Business Ombudsman Titov has declared, that is afraid to debate with Sobchak EKATERINBURG, 18 Jul — RIA Novosti. Ombudsman for entrepreneurs Boris Titov, applying for participation in the presidential elections of 2018, said he feared debate with TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak, have also declared their participation in the election campaign. “As for Sobchak, I consider her a smart woman. She got so butchered during one interview before the election… I honestly am afraid to debate with her. It’s hard to imagine how the Board controls the economy of the country,” Titov said, noting that, in his opinion, Sobchak is “a great political future.” Boris Titov visited the capital of the Middle Urals on 18 December, where he met with supporters and journalists, and also visited the plant of boiler equipment “UralHotel”.
Putin promised to consider a proposal for a large-scale Amnesty MOSCOW, 18 Jul — RIA Novosti. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin promised to consider the proposal of the Ombudsman for human rights in the Kaluga region Yuri Zelnikov on a large-scale Amnesty in the next year. Putin in the Kremlin on Monday presented state awards for outstanding achievements in the field of human rights and charitable activities. After the official ceremony the President talked with the guests, among whom were regional commissioners for human rights and members of the HRC. Zelnikov approached the President and voiced his suggestion. “Elections are coming. Maybe you could think about a large-scale Amnesty on election day? What do you think?” he asked, noting that it could become a good tradition. “You might think”, — said Putin. Kaluga Commissioner invited Putin to think about large-scale Amnesty pic.twitter.com/hf4vqjBrMX — Kremlin RIA Poole (@Kremlinpool_RIA) 18 Dec
The new Cabinet of Austria, led by the youngest Chancellor was sworn in VIENNA, 18 Jul — RIA Novosti. The new government of Austria, headed by the youngest Chancellor in the history of the Republic, 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz on Monday sworn in. 11фотографий11фотографий11фотографий From 2017 to 2021 in Austria will rule the coalition government of the conservative Austrian people’s party, led by Sebastian Kurz and right Austrian freedom party, whose leader, Heinz-Christian strache became Vice-Chancellor and Minister of sports at the same time. Foreign Minister of the Republic appointed the 52-year-old independent candidate Dr. Karin Kneissl. The defense Ministry on the proposal “right-wing” was headed by a former military man Mario Kunasek, Ministry of internal Affairs of the country passed into the hands of the Secretary-General “sobolnikov” Herbert Cycle. The ceremony The ceremony was held in the Imperial Hofburg Palace. Austrian President Alexander van der Bellen addressed the audience at
© Sergey Maligawa/TASS MOSCOW, December 18. /TASS/. Improving the quality of public administration and promotion of new generation of managers, and strengthening of civil society institutions can become the main strategic tasks in the field of socio-political life for a politician who takes the highest office after the elections of 2018. Monday after the official start of the election campaign, TASS spoke with experts who identified possible key challenges for the future head of state. A solid Foundation Reflecting on the nature of the upcoming campaign, the experts agree that she will first pass through the referendum scenario and will serve as confirmation of the confidence of the head of the country and the course of its development, carried out in the last years. Accordingly, the political strategy for the next presidential term will be formed on the basis of the need to solve or find a solution to pressing
© Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS MOSCOW, December 18. /TASS/. Development of new models of cooperation with the US and the EU, strengthening positions in Asia and find a lasting place in the world monetary system can become the main strategic task in foreign policy for the President of the Russian Federation, who will win the elections in March 2018. Such estimates of the future presidential “six-year” at the request of TASS that experts in the field of foreign policy the day of the official start of the election campaign in Russia. Crises and trends The modern world is undergoing a period of profound changes, often accompanied by a crisis that requires an adequate response, as was, for example, during the so-called Arab spring.
Putin dreams of the utopian socialists of the “cities of the Sun” will not come true MOSCOW, 18 Jul — RIA Novosti. Dreams of the utopian socialists of the “cities of the Sun” is hardly ever fulfilled, says Russian President Vladimir Putin. “(Henry): Saint-Simon and other utopian socialists, and then other people who sincerely sought to do good, dreaming of the Sun cities, but these cities do not and hardly ever will be”, — Putin said. He also noted that in many countries rights are respected, but people don’t know about that, and cited an experiment conducted previously in the United States. “It’s no secret that in the United States conducted a street survey, a survey of passers-by, reading the article of the Constitution or the bill of rights of the United States. Someone promised to call the police, someone said that this is blatant propaganda and now they’ll call
Rogozin said about the moral right of Russian companies to earn in Syria Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said after his visit to Syria that Russia has a moral right to develop their projects in the country, reports “RIA Novosti”. According to the Vice-Premier of the Russian business in Syria, “every penny, every ruble believes.” “Russian companies have a moral right, especially in the presence of our military, which persists in varying degrees for the retention of peace and stability, to develop major economic projects,” — said Rogozin, noting that, despite widespread destruction, Syria — “infinitely rich country.” You need to think “how to earn money in our budget, for our citizens, for people who are also waiting for a return from the great works of Russia in Syria”, he said. The restoration of the Syrian economy should be conducted as quickly as possible because even after the end of
The right to development Political scientist Oleg Matveychev — how to get away from the specter of stagnation. The sense of stagnation brought the Soviet people to the 1990-th years — the time of self-destruction and breaking up of all social mechanisms. It is in the so-called era of stagnation, which, as is commonly believed, began under Brezhnev, the citizens of the vast Soviet Empire ceased to believe in their future. Ceased to believe that they themselves are the Creator of your life. The future saw them monotonous, like yesterday and the day before, and his continuing range become complex problem of lack of human, social and economic mobility. In the USSR, the young man finished College, got a job and life could remain in office, which came in his youth. On the same position in the same organization 40 years. How could he make a career, when there are
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin © Alexander Demyanchuk/TASS DAMASCUS, December 18. /TASS/. Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin has visited the Syrian Arab Republic (SAR) with a working visit. In Damascus, the Deputy Prime Minister discussed with President of Syria Bashar al-Assad’s post-war restoration of economy of the Republic and held talks with the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of SAR Imad Khamis. Also in the Syrian capital hosted a meeting of co-chairmen of the Russian-Syrian intergovernmental Commission Rogozin and Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers cap, Minister of foreign Affairs of Syria Walid Muallem.
Chairman of the Central election Commission of the Russian Federation Ella Pamfilov © Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS MOSCOW, December 18. /TASS/. The Chairman of the Central election Commission of Russia, Ella Pamfilova on Monday at a meeting of the Commission has started the countdown of time remaining until the presidential elections.