Petition for Medvedev's resignation has collected 220 thousand signatures
The website Change.org continues to collect signatures for the resignation of the Head of the Russian Government Dmitry Medvedev. During the first day, a petition was signed by more than 20 thousand people.
The website Change.org continues to collect signatures for the resignation of the Head of the Russian Government Dmitry Medvedev. During the first day, a petition was signed by more than 20 thousand people, and the total amount of signatures has reached 220 thousand on Saturday.
"I sign because I do not trust this Prime Minister, who absolutely does not perceive Russian realities and population's problems adequately," - wrote Timur Egorov from Chelyabinsk in the comments.
"The man lives in his own world, and, according to his statements, he spit on the population", - said the other person, a resident of Omsk Roman Glebov.
And Vasily Matveev from Tver, signing the petition, was very laconic: "Clowns do not have to run the country."
The authors of the petition opted for the following view: "The Cabinet of Ministers should be headed by a competent, educated, caring for the contry man. Now we see the opposite picture. The Apple's advertising face of the company, sleeping at the opening of the Olympics, a person advising teachers "somehow, somewhere to earn money to survive," should not stand at the Head of the Cabinet of Ministers. The fish rots from the head, may be out of here there is an efficiency of the work of ministries?!”
The advise for dissatisfied by salary teachers to change profession and "go into business" was the last straw and broke the patience of fellow citizens.
"The occupation of teacher should be prestigious and respected! We trust them the most valuable thing we have - our children! If the Prime Minister relates to the education of our children in such way, it will be fair to have such attitude towards it! "- said Andrey Demin from Volgograd.
The Kremlin has not yet seen the need to respond to the petition. "No, we do not know about this, do not think that requires some kind of reaction," - said the representative of the Kremlin to the relevant question.
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