Putin explained the decline in income of Russians and the difference between stagnation and stability


During a large video interview, Russian President Vladimir Putin answered a number of questions that are currently worrying Russian society.


Answering a journalist's question TASS Andrei Vandenko on personal responsibility for reducing the income of Russians and increasing the number of poor in the country, the head of state explained that these phenomena are caused by objective circumstances, in particular, due to lower oil prices on the world market.

He noted that the country is currently less dependent on fluctuations in oil prices, and the share of non-oil and gas revenues is growing. Putin added that it takes time:

We wanted to leave and gradually leave, by the way. We are really moving away from this, because the share of non-oil and gas revenues is growing. But it takes time, you can’t do it with one click of your fingers.

In response to the journalist’s comment that the state of Russia after 2008 can be called a “general strengthening run in place,” the president noted that he agreed with this term.

At the same time, he explained that the main difference between economic stability and stagnation is that stability is the basis for development, and stagnation is, in fact, a backward movement and rejection of development.
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  1. Afinogen Offline
    Afinogen (Afinogen) 4 March 2020 17: 33
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    ... these phenomena are caused by objective circumstances

    Again, one demagogy (20 years already the same thing). Well, what is it honestly not to say frankly, the oligarchs are starving, they don’t have bread, they poor have to put caviar on sausage. All for them and all for their sake. He is trying for them. As a matter of fact, for this they put him at the helm of the state.
  2. Rus Offline
    Rus 4 March 2020 19: 39
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    Fish rots from the head, it's everywhere.
    1. Breard Offline
      Breard (Serg) 6 March 2020 07: 46
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      Hmm ... I'm afraid I need to say:

      The fish has already rotted ... from the head ... it just rotted until it crumbled
    2. Valentine Offline
      Valentine (Valentin) 6 March 2020 14: 00
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      Quote: Rus
      The fish rots from the head

      That's just clean it from the tail.
  3. Observer2014 Offline
    Observer2014 4 March 2020 20: 08
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    As always about nothing. Well, "I kinda said about this problem." And enough for you. Purely Putin's. And the fact that prices in a nearby store have exceeded all conceivable limits is something like that. Tell me, you pressed the “Magnet”? For instance. Sorry, redeemed. To break the price to heaven? Do you and your friends have little money? How much more do you need? And what do you want, to experiment how much patience the people will have before the explosion?
    1. g1washntwn Offline
      g1washntwn (George Washington) 5 March 2020 06: 32
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      FAS has no questions regarding the overwhelming margins on the product. Bargain. Networks perform the most important function ... intermediaries and hucksters. With banks the same nonsense.
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  5. g1washntwn Offline
    g1washntwn (George Washington) 5 March 2020 06: 28
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    If you listen to everything, and not just the drawn paragraph about oil revenues, we can note inconsistencies in the logic:
    - the income of Russians is growing;
    - the number of poor is growing;
    - everything is stable ...
    That is, the incomes of some specific Russians are growing, while others are vice versa? Is stability a stable widening of the income gap? About the share of oil revenues -

    we are really leaving, but the proportion is growing

    ... ah, are we definitely leaving in the right direction?
  6. Valentine Offline
    Valentine (Valentin) 5 March 2020 11: 57
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    It is better to live in Brezhnev's "stagnation" than in today's "stability." Then pensioners from their retirement also put aside the book, but we did not hear about unemployment and a suffocating mortgage.
  7. Breard Offline
    Breard (Serg) 6 March 2020 07: 52
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    Yeah .... hmm, everything is relative. And in general, as a person evaluating life in the country according to the reports of his "subordinates" and "friends" .... well, and from the "conversations" with the "random Russian"

  8. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 6 March 2020 09: 15
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    Under Brezhnevsky stagnation, GDP grew by 5-7% per year ....
    Under the "Vladimir Yarn Sunny" everyone argues about the statistical error of its growth from 0%.
  9. Oleg Rambover Offline
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Rambover) 6 March 2020 12: 40
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    Over 20 years, the dependence of the budget on oil and gas has decreased from 65 to 55 percent. That is, to reach the Soviet 10 percent, it will take another 100 years?