linen of their politicians.
  • bubla5
    bubla5 13 November 2015 20: 21 New
    0
    Shoigu is better than a bear again, or even military power for five years
  • onix757
    onix757 13 November 2015 20: 22 New
    -1
    Vladimir Putin - to Alexei Kudrin: “Who called you the best finance minister in the world?” And you, Vladimir Vladimirovich, the best president? smile
  • Gunther
    Gunther 13 November 2015 20: 24 New
    +1
    Author Quote:
    Because of such tricks he was given the nickname "Shaitan"
    Such high jinks earned him the nickname Shaitan (“Satan").

    The rotten arrogant Saxon article with a double bottom is symbolic that they did not mention the military service of the Minister of Defense (he did not go through urgent).
    Author Quote:
    the administration “consciously built” Putin’s image in part in the image of Shoigu.

    In those years, few people knew about Shoigu and he was of little interest to anyone.
    Drive in a wedge, rightly said above.
    Instead, Shoigu began to rub into confidence. In 2000, he presented Putin with a black Labrador Koni, who became the president’s favorite dog

    What is it ?!
  • DMB3000
    DMB3000 13 November 2015 20: 30 New
    0
    Quote: PANEL VDVshny
    Quote: MIKHAN
    . He understands that he won’t last long ..

    From the oracle ... well, he knows everything. Putin sits under the bed, Shoigu hides behind the toilet ... and everyone knows belay

    and why was he given a marshal? mole.
  • vair
    vair 13 November 2015 20: 30 New
    0
    Quote: dr.Bo
    Shoigu is undeniably a good person. But the tone of the article painfully resembles the "moaning" of liberals:
    "... Putin gave up the armed forces ...", "... Instead, Shoigu began to rub into confidence ..."
    "... When Putin decided to capture Crimea, Shoigu sent his ..."
    stop
    And it seems that many simply did not read it.

    Exactly, and I got the impression winked
    1. Stinger
      Stinger 13 November 2015 20: 51 New
      0
      Why not read? Read. Remained a stupid habit of reading. Typical terminology naglosaksa. I think we ourselves will deal with receivers and with candidates for those without their ratings. And about this scribble, what do you want to expect from our sworn friends? An objective and friendly approach to events. No, the guys from the traders will never wait for this. The benefit is above all. This was the first word for us, and for them the first is always a benefit.
  • cap
    cap 13 November 2015 20: 44 New
    +2
    Quote: dr.Bo
    Shoigu is undeniably a good person. But the tone of the article painfully resembles the "moaning" of liberals:
    "... Putin gave up the armed forces ...", "... Instead, Shoigu began to rub into confidence ..."
    "... When Putin decided to capture Crimea, Shoigu sent his ..."
    stop
    And it seems that many simply did not read it.

    Envy is felt bordering on jealousy. Pearls have nasty agrees on all 100.
    And the photos are cool. It’s a pity that they look like Shoigu S.K. surrounded by Putin V.V. on the fingers count. I won’t enumerate so as not to offend anyone.
  • Boris Zidkov
    Boris Zidkov 13 November 2015 20: 52 New
    0
    Severny. And that you attacked so much. Charle ,, k458. Lived once in Tuva and Khakassia. And I could tell you something. How do you explain the rare survivability of Shoigu in the ranks of power ministers. And the confrontation in 2000, Shoigu-Ivanov -Then min defense.