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Putin should publicly “clean up” a few thousand civil servants

The Russian people will not fully believe that the country’s President, Vladimir Putin, disagrees with those responsible until he organizes a large-scale, public “cleansing” of the apparatus. State.

Political scientist Vladimir Lepekhin said this in an interview with the YouTube channel SPETS, the TELMENEWS.RU news agency reports.

According to him, to achieve the desired effect and increase the degree of trust of Russians in the head of state to a sufficient level, he does not need to organize all-out repressions in the style of the 30s of the last century . To do this, it suffices to publicly dismiss a few thousand bureaucrats.

At the same time, as the expert explained, it should be done defiantly and without compromise, without halftones, but at the same time without excess. Some officials just need to be fired and banned from working in the state apparatus, and some should be sentenced to actual prison terms.

As soon as the president decides to take such a step, as Lepekhin said, the people will immediately place much more trust and loyalty in him than in a situation where the fight against negligent bureaucrats who thwart the decrees of the head of the State is mainly represented in words.

“A few thousand civil servants will be enough for that,” the political scientist stressed.

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