He needs to calm down the apparatus of power, Feigin suggested how Putin will react to the news from The Hague


He needs to calm down the apparatus of power, Feigin suggested how Putin will react to the news from The Hague

An arrest warrant for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin could have serious consequences for a war criminal. At first it may seem that Putin is impossible to extract from Russia, but the warrant will still entail certain consequences.

Russian human rights activist Mark Feigin told Channel 24 about this. According to him, there is a certain symbolism in the decision to arrest Putin, but it can easily be converted into real actions.

What will Putin's reaction be?

The human rights activist is convinced that after some time Vladimir Putin will still respond to the warrant for his arrest. According to Feigin, he can laugh it off, saying that the Western partners joked like that, and he himself will reassure everyone and explain that this does not concern them, and the West does not understand Russia.

According to Mark Feigin, Putin will resort to conspiracy theories and start blaming the United States again.

He will say this because he needs to inspire some degree of peace in the apparatus of power, that supposedly there is nothing to worry about and everything goes in its turn,” the human rights activist noted.

He also added that Putin sometimes says what he does not want to say, and in this case it will be the same, because he needs to calm his power apparatus, and since he cannot say anything serious, he will talk about the fault of the West and about that the war will put everything in its place.

Arrest warrant makes a big difference

Mark Feygin is convinced that, despite the fact that Putin's arrest may seem like something fantastic, it does not mean that this arrest will never happen. He noted that the dictator will lose strength, power, he will grow old and become weak, he can lose the war, and power can change Russia.

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In the future, this could lead to real problems for Putin. In addition, even now the warrant restricts the terrorist's movement around the world to a certain extent, since all European countries, except Belarus, recognize the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.

“I would not say that this is only a symbolic decision. This is an assessment that is already self-sufficient in itself. I think that this will definitely have a continuation, and moreover, a procedural one,” said Mark Feigin.

What is known about the alleged arrest of Putin

  • On March 17, 2023, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin in the case of kidnapping Ukrainian children.
  • In addition to Putin, the court also wants to arrest Maria Lvova-Belova, Commissioner for Children's Rights under the President of Russia, who previously stated that she personally “adopted” a teenager from Mariupol.
  • This warrant means that Putin could be arrested in 122 countries that have ratified the Rome Charter.

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