French media explained why the protests began in Khabarovsk


After the arrest of the head of the Khabarovsk Territory Sergey Furgal, thousands of discontented people took to the streets of the region. Russian political scientist Fyodor Krasheninnikov, in an interview with the French newspaper Liberation, explained why mass protests began in Khabarovsk.


It cannot be ruled out that Furgal is really guilty - the party of Zhirinovsky is often associated with dubious entrepreneurs and local economic the elites. But why should he be transported to the capital, because the official was arrested in the Far East, and he will be charged with crimes committed in this region? Perhaps they want to remove him from the political system.

Moscow is preparing for the upcoming elections at various levels, and now there is a sweep of those who were previously elected against the will of the Kremlin. According to Krasheninnikov, Sergey Furgal believed in the ability to act on behalf of his voters - after all, in the 2017 elections, about 70 percent of local residents voted for him, preferring him to Vyacheslav Shport, the nominee from United Russia.

During a vote on amendments to the Russian Constitution, the Khabarovsk governor again refused to act on the orders of the Kremlin, having done nothing to increase the turnout and “yes” answers in the ballots. Now they decided to punish him for obstinacy. This arrest should be a lesson to those who believe in their political the future without looking at Moscow.

Actually, people didn’t take part in the protests in Khabarovsk to support Furgal as such, but because the residents were offended by the authorities' attempt to steal their votes. After all, the federal center relied on another candidate and on other election results, so the governor is arrested, and the will of the Khabarovsk citizens depreciates

- the expert believes, the words of which are quoted by Le Figaro.
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  1. Vladimir_ Voronov (Vladimir) 15 July 2020 14: 58
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    During a vote on amendments to the Russian Constitution, the Khabarovsk governor again refused to act on the orders of the Kremlin, having done nothing to increase the turnout and “yes” answers in the ballots.

    Printing such nonsense, the author claims that most of those who came and voted, they were forced to do so. Or maybe the author is trying to justify his infantility, or to work out the registered money received for writing such articles? Author, subscribe at least with a pseudonym.
    And the governor was sent to Moscow so that the investigators and judges were not local - this is a common practice in the investigation of such cases.
    1. Kristallovich Offline
      Kristallovich (Ruslan) 15 July 2020 15: 30
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      Author, subscribe at least with a pseudonym.

      You have read the text inattentively. Try again.
      1. Vladimir_ Voronov (Vladimir) 15 July 2020 16: 57
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        The author refers to this person - Fedor Krasheninnikov:

        In 1994-1998, he was a member of the LDPR [12], headed the Yekaterinburg city organization of the LDPR [13].
        Member of the campaign headquarters of candidates for governors of the region Eduard Rossel (United Russia).
        In 2011, he participated in the creation of the People’s Freedom Party [23] [24].
        Active participant in the protest movement in Russia in 2011-2013
        In 2014, during the Crimean Crisis, he condemned the official policy of the Russian Federation on these issues

        He, in the words of Lenin, is a "political prostitute" who is trying to make money on hype. Is it possible to seriously consider his opinion ???
        1. Kristallovich Offline
          Kristallovich (Ruslan) 15 July 2020 17: 12
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          Do not consider. Nobody demands this from you. However, the author is indicated.
  2. Alexey Maksimov Offline
    Alexey Maksimov (Alexey Maximov) 15 July 2020 16: 02
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    The French would be silent - what year are the protests going on !!
  3. Monster_Fat Offline
    Monster_Fat (What's the difference) 16 July 2020 01: 16
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    The French media did not explain, but quoted the words of the “Russian expert”:

    Russian political scientist Fedor Krasheninnikov explained in an interview to the French newspaper Liberation

    That is, this is not the opinion of the "French media", but the explanation of one of the Russian type of "experts" published in France. The title of the title does not match the content of the article.
    1. Kristallovich Offline
      Kristallovich (Ruslan) 16 July 2020 11: 20
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      That is, in your opinion, this is no longer the French media? Who cares whose opinion?