Russian President Vladimir Putin “without optimism” refers to the idea of the establishment of the monarchy in Russia. This was reported by his press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, reports .
“The President without optimism refers to such ideas. He was repeatedly questioned, and he is very cool about such discussions,” — said Peskov.
That of Russia as forms of government the monarchy is necessary, said the head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov. “We kind of democracy, in the form in which it is presented by the Western media, do not need…Today, in my opinion, Russia needs a monarchy,” he said.
Aksenov also added that at a time when Russia has “external enemy,” democracy “is superfluous.” According to the head of the Crimea, the President in Russia “should have more rights”, up to “dictatorship”.
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, making comments on statements by Aksyonov noted that “the above is a personal opinion Aksenov” that he was “free to Express”.
“The monarchy in a particular region can not be”, — said Peskov.
Chairman of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin in response to a request to comment on the statement Aksenov declared that in Russia “everyone can Express a variety of points of view,” but offered to “look into the future, not the past”