Kadyrov urged not to organize rallies in his support


The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov urged not to organize rallies and protest demanding him to stay in power. About this Chechen leader wrote in the night of Sunday in his Instagram.

“I read responses to my statement. There were proposals to hold rallies and other protest demanding to stay in power. Of course, I welcome this grassroots support. Once again convinced that life must be dedicated to the people. But don’t need any meetings. Not for this I expressed my opinion,” he wrote.

Kadyrov stressed that “do not cling to power”. “For the sake of preserving stability and peace in Chechnya, I am ready to work as a laborer,” said he.

Kadyrov recalled that before the end of his term as head of Chechnya is still more than a month. “The President of Russia Vladimir Putin is making its nominations the head of the Republic, the people elect by universal suffrage. I seriously stress that take for granted any decision of the President of the Russian Federation, any order,” he wrote.

Earlier, the speaker of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic Magomed Daudov wrote in his Instsgram appeal to Kadyrov. “People will not understand you if you leave now! We can’t let you go! We, the long-suffering people, you do not believe that the time has come for my departure. Consider this an ultimatum!
I ask all who agree with this to repost the publication,” he wrote.

On Saturday, Kadyrov said that his time at the head of the region has passed and that the government must find another person to this position.