Gryzlov told why the Russians want change


RIA Novosti

MOSCOW, 10 Aug — RIA Novosti. The desire of the Russians to change, as evidenced by the polls of the sociologists, does not mean revolutionary sentiment, but rather is a requirement of stable change for the better, growth of welfare, the Chairman of the Supreme Council of “United Russia”, Chairman of Expert Council of the Institute of social studies (AISI) Boris Gryzlov.

Earlier the General Director of VTSIOM Valery Fedorov, speaking at the youth forum “Territory meanings on the Klyazma”, said that the Russians today are more willing to change than to stability, which for many years remained the main query. Fedorov recalled the “revolution of rising expectations”, and that “revolutionary sentiments do not appear in a crisis situation, and in a situation when the crisis is over and getting better, and at this point, the people stop suffering and start to demand”.

“The desire of the majority for change does not contradict the desire for stability and does not mean any revolutionary sentiments. Rather, we can talk about the requirement of stable change for the better, growth-oriented well-being”, — said Gryzlov released by the user polls cut sentiments of Russian citizens.

In his words, “the results of the opinion polls is an important signal to those who intend to propose and promote socio-economic measures, forcing people to tighten their belts.”

“From 1914 to 2000, 86 years, the citizens of the country periodically had to tighten their belts. Still today we need to think about the future and living generations. Today, resolute, but well-researched and well-explained to the people the steps in the financial-economic policy with clearly defined objectives and results. No other steps or measures with a known questionable social effect today do not work, because the citizens of Russia, they in no way don’t deserve,” concluded Gryzlov.