Will Putin Resign - Vladimir faces calls to resign over lack of strength in Ukraine war

Recently Russian President Vladimir Putin facing calls to resign from deputies from 18 Russian municipality over his handling of the war in Ukrain.

Will Putin Resign

Vladimir Putin are harming the future of Russia and its for his citizens. He said the petition, which is circulating on Twitter. “We see that Putin steps down from the post of president of the Russian Federation!”

We all know that Recent weeks, Ukraine has gone on the offensive in areas near Kharkiv, taking back more than 1,000 miles of formerly occupied territory. The Ukrainian victory forced Russian forces to retreat from key cities such as Ezeum over the weekend in what some Russian supporters described as the "toughest" day of the war.

Moreover Putin became president in 2000, he has held apart from four years between 2008 and 2012, when Dmitry Medvedev took over in what was seen globally as a move just to keep his seat warm. In fact Upon resuming the presidency in 2012, the Russian constitution has been changed to allow him to potentially stay as head of state until 2036.

Recently Russia has once again started to fear and hate, and we are once again threatening the whole world with nuclear weapons. It said, your management model, are hopelessly outdated and hinder the development of Russia and its human potential."

Firstly, Tatiana Stanovaya, a Russian political analyst, said the greater risk for the Kremlin lies not in the councilors' protest but in the danger of reacting harshly to it.

"Secondly, The overreaction may cause more political damage to the regime than this petition. But I have no doubt that all those who signed the petition will (come) under political pressure," said Stanovaya, founder of the Independent Analysis Project R.  .Political.

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