BREAKING! Russian Government Resigns After President Putin’s Proposes Changes to the Constitution!
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BREAKING! Russian Government Resigns After President Putin’s Proposes Changes to the Constitution!

These are the scenes we just received. Thank you very much. Dear colleagues, good afternoon, we saw each other but now face-to-face. Mr Medvedev and I have discussed in detail the questions that I raised in the Address to the Federal Assembly. As you see, there are many issues, and to successfully complete what we planned in the past and what has been offered to our society today, we must certainly do a lot, in part, to properly organize our work. Mr. President and collugues, We have all listened to the Presidential Address. As President, Mr Putin mapped out the top priorities of our work in the country this year and formulated a whole package of fundamental amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. When these amendments are adopted, most likely after the discussion as it was said, they will substantially change not only many articles of the Constitution but also the balance of power – executive, legislative and judicial powers. It is obvious in this context that as the Government of the Russian Federation we must give the President of this country an opportunity to make all the necessary decisions for this. Under the circumstances, it would be correct for the entire Government of the Russian Federation to resign in accordance with Article 117 of the Constitution. I would certainly like to thank all those that took part in the work of the current Government. Naturally, subsequent decisions will be made by the President of this country. Mr Medvedev, colleagues,
For my part, I also want to thank you for everything that has been done so far in our joint work. I am satisfied with the results of your work. Of course, not everything was accomplished, but things never work out in full. I hope we will see each other soon, and I will meet with each of you in person. Please go about your duties in full until the new Government is formed. As for our joint work with Mr Medvedev, which we have just talked about, Mr Medvedev was the President and for almost eight years now he has been the Prime Minister, which is probably the longest stint in this post in Russia’s recent history. There is a clear-cut presidential block of issues, and there is a Government block of issues, even though the President, of course, is responsible for everything, but the presidential block includes primarily matters of security, defence and the like. Mr Medvedev has always been in charge of these matters. From the point of view of increasing our defence capability and security, I consider it possible and have asked him to deal with these matters in the future. I consider it possible and will, in the near future, introduce the position of Deputy Chairman of the Security Council. As you are aware, the President is its Chairman. If we need to amend the applicable law, I will do so soon and I want State Duma deputies to support this as well. We just need the lawyers to provide assessments on this account. Thank you, everyone. We will see each other very soon. Thank you for your work.


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  • Charles Bellino

    Already love the look on Putin's face that's when the United States has presented a game changer. That's the look when United States has checkmate Russia. Back to the drawing board Putin.

  • Margaret Neanover

    Perhaps influence of decisions carry much. Experience does work as the best classroom. That concerns everyone involved. Time for the study about interactions, difference, similarity, and final say is like a majesty of honor. During which is learned, the cut and dry approach never worked. I will hope for best results either way.

  • Bill McKenna

    I guess this is an improvement. Under Stalin they would have been taken out and shot. Oh Russia, baby steps towards being civilized people.

  • Lord Debrick

    The PM shouldn't have resigned he should have declared the head of state unfit if he believes he is above the law! In fact the PM and the government aren't as weak as they think! What he should have done is invited a constitutional monarchy and declared Andrew Romanov King! This really would make sure democracy exists in a beautiful and proud country like Russia!

  • Giles Bovis

    So essentially it’s a means to enable Putin to remain in a position of power (probably the State Council) after 2024. Hardly surprising given the shenanigans of 2011/2012.

  • Cin Coy

    Putin. You know the truth. Way will you let them come .. When one day they will have no more W-;)&@. Then take out you tookooooo. Billion died already only one skin color way because of there skin color. Just so all knows

  • Valeri Aristov

    Народ, не теряйте бдительность, (хитрый ход) задумало змеиное гнездо кремля.

  • Vik Battaile

    Hail to the Chief (Putin)…. "Putin shake-up could keep him in power past 2024 as cabinet steps…"

  • Tove Irene Strand

    Suggesting putting the country's constitution above international law (again) so that Russia wouldn't become a part of any international treaty if it contradicts the Russian constitution sounds reasonable, and moreover, it is in agreement with international law and the very important principle of national sovereignty. 🙂

  • danny notofconcern

    They’re both former kgb agents so there is no one they trust more than each other. And there is also no one they trust less than each other.

  • Jaleel Akhtar

    This will undoubtedly make the constitution of Russia stronger in the long term.

    It will ensure protection of the Russian way of life and Russian security…. physical
    Security, security of trade, of economics of culture, of language, of Russian history from external interference.

    I am sure changes in social equality, salaries and healthcare will be the biggest priorities of the next government. Russia goes from strength to strength!

    For those who call Putin a dictator then know that many around the world would rather live under dictatorship of someone who cares about his country, his people, and creating peace and stability within and around Russia…. that is better for most than a monkey who has no idea how the people of his country live and could not care less….

    too busy passing laws that align with the foreign policy of other nations. Corrupting the innocence of children through s sickening education system, creating debt slavery for those fortunate enough to work, rising inflation, economic austerity, administration of a police state, a healthcare system that prostrates to big pharma, an education system that fails its students and a history steeped in the bloody murder and extinction of hundreds of millions around the planet. A democracy that goes to war to force democracy on others. killing children and elderly in its path. A leader that imposes death sentence sanctions on sick and vulnerable people forcing them to rise up against their own governments.

    Oh but it’s a democracy and you have to love it because democratic nations are free Nations.

    The biggest lie perpetrated on the masses in the last 400 years.

    No leader of any country in the world today has the courage, integrity, intellect, foresight and decency as Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin.

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  • Joachim Osmundsen

    Perestroyka! Glasnost! Russia is going backwards. Putin is a man of the past. He wants to be the next Tsar of a Russian empire.

  • Al 72

    As i understand it, Putin is replacing his cabinet of ministers, same as American president can replace Secretaries of different departments at will.
    Medvedev isn't the brightest executive anyway, just a good follower.
    Russia needs Putin for 3rd term 2024-2030. There isn't anyone else currently capable to do his job.

  • M么乂T尺eMe之.GaMinーG F么J么尺

    Я респект. ты мистер путин. Пожалуйста, постройте Европу … Для лояльности, а не для роялти. Например, США делают некоторые проблемы … Многие за деньги

  • Roman Fomenkov

    Now people with dual citizenship will not be able to occupy important posts for the country's security) And the constitution of the Russian Federation will finally, in the country, take precedence over international laws.

    There will also be little decentralization of power. The president will have less authority. And several social aspects, such as indexing pensions and a living wage, will be enshrined in the constitution, turning from a gesture of goodwill of the government into its duty. In general, I support such changes.

  • Andreo Suro

    они воще в курсе кто сидит в россейском парламенте, кто лидеры партий и тп?)))) эти дебилы будут управлять страной?)))

  • Prasad Jonnalagedda

    3:08 "things never workout in full?", those are little worrisome words from a person like putin!, what's going on?

  • Maddy Amy

    May God bless beautiful mother Russia, sir Putin and the new government, Ameen❣💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💐💐💐💐💐💐🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊❤❤❤❤❤

  • Nedzad Ramovic

    I SEE ON ONE PICTURE MADED In 1986 guess who – Gorbachov , Reagan,Jeltsin , behind his back is been young Vladimir Putin agent KGB.On that day SSSR be sold. This Russian people is here for purpose.Behind all is a world MAFIA.Trump , Merkel.Sin Jin Pin,Putin,Makron,Erdogan and many others is a pupetts of the world bank system .DEMOCRACY IS A PURE LIE.

  • Amaking10000

    Putin still not satisfy at kicking Western countries' asses. He saw what happened with Iran last week so he has to step up a notch.

  • БОрис Бритва

    В это время Трамп лишь брызжет слюной – никакой руководитель, так кстати)

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  • ip son

    Putin V. V. is preparing receivers after his departure from the post of President of the Russian Federation in 2024!"You did the job, walk boldly" as the Russian proverb says.

  • Dr. Faith

    Putin makes Russia Great ! Russia & the World need Mr Putin. Russian enemies and the capitalist enemies of the rest of the world hate Russia and Putin.

  • GreyGeek

    Was there any question that PM Medvedev was nothing more than a Putin sock puppet, with Putin moving his mouth? Remember when Medvedev was "president" and, on a hot mic? Obama: "This is my last election. After this election I'll have more flexibility" President Medvedev said "Yes, yes, I understand. I will transmit this information on to Vladimir". The MNM would have us believe that Obama was talking about missile defense. I doubt it. ABC padded a supposed script of the recorded conversation by adding some exchange about missile defense, but ALL of the recordings of the event do not start with that any discussion about missile defense.

    Why would Medvedev have had to do that if he was the duly elected president? Why would Obama tell Medvedev to relay his statement to Putin since Putin was not the President?

    Putin will continue to rule Russia for the rest of his life. He has simply abandon all pretense.

  • Billy Bob James

    Time will tell, but I think they are all fools. They should nvr had resigned. Putin may be playing them like violins to usurp more power to his Presidency. I think he will make himself King to put it in a nutshell. This is a very dangerous moment for Russia, however, Putin has done a great job as President of Russia in reviving the Russian economy for the Russian ppl & I would honestly love to see a Putinic Empire, tho it will fall in revolution soon after he dies. Democracy vs real dictatorship such as a king or Czar? Depends on the ppl & the time they live in. Sometimes a democracy is the best answer. Sometimes a dictatorship is the best answer. Sometime it's somewhere in the middle. We will see soon if Putin is gd or evil at this point, & soon we will see if he chooses dictatorship or democracy. Whichever, he chooses, I hope it works well for the Russian ppl. However, a real dictatorship has nvr worked very well for the Russian ppl & I dont see that working now or ever. A false democracy is always a gd answer. It worked for The Soviet Union & The Russian Federation of the 21st Century. It works for China. It worked for America for awhile, altho it is now failing as the fasad is quickly fading & the American ppl are sick n tired of playing rounds of Pick Your Poison.

  • Ms Bliss

    I knew Russia didn't shoot down MH17!!! Boeing crashes
    Boeings grounded

  • Kane From Milton

    Look at this corrupt fool Putin! He has shown his true colors as a petty dictator intent on ruling for life and looting his country's wealth. No wonder he gets along with Assad and all the other Eastern buffoons. He is a full on clown!

  • Kane From Milton

    Putin has lost his marbles and is going full Yeltsin! He is a nothing but a petty criminal and this amateurish move proves it. If he ever allowed free ans dair elections, his corrupt ass would get trounced.

  • Robert Wirütin

    Rather one real king in lifelong leadership than replaceable puppets who are selling their country. (Look at Germany). Long live Putin.

  • Bok Tan

    Russia is heading towards Communist way. Most probably want t to follow China communist leader Xi zing ping. Xi zing ping change the law to allow himself to rule China for life. It's Emperor of China.

  • alphahawk1999

    What grabbed my attention was the fact that the Russian Constitution has at least 117 articles in it. The USA Constitution only has (or needs) 7. We don't need (or want) the Federal government to decide every little thing a citizen can do with their individual rights. Yes, we have 27 Amendments to our Constitution, and we need a few more, no government is perfect.

  • Mohd Mustafa

    If Nato knew, they wouldve used this chance to scheme something up. I'm sure they're currently scurrying doing just that after recieving the news. Surprise an enemy and they'll likely fumble on themselves. Nice one Mr Putin.

  • matthew brian

    I'm assuming Russia is changing things up to give itself some more breathing room in how it operates?

    Canadian here… Would Russia be interested in a free trade agreement with Canada? That would be great! We Canadians are trying to diversify our trade more and I think Russias got alot to offer.

  • James Freeman

    Wow~~ President Putin is so handsome, wive, and brave! If only our American presidents can change the laws to put themselves in power forever! Long live Russia!

  • Filtiarn

    So can you have duel citizenship. I was born in Russia but adopted and a citizen of USA. Would I be able to apply for citizenship since I believe I lost it.

  • Eleeth Tahgra

    0:06 that face; switch the camera before I switch your face.

    Btw, another material for soviet russia meme.
    In soviet russia, president impeach you.

  • Franco Barone

    He knows what is doing, things are great with him in charge, one of the most influential leaders in Russia history, far cry difference from Gorbachev and Yeltsin clearly western puppets.

  • George Guerov

    Well done 👍! Putin is a politic of highest level! When he goes, Medvedev will be able to replace him! The same line of ruling, different concert master! Amazing!!!

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