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    "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    New its clear medvedev ll the next and the last czar of Muscovite empire , Great news my brothers!




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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    I have never doubted that Putin would eventually make the necessary moves to appoint himself Tsar.

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Litwin View Post
    New its clear medvedev ll the next and the last czar of Muscovite empire ,
    Free mental health care is very difficult to get now, but I think in your case, you can count on it
    "They say that Bolshevism is liquidated and buried. Gentlemen grave diggers bury us too early. We are still alive, and the bourgeoisie will repeatedly shake up and tremble from the sounds of our voice "(c) Joseph Stalin, July 1917 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyYrsaWwZw4

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by TomFitz View Post
    I have never doubted that Putin would eventually make the necessary moves to appoint himself Tsar.
    he is a czar de facto already , and he is very very old, and wants to leave in 2024

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    He should stay away from high windows.

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by j brown's body View Post
    He should stay away from high windows.
    he is planing to stay in power, kind of Kazakhstan variant
    Although there were some signs of a looming transition of power, Nazarbayev’s resignation caught many by surprise. Importantly, he followed constitutional procedure to the letter and for the first time in 20 years, did not push for snap elections.

    This enforces the legitimacy of his temporary successor and launches the succession process, proof that he chose evolutionary development for Kazakhstan rather than revolutionary.

    Nazarbayev’s authority and ability to govern effectively had waned over the last couple of years. With rising political disaffection and an uncertain economic outlook related to the oil price, stagnant growth and inflationary tendencies, it is possible that the president decided to leave in case the situation deteriorated. He did not want his legacy to be tainted by a wrecked economy and weakened power base.

    While the resignation of Kazakhstan’s first president is significant, it does not signal any immediate major policy shifts. Rather, Nazarbayev will continue to rule as the elder statesman behind the throne.

    As chair of the Security Council he will wield great power domestically and still manage relationships with key neighbours including Russia and China. The real power transition is yet to come and Nazarbayev will be well-positioned to oversee it.
    Kazakhstan: Real Power Transition Still to Come | Chatham House

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by TomFitz View Post
    I have never doubted that Putin would eventually make the necessary moves to appoint himself Tsar.
    Quote Originally Posted by j brown's body View Post
    He should stay away from high windows.
    Russia's government has resigned, hours after President Vladimir Putin proposed sweeping constitutional changes that could prolong his stay in power.

    If approved by the public, the proposals would transfer power from the presidency to parliament.

    Mr Putin is due to step down in 2024 when his fourth term of office comes to an end.

    But there is speculation he could seek a new role or hold on to power behind the scenes.

    Mr Putin put forward his plans in his annual state of the nation address to lawmakers. Later, in an unexpected move, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced that the government was resigning to help facilitate the changes.
    Russian government resigns as Vladimir Putin plans future - BBC News

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    CNN JUST IN: "The entire Russian government resigns, clearing a way for President Vladimir Putin to enact reforms that would weaken his successor"
    The headline of the day, as well as a sample of the genre "any news from Russia is negative, because it is from Russia".
    "They say that Bolshevism is liquidated and buried. Gentlemen grave diggers bury us too early. We are still alive, and the bourgeoisie will repeatedly shake up and tremble from the sounds of our voice "(c) Joseph Stalin, July 1917 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyYrsaWwZw4

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Muscovite ulus can not be ruled by 2 or more czars, do you understand it commie - stalinist ? this is the end end of your juchi project, FINITO

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Litwin View Post
    he is a czar de facto already , and he is very very old, and wants to leave in 2024
    Uh...I think you need to reread the article you linked. He has no intention of leaving in 2024.

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