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Friday, March 23, 2018

Gryzlov came up with a “stable change”, not to talk of revolution

Chairman of the Supreme Council of “United Russia” and the former speaker of the state Duma Boris Gryzlov commented on the data VTsIOM, according to which Russians came a request for change in the country.

photo: kremlin.ru

Recall that last Tuesday, the head of VTsIOM Valery Fedorov said that the revolutionary mood in the country do not arise in a crisis, and when you exit it. According to Fedorov, now the Russians want “to be free”, “have more opportunities”, “to be more equal say, equal access to public services, the independent court, and so forth.”

A sociologist expressed confidence that the electorate need to “sell” stability and change.

These statements Fedorov, according to the quote RIA “Novosti”, and commented on Gryzlov, who said that “the desire of the majority for change does not contradict the desire for stability and does not mean any revolutionary sentiments. Rather, we can talk about the requirement of stable change for the better, growth of welfare”.

Gryzlov explained that only with the beginning of Vladimir Putin for the first time in a hundred years, the citizens of Russia began to live well: “From 1914 to 2000, 86 years, the citizens of the country periodically had to tighten their belts.”


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