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The author is not original: behind resignation Government of the Russian Federation and reforms Constitutions he sees only attempt Vladimir Putin to remain in policy and the ambassador of 2024. Insults about bad investment climate, possible "captures of neighbour's lands" and cynicism on which Vladimir Putin allegedly bypassed Yeltsin and Gorbachev Mikhail are used. Thus the author as though does not notice: he says that reforms "a la Gorbachev Mikhail" can disorganize the country — and itself advises them and to carry out. In the attempt to keep in power the Russian autocratic president pretends that submits to the constitutional norms. Yesterday's...

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Vladimir Putin
Last position: President of the Russian Federation
Dmitry Medvedev
Last position: Vice-chairman (Security Council of the Russian Federation)
Nursultan Nazarbayev
Last position: Head (Republic security council Kazakhstan)
Gorbachev Mikhail
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