President Vladimir Putin received bad news during the course

President Vladimir Putin received bad news during the course

On May 10, Vladimir Putin received another blow, this time from the inside. In recent hours, several important people in Russia have announced their resignation.

Resignation on a conveyor belt in Russia! Unprecedented blow for Vladimir Putin

Thus, the Kremlin leader received bad news, after four governors announced that they will resign, while another announced that he will not run for a second term.

Specifically, Sergei Svacikin (Tomsk region), Igor Vasiliev (Kirov region) and the governors of the Saratov region and the Greater Republic have announced their resignations, while the governor of the Ryazan region, Nikolai Lubimov, has stated that he will not run again. for a second term.

Officially, the governors announced that they made this decision either because of their age or because they held this position for a longer period of time, notes DPA.

“It could be a sign that the ship is sinking”

The official reasons have provoked numerous comments in the public domain, and some Telegram users are already wondering if these resignations show that the aforementioned governors no longer want to support the war in Ukraine and the consequences of the armed conflict, which began on February 24. , has it on the Russian provinces.

From an economic point of view, the West has imposed several sanctions on the Russian Federation, as a result of which several companies have withdrawn from the country led by Vladimir Putin. The withdrawal of these companies was a huge blow to the Russians, as they lost their jobs.

Against this background, political analyst Abbas Galliamov said that these resignations could represent the fact that things are not going as well as the Kremlin leader wants to show.

Thus, “(…) the resignation could be a sign that the ship is sinking and that the rats are better off leaving the boat,” says political analyst Abbas Galliamov.

On the other hand, there are people who believe that these politicians were not loyal enough to the Kremlin and that the decision to resign was not made by them, but by someone above.