Russians would rather kill Putin than allow a tribunal over him – political scientist


Russians would rather kill Putin than allow him to be tribunalized, – political scientist

The world is increasingly beginning to speak openly about the crimes of Vladimir Putin and his army in Ukraine. However, it will be difficult to hold the head of the Kremlin accountable for his decisions.

The lawsuit against the so-called “Russian president” may provoke resistance from the Russians themselves. Channel 24 told about this political and economic expert Valery Klochok.

The expert considers it unlikely that the tribunal over Putin will take place in the near future. Even in view of the new information about the massacres in Izyum.

He is an inadequate biomass. Therefore, it is still difficult to say that Putin will be taken to court. In a bunker, with a large number of armed army – until no one drags him there. Even Russia itself will not allow him to stand trial. He will most likely be killed on the way before he gets there,” the reviewer explained.

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According to him, Ukraine rightly wants a tribunal over Putin, given the human and material losses due to Russian aggression.

“Of course, it will come to this question, but how quickly – now there is no need to talk about it. I am far from the fact that tomorrow the Hague court will judge Putin. At least, he must be physically delivered there, at least. Putin's conviction in absentia does not values,” Klochok added.

In his opinion, the world began to understand the real essence of the Kremlin and its leader.

“He is condemned, they say that he is a murderer – the whole world is talking about it. Even Scholz told him about it, and at the SCO summit they don’t respect him. And he just doesn’t care,” the analyst concluded.

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  • Former Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin believes that Putin and Russia have become losers in front of the eyes of the whole world.
  • At the same time, political scientist Pavel Lisyansky noted that the liberation of the temporarily occupied territories from the Russian aggressor would have many positives for Ukraine. In particular, this may entail structural changes in Russia and contribute to the collapse of Putin.
  • Russian opposition leader Igor Yakovenko is convinced that during the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) countries, the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, hoped for military and economic help from Asian countries. However, he received repeated humiliations instead.

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