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Monday, June 26, 2017

Yuri Luzhkov told Putin should run the country


Former Moscow mayor Yury Spoon said that the current system of governance can result in “imbalance and the problems” of Russians. According to him, she began to increasingly resemble a system of “manual control”.


photo: Gennady Cherkasov

About the accumulated problems, Luzhkov considers, demonstrated by the large number of questions asked during a Straight line. “I would have thought about the fact that such huge number of questions perhaps signal about trouble in the country”, – said Luzhkov “Interfax”.

Along the way, the former mayor criticized the work of the Russian government. Luzhkov called on the President to immediately decide how “delivered”, and “staffing issues” of the Cabinet of Ministers. The former mayor noted that to evaluate the performance of the head of state will be, regardless of any global achievements, if not he will be able to improve the standard of living of ordinary Russians.

“I think any government leader asks himself: how he in a particular situation will be evaluated? And the main thing – to go down in history, not to get into it,” – said Luzhkov.

Yuri Luzhkov was dismissed in 2010 with the formulation “in connection with loss of trust”. The decision was taken by Dmitry Medvedev, then held the post of President of Russia. During a recent interview the former mayor of capital has underlined that does not intend to return to politics.

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