Russia voted today. Putin´s party United Russia holds the majority again, as expected, but the majority is much smaller than before. They lost many votes. The reasons are several: Life did not improve these past years, and many people are beginning to be impatient. They have seen a lot of reforms, but not recently. And those, who are unhappy, speak up in the Internet. The internet is Medwedjew´s merit: He enforced more internet and people are happy to use it – especially the critics.
- #Energy as a weapon. #Ukraine says giant Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant can't supply #Russia. #Nuclear https://t.co/7QhSjSbpj8 about 14 hours ago from Twitter for iPad
- Neue Flüge von Europa nach Zentralasien sind ein Zeichen für wachsende Zusammenarbeit https://t.co/20fF3846LJ about 1 day ago from Twitter for iPhone
- Music plays an important role in #Uzbek culture. #Uzbekistan #Central #Asia https://t.co/KWiKYrk5Je about 1 day ago from Twitter for iPad
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