In the history of Russia, there was not a single case when elections led to a change of power, – Yakovenko


There has never been a single case in the history of Russia when elections led to a change of power, – Yakovenko

There is no democracy in Russia, and it looks like there never was. This imperial inviolability lacks any institutions of power, freedom of speech and human rights.

This Channel 24 was told by Russian opposition journalist Igor Yakovenko. He also noted that Russia has not had elections for a long time, at least for the last 25 years for sure.

If you look more broadly, then neither in the days of the Soviet Union, nor in Russia – there was not a single case that the change of power took place through elections, – the Russian journalist is convinced.

Yakovenko says that elections are about the change of power, and in Russia over the past centuries and decades, power has never changed so much. It has always been riots or armed protests.

“As for the situation in Russia today, the election system there has completely degradedand what is happening now cannot be called democracy, or anything similar,” the journalist sums up.

Ukrainian defenders destroy the Russian army in the Kharkiv region

On the morning of September 11, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valeriy Zaluzhny said that literally 50 kilometers remained before reaching the border in the Kharkiv region. Subsequently, it was reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine had reached the state border of Ukraine in the north of Kharkiv region.

Also Commander-in-Chief The Armed Forces of Ukraine said that several units of the Armed Forces, working closely, liberated the villages:

  • Bayrak,
  • New Gusarovka,
  • Shchurovka,
  • Olkhovatka.

Later head of Kharkiv OVA Oleg Sinegubov assured that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have some success in the Kharkiv direction, dozens of settlements have already been liberated – today it is more than 40 settlements, but in fact, there are many more.

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