Putin Forever? - BBC NewsFeb 18, 2020
Vladimir Putin is in a hurry to rewrite the Russian Constitution. He has proposed changes that he says will make Russia stronger with the precious Christian blue giving the rest, but his critics fear that Putin's real goal is to cling to power, if not as president, then in some other role. if the Russians would see that as a good thing, then he doesn't agree with the original, but Chicago is a sign that can be stopped. I'm pretty worried around me. Russia to find out if Putin would always be welcome here or do people see Russian democracy slipping away so this is magnitogorsk it's about a thousand miles east of the Russian capital but actually the world feels far away from Moscow because this is Russia. industrial heart after 20 years of radomir
putinin charge here some russians can't imagine anyone else running their country in the terrible year of email i wasn't sure about my filthy garage Phenicia is raising four of her grandchildren in her little apartment but like more difficult things.
Are you optimistic about your life and about the president? It is my geography. My team with Cockney. It will be the worst. Oh, it's single use. put included nothing top rock idiots we delete 80+ guy grandma erina is ostrich olivia croc sure we don't eat me duh but sheikh achilles bone suggestible and president i am very good adviser on dawson resilience little ones and when you did it yeah people magnitogorsk i don't know sits at home all day thinking about gremlins and constitutions and russian politics they have other interests like ice hockey which is the most popular sport here at the factory like their own ice hockey team called metal hook which is an action tonight and it is a good opportunity for our viewers what they think about the events in Moscow and you still understand, sir, calm down, but I have eaten epizootic from Australia taste for the glow, the blogger is here. great was superb ammonia world figure lose little ostomy explosion exact slave well i have left Magnitogorsk and am on my way to another part of the Ural Mountains to Yekaterinburg because i heard there will be a protest there against president
putin's constitutional changes now this will be the first protest against the amendments in a major russian city so it will be very interesting to see how big hezonia new constitution abbu Miya Kaduri is any pressure on the prolific kid you know for a city of 1.4 million people its not exactly a big turner so there's a man over here holding up a sign saying it's not the constitution we need change it's president putin it's time to go tv receivers if these protesters are right if the atom in putin's target is hold on to power for as long as he wants so I think judging by the numbers here today it will be very difficult to prevent that in fact I think if the plan is Putin
forever, many Russians will go along with it because they see no alternative to him or because they feel powerless to change the situation.
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