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Putin's Russia is considered "too good Hitler '

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Post by Admin on Wed Aug 19, 2015 6:36 pm

The current "electrified and aggressive" Russian society needs a hard head. Such an opinion in an interview live on "Explorer" stated the director of Center for Eastern European perspectives in Washington DC Nikolai Vorobyov.

"Russian society is now so electrified, how aggressive I do not think they will take some kind of liberal policies," - he said. "The Russians need a new Stalin?" - I asked the "Observer". "I think so. Request they just slip in there," - said Vorobyov. In this context, he added that Vladimir Putin's Russia is considered "too good Hitler", which continues to "stand on ceremony with the West," and expect him tougher action.

According to experts, "the tense situation in Russia could lead to what will come to power is absolutely inadequate, such as Kadyrov. I'm not kidding - Kadyrov could become president of Russia. He lacks ambition, it is popular in Russia."

"Even if there is a trade-off between pro-Western Russian elites and Brussels and Washington, I do not see a figure even in the inner circle. In place of Putin today can only be Medvedev, and then only with his consent," - said Vorobyov.

He also said that the West previously relied on strengthening of the Russian opposition, so that "they are quietly seeped into power", "Boris Nemtsov at the time proved that it is possible to win the municipal elections and to implement changes in the Yaroslavl region." But the situation has changed - the Russian opposition now "possible cut." "The nuts are tightened so that the democratic way to change the situation in Russia in the short term is impossible," - says the expert.

Recall the next presidential elections in Russia will take place in 2018, the State Duma - in September 2016. We also recall previously Nikolai Vorobyov curled: States began hunting on the head of Putin. In Russian


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