“At the level of Tajikistan”: Czechs on voting on the Constitution in the Russian Federation


The Czech portal iDNES.cz has published a short article about the vote taking place in Russia these days, in which the population should support or reject the amendments to the Constitution proposed by the authorities. Particularly mentioned is the fact that the current edition will allow the current head of state to remain in office at least until 2036.


We previously published Photo unusual polling stations.

Comments of Czechs:

Russia is less and less different from totalitarian dictatorships. Now, instead of at least a formal change of presidents (Putin - Medvedev - Putin), Putin remains forever. This puts Russia on a par with China, Turkmenistan or Tajikistan.

- states Oldřich Lacina.

August 19, 1934 Hitler received the title of Fuhrer in a referendum

- reminds Ludvik Spinka.

If all the proposed changes in this referendum are approved by the Russians, then they will only confirm that they do not belong to the civilized world of the 21st century

- argues Marek Klufa.

What is so wonderful in Russia is that they always know in advance how they will succeed. On the one hand, this provides some security and stability. On the other hand, this is their biggest weakness, because when something goes wrong and it turns out differently than previously planned, the whole system just goes to pieces and collapses. In this case, Medvedev is in stock ...

- believes Petr Slavík, recalling the former Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.

The beginning of the current system in Russia should be sought in the victory of Yeltsin over parliamentarism. Interestingly, at that time it didn’t interfere so much with the West [...]

- User Peter Muller recalled the October 1993 coup.

Russians were closest to democracy under Gorbachev. Everything else turned out to be the dictatorship of kings, Bolsheviks or the mafia. And now it’s like under Stalin. Only the Gulag yet .....

- writes Jan Macháč.

People choose someone who has already proven relatively good because they are afraid of change. And not without reason, for the opposite examples can be observed in Western states

- suggests Tomáš Zemánek.

Imagine that you repeatedly choose someone with whom you already have good experience and who suits you

- Supports Jiří Málek.

Putin is the best choice for Russia and also for the EU, which is now holding back nationalists. It is hard to imagine that such an Americanophile as a drunken Yeltsin would have passed today

- states Leo David.

Do Russians dare to introduce into the Constitution that marriage is a union of a man and a woman, ignoring the other 40 sexes? This is unprecedented courage, and Brussels will make a statement soon

- the user Olga Bocková is maliciously ironic.

[...] The average Russian still thinks like in the time of tsarist Russia. Unfortunately this is the case

- notes Lubomír Sigmund.
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  1. You see how he smoothes these Hitler litter! So, come on the right path, comrades!
  2. voenmor Offline
    voenmor (voenmor) 28 June 2020 11: 45
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    The Czechs then parted, they really care about the constitution of the Russian Federation.
    1. Gennady1959 Offline
      Gennady1959 (Gennady) 30 June 2020 14: 45
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      Quote: voenmor
      they care about the constitution of the Russian Federation

      I am interested in the question "Why such increased attention to the Czech Republic?"
      1. Monument to Konev. What, is this the first monument dismantled abroad (Baltic, Ukraine, Poland)? Everywhere wiped, reconciled and forgot. An all-Russian tantrum was rolled over the monument in the Czech Republic, which for 4 months already could not end.
      2. The referendum in Russia. Who is interested in the opinion of the Czechs and the whole Czech Republic (independent countries on which nothing depends) on this issue? Maybe we will discuss the opinion of the Portuguese or Luxembourgers regarding amendments to the Constitution of Russia? And what does the guard of the casino in San Marino think on this issue? Rave!
      Based on the foregoing, the conclusion suggests itself that all this is a custom-made company against the Czech Republic. It's hard to spoil what is not. There are no particularly outstanding economic or political relations with the Czech Republic.
      The Czech Republic does not carry out any real hostile actions against Russia. In the Czech Republic there are no NATO troops, no missiles, other NATO facilities. The same Poles are much more radical and aggressive, and in Russia there is no such hysteria against Poland and the Poles.
      Maybe someone is annoying that the Czech Republic is the only one from the countries of the socialist community (and even from the republics of the former USSR) that is successfully developing under capitalist conditions?
      Why is all this and who benefits from it?
  3. Cheburgen Offline
    Cheburgen 28 June 2020 12: 55
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    The supremacy of Russian laws will be adopted, this is the main thing, and then let even the hair on .... tear, there will be no free money anymore.
  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 28 June 2020 13: 26
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    And on the fig media from the Czechs flatters ???
  5. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 28 June 2020 13: 34
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    And we even installed a polling station in the workshop. I ask: "And how to vote without a passport?"
    - And we have your passport data. We need your signature! "
    They say they show - everything is open. And the fans squeal with joy, from this circus. Lawlessness and do nothing to you.
  6. rotkiv04 Offline
    rotkiv04 (Victor) 28 June 2020 13: 41
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    Let them remember how they licked the boot of the democratic Aloisovich Shiklgruber, but then, with a clear conscience, they signed up for the winners. Bullshit sucks.
  7. Eduard Aplombov (Eduard Aplombov) 28 June 2020 14: 19
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    The opinion of such an important country and its media are very important, both for Russia and its subjects. It is very pleasant that even these giants are flattened by news from small Russia. Czechs and Czechs, I vote for amendments, albeit a little, but my country will be more independent and stronger than yesterday.
  8. Warrior Offline
    Warrior 28 June 2020 19: 04
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    I did not know that the Czechs are so stupid ..
    And why Germany does not stand in their DICTATURES - does the irreplaceable Merkel rule ETERNALLY there?
    In Russia, a national referendum is being held on this subject, and in Germany, a referendum has been held on this issue? - NOT.
    Crimea held a pan-Crimean referendum on joining Russia? But the GDR and the FRG-held such a referendum? - also no...
    Here it is, two-faced European democracy-democracy ..
  9. Don36 Offline
    Don36 (Don36) 29 June 2020 14: 16
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    It’s not for Czechs to open their mouths. The Czech army exists only for a show-off and has never defended the national interests of its state, and the Czech Republic itself is a six of six, which never had independence. Now under Austria-Hungary, then under Hitler, then under the USSR, today under the USA ...
  10. bzbo Offline
    bzbo (Black doctor) 29 June 2020 14: 42
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    The next partition of Poland - will already be atoms)
  11. Nikolay Malyugin (Nikolai Malyugin) 29 June 2020 15: 54
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    Corrections will pass. There should be no question. But the fight against liberals seems to me fictitious. Why? Touching Mikhail Efremov, I asked a question, and what conclusions were drawn from this tragedy. No answer. One noise.
    1. Ibuprofen Offline
      Ibuprofen (Novel) 30 June 2020 19: 15
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      Quote: Nikolai Malyugin
      But the fight against liberals seems to me fictitious.

      But why bother with the liberals? Why make evil of them?
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