Mironov have called Putin’s message good homework for the authorities

Mironov have called Putin’s message good homework for the authorities


Message from the President business and good working… homework and the government and to the Parliament, said the head of the faction “Fair Russia” Sergey Mironov after the address of Russian President to the Federal Assembly.

MOSCOW, 3 Dec. The head of fraction “Fair Russia” Sergey Mironov called the message of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to the Federal Assembly good homework.

“I think the message of the President of the business and working… good homework for the government and Parliament,” Mironov told journalists.

Among the words of Putin, Mironov highlighted the phrase “Turkey tomatoes don’t cut it”. “So, I think the key quote,” — said Mironov.

In accordance with the Constitution, the President of Russia annually addresses to Federal meeting with the message about position in the country and main directions of internal and foreign policy. The first Message of Russian President Boris Yeltsin to the Federal Assembly “On strengthening of the Russian state (the main directions of domestic and foreign policy)” was announced on 24 February 1994.
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