In “United Russia” responded to the call to Medvedev “do or get out”

Secretary of the General Council “United Russia” Sergey Neverov has called the party “Fair Russia”, which is addressed to the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev with a call of “Do or get out”, “start with yourself”. Neverov a statement published on the official website of “United Russia”.

“So let “Fair Russia” will start with ourselves: not loud slogans covering their mistakes. They — like anyone — would fit the slogan “Better don’t do anything — just go away!”, — said Neverov.

United Russia party, also addressed personally to the leader “Fair Russia” Sergey Mironov. “Do it or leave it” — this appeal to himself. The person who held the position of President of the chamber of the Russian Parliament, and instead deal with the problems of the regions decide their own tasks,” says Neverov.

He recalled that the socialist party has supported the candidacy of Medvedev in the presidential elections of Russia in 2008. Neverov also expressed the view that Mironov “is trying to cover up the fact that his claim to the system utilities is an attempt to cover up the botched work of his party members in some regions”.

“And now to cover up these failures, Mironov requires to stop the program overhaul. Mironov, obviously, forgot that it is the deputies of the faction “Fair Russia” tried several times in the Duma to push through the bill in the interests of management companies of non-transparent system of payments obschedomovye needs. Doesn’t seem to care about the citizens”, – said Neverov.

He also reminded Mironov the Deputy of the state Duma Ilya Ponomarev, “hiding from law enforcement”. Earlier the MP was put on the international wanted list on charges of embezzlement at SKOLKOVO. Neverov also remembered the Deputy Dmitry Gudkov, who, in his opinion, “speaks about the country in a very derogatory tone”.

Colleague Neverov said the party Chairman of the Duma Committee on labor, social policy and veterans Affairs Olga batalina. She called Mironova and “to answer serious questions addressed to his party” and “returned” him an ultimatum “Do it or leave”.

The Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee for housing and communal services, the Deputy from “Uniform Russia” Alexander Sidyakin, commenting on the appeal of SRS, said: “there is Nothing to expostulate on the mote in another’s eye when you have a log there”.

On Wednesday it became known that “Fair Russia” has begun collecting signatures under an appeal to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. The socialist party has demanded from the Prime Minister, in particular, the abolition of vehicle tax and contributions for the overhaul. They appealed to the Prime Minister to lozungom “Do it or leave it!”. The Moscow branch of the party later introduced similar requirements to the Moscow government and the mayor of the capital Sergey Sobyanin.