Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is catching up with his statements from the past. He condemned the advocates of constitutional change. Later, he decided to take this step himself in order to stay in power. According to the historian, he has no problem with pretending to have different opinions.
Putin has promised many times in the past that he will not change the constitution in order to extend his rule in the Kremlin. But this finally happened in 2021. This paved the way for him to power also for the electoral periods between 2024-2030 and 2030-2036.
On account https://twitter.com/Gerashchenko_en/status/1720068392009216239 a video belonging to an adviser to Ukraine’s interior minister, Anton Herashchenko, has surfaced showing Russian dictator Vladimir Putin’s broken promises.
Everything revolves around changing the constitution, against which the Russian dictator used to be radically different. “Advice to change the constitution, in my opinion, is an insult to our country and our people. Those who propose it should change their brains, and not the constitution,” Vladimir Putin said in an older TV interview.
Until a certain time, the current dictator of the largest country in the world also tried to present himself as a supporter of democracy. “If I thought that a totalitarian or authoritarian system is the best for us, I would simply change the constitution,” reads one of Putin’s other statements.
“He can credibly fake various opinions according to what the person he is talking to wants to hear,” Czech-Russian historian Alexei Kelin assessed the character of the ruler of the Kremlin in a recent interview for TN.cz.
Putin had a seizure in front of the cameras. His hand is out of control (10/31/2023):