Hypersonic weapons, the Constitution and the United States. Putin has spoken out on sensitive issues
Vladimir Putin in an interview in the program "Moscow. The Kremlin. Putin" expressed his opinion on topical issues. A fragment of conversation shown in the broadcast "Vesti Nedeli" on the channel "Russia 1".
In particular, the President touched on the themes of unrest in the United States after the death of the African-American George Floyd fault of the police, pandemic COVID-19, voting for amendments to the Constitution, advanced weapons, and many others.
The head of state admitted that he tries not to comment on what is happening in the United States, but if it does, then gently.
However, he was surprised by the stand taken by some American governors in relation to Donald Trump.
"What is democracy? A government of the people, that's right. But if people choose the higher authorities and the higher authorities who have the trust of the people, have the right to organize the work of the Executive authorities therefore to guarantee the interests of the overwhelming majority of the population. Well, what is there? The President says: "it is Necessary to do so-and-so", and in the field, the governors say: "fuck you away," the President said.
While in Russia the government and the regions, according to Putin, working as a solid team.
According to the Russian leader, relations between whites and African Americans has been a longstanding problem in the United States. "We always, by the way, in the Soviet Union and modern Russia with great sympathy for the struggle of African Americans for their natural rights," he said, Recalling that the portraits, for example, Angela Davis is often met in the Soviet Union.
"It has always been. But when it gets — even against the background of the crimes is the element of this radical nationalism, extremism, nothing good is not expected. If a struggle for natural rights, legal rights become rampant and riots, I'm here to do nothing good for the state don't see