Peskov claimed on petition for the Medvedev's resignation
A spokesman for the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that the Kremlin is not familiar with the petition on Change.org website of the resignation of the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
The spokesman Peskov said the Kremlin has not yet had time to get acquainted with the petition.
A letter to vote for the resignation of the Prime Minister has created early this morning by a user named Alexander Lee from Moscow. At the time of publication the petition has collected about 80 thousand signatures.
Recall that the Premiere statements about low salaries of teachers have caused the outrage of Russians. Medvedev said that teachers, who are dissatisfied with their salaries, could change their profession or go into business. Russians also recalled the statement of the Prime Minister during his visit to the Crimea at the end of May. When people of the region complained to the Head of Government on the size of pensions, he admitted that problems with pensions are across the country. "There's no money," - he said, and then hurried to finish the meeting by saying, "You hang in there, all the best, good mood and health."
Viktor Zakharchenko, who is accused of embezzlement of 4 million rubles (~70.000 USD) from the funds of the bank Moskovskoye Ipotechnoye Agentstvo (Moscow Mortgage Agency), was placed under house arrest.
Officer of the FSB in Moscow and the region Pyotr Koryugin participated in the extortion of 2 million rubles ($34.800) from an Azerbaijani citizen, and he warned a drug dealer about a forthcoming search for 300.000 rubles ($5200).