What is Putin Up To?

The Russian government or Klmikia government will resign? Translation from Hindi does not work very well and that is the only source I found this in so far…

According to media reports in central Russia, the ministers and governors on Tuesday night in Klmikia with a closed – door meeting President Vladimir Putin raised the question of the resignation of the government of the Russian country. (Or is it the resignation of the Klmikia government?)

The President of Russia said that the Ministers job effectiveness is very “superficial . He said, “If we are not doing so (do not implement the decisions), is of the view that either I am not working, or I all of you are not working correctly and to all of you, I will have to give you resignation. Your attention toward this fact, I would like to draw in that date, I think that you will have to give resignation.”

All I can say is that he is cleaning house somewhere…

I guess we will have to wait to see if this becomes clearer or not, but I do know that Putin will roll heads if he sees the need to do it…

Looks like the Klmikia government has been fired…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

PS: The Republic of Kalmykia; Kalmyk Oirat: Хальмг Таңһч, Hal’mg Tanghch) is a federal subject of Russia (a republic). Population: 289,481 (2010 Census). It is the only Buddhist region in Europe. It has become well known as an international center for chess because its former President, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, is the head of the International Chess Federation (FIDE). This is where Sveta and I traveled and just loved the place…

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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