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Saturday, March 17, 2018

The former ideologist of “Nashi” Boris Yakimenko was going to become President

One of the ideologists and founders of the movement “Nashi”, since 2007 head of “Orthodox corps” this Pro-Kremlin organization, Boris Yakemenko expressed his intention to become a candidate in the presidential elections in 2018. According to him, neither brother Basil — the former leader “Ours”, nor the Kremlin, he this decision is not discussed.

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Boris Yakemenko announced the nomination before the start of the election campaign, he told the TV channel “Rain”. The political scientist is sure that has a lot to do for the country. Your chances of winning Yakimenko highly appreciated — otherwise wouldn’t run.

“It’s very important to understand how many votes can dial a normal person,” he adds.

In the early 2000-ies Boris Yakemenko, along with brother in addition to “Our” created movement “Walking together”. Since 2012, it is almost never mentioned in the press, the “Rain”. He says that he teaches history as a Professor at people’s friendship University, lectures on open platforms, writes monographs and textbooks. He is known as the Creator of the project “School of the great books.”

While the intention to run said only Vladimir Zhirinovsky and Grigory Yavlinsky. Vladimir Putin has not yet announced about the intention to go for another presidential term. It Yakimenko carefully criticizes the head of state. The analyst believes that Putin managed to create a relationship with the population, when people felt that he was speaking to each one of them, recently, however, the relationship weakened.

“Fair between Putin and the people rose lemonade, the government, the unjust country,” – he describes the situation in the country. Yakimenko also notes a sensation as if the instrument of change, become the direct line of the President.

The desire to go to the presidential elections and said the opposition leader Alexei Navalny, although its CEC to register is not going. Bulk Yakemenko considers a dictator, which the voice obtained from other political figures information.

Boris Yakimenko at the time wrote for the high school textbook “fundamentals of Orthodox culture”. In 2007 he was awarded the gratitude of the President for contribution to the education of youth.


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