In the administration of the President of the Russian Federation believe that the scandal around statements by Dmitry Medvedev on the earnings of teachers were deliberately inflated. Recall that the Prime Minister advised young Russian teachers who are dissatisfied with their salaries, to leave the profession and do business.
Opponents of Dmitry Medvedev specifically disseminated by the words of the head of the Cabinet about the teachers – this whole story is “obviously custom-made character”, told RBC two people in the Kremlin. They believe that the campaign against Medvedev unleashed by people claiming the Premiership.
The interlocutor of the edition noted that the scandal broke the next day after meeting the Prime Minister with the participants of the forum “Territory meanings on the Klyazma, where he was given the famous advice to teachers.
The source suggested that there are “specially trained people” who follow the statements of the Prime Minister to find some words that you can put in a negative light.” “In the end, you pulled the theme, beat it, gave in another context, and she went,” he says.
Another senior source RBC believes that Dmitry Medvedev, a former teacher and businessman, fell victim to their own openness. He came to a youth camp on the Klyazma, where he was in “his environment” among the teachers of Economics, therefore, “opened with these guys, and partly told them about the way.”
Recall that the corresponding statement the head of the Russian Cabinet made on August 2 on the sidelines of the forum “Territory” on the Klyazma, answering the question of the teacher from Dagestan. He asked Medvedev why the security forces receive 50 thousand roubles a month, and teachers – only 15 thousand.
The Prime Minister said in reply that for those who want to earn, there are “many good spots”, where it can be done “faster and better” – for example, in the business. Besides, he noted, “vigorous” teacher will always find an opportunity to find a raise.
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Medvedev’s words caused a great resonance in social networks and the media. The Prime Minister then recalled another of his famous phrase about “no money but you keep”, with which the politician appealed to the Crimean pensioners. Then on the website Change.org there appeared a petition to send the Prime Minister to resign, which scored 265 thousand signatures.
It should be noted that on 1 August on the website of the Financial Times newspaper published an article on the possible resignation of Medvedev after the September elections to the state Duma. As a possible candidate for the post of Chairman of the government called former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin. The Russian media drew attention to this publication, only 3 Aug. Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called reports of a possible reshuffle “guesswork”.
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