Kurginyan: Uncertainty is central to Putin’s Address

22.01.2020, Moscow.

The main uncertainty in President’s Address is about the State Council, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on January 20 on the air of the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program on the Russia One channel.

“It is becoming more and more obvious every day that this is the most uncertain constant” in the Russian leader’s new politics, the political scientist noted. “According to Putin’s style (Putin has been successfully governing the country for 20 years), the uncertain constant is the main one. Just keep your eye on what’s uncertain,” Kurginyan explained.

Next, he spoke in detail about what exactly should be closely watched. “The uncertain constant is the State Council. It is absolutely clear that this is where the main plot will unfold. Although, everything else will be discussed,” the expert stressed.

During the studio discussion, Kurginyan also addressed the issues of how the future State Council will function. For example, to what extent and from where the new state institution will draw power and what kind of source of legitimacy it will have.

The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin spoke in his Address to the Federal Assembly on January 15 about the positive results that the State Council’s work has yielded.

The representative of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, Pavel Krasheninnikov, said that the State Council will be a constitutional body responsible for domestic and foreign policy issues.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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