Deputies from 17 districts in Moscow and Saint Petersburg are demanding the resignation of Russian President Vladimir Putin. To this end, they signed a public statement. that reports insider, A Russian news site that has been blocked in Russia since July and has been operating out of Latvia since then.
said local politicians representing the provinces of several million Russians.
The statement was published by Ksenia Torstream, a lawmaker from Saint Petersburg. Torstream said in a conversation with insider. Nor is it forbidden to support the resignation of the president, he is not a property and receives a salary from our taxes.
Torstrem and her colleagues emphasize that they act in the best interests of the people they represent. “We see that people are not satisfied,” Torstream said. Our people are the source of authority according to the constitution. Personally, I do not understand the motives for Vladimir Putin’s actions in Ukraine.
Representatives demand the Russian government to accuse Putin of treason
Deputies from Moscow and Saint Petersburg are demanding the Russian parliament, the State Duma, to accuse Putin of “treason” over the war in Ukraine. According to the signatories to the statement, Putin’s actions fall under Article 93 of the Russian Constitution. That article states that the president can be removed from office if the State Duma finds him guilty of treason or other serious crimes.
british newspaper telegraph A message that the signatories to the statement have since received a fine. The amount of this fine is unknown.
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