プーチン大統領は3か月以内に追い出されることに直面している, 暴君の元首相は言う

VLADIMIR Putin faces being forced out of power within three months despite his nuke threats, the tyrant’s former PM has claimed.

Mikhail Kasyanov saidfactors growing simultaneouslyseriously threatened プーチン‘s grip on power.

Vladimir Putin could be gone from power 'within months', his former PM claimed

Vladimir Putin could be gone from power ‘within months’, his former PM claimedクレジット: AP
Mikhail Kasyanov said Putin faced mounting opposition to his war in Ukraine from ordinary Russians

Mikhail Kasyanov said Putin faced mounting opposition to his war in Ukraine from ordinary Russiansクレジット: ロイター

Speaking with Sky News, Kasyanov said his former boss had a matter of weeks left as ロシア‘s commander-in-chief.

I don’t think there is anyone in the circle of Putin who can make him leave,” Kasyanov said.

Mr Putin himself should come to this understanding. I think three factors growing simultaneously could lead Mr Putin to such a decision to somehow escape.

He said the first was the growing strength of the Ukrainian army, which was winning more territory back from Russian forces.

Kasyanov suggested the Russian army could not to compete against Ukrainian forces, who had the support of the NATO and the West.

The second is that Putin’s mobilisation order caused social unrest to grow inside Russia, leading to a significant drop in support from ordinary Russians.

And lastly, Western sanctions against Russia were beginning to bite, causing an economic headache for Putin.

In three or four months I believe there will be a crucial change,” 彼は言った.

Kasyanov, who served as Putin’s PM between 2000 そして 2004, said Putin’s speechreminded me of one of the African leaders in the 90s and even the 70s. It was empty”.

He called Putin’s speech a “strange historical lecture with the manipulation of facts”.

彼は言った: “Mr Putin is nervous. He has nothing to counter the offensive operations of the Ukrainian army.

He called mobilisation. Very unpopular, very unpopular. Social unrest started to grow against Putin. Those people who were neutral to Mr Putin now with this mobilisation are starting to reconsider their attitude”.

When asked when Putin could step down, Kasyanov said: “I cannot seebecause I know many of the people around Putinpressing him to leave. He himself probably could make such a decision soon.

彼が追加した: “That is the most peaceful way. It may not happen tomorrow but in a couple of months, it could be the case.

It comes as Putin faces the first signs of opposition to thespecial military operationfrom Russia’s mainstream establishment.

The well-read newspaper Nezavisimaya Gazeta printed an editorial questioningsenior Russian officialsfor makingnuclear threats”.

It is incredible that today… high-ranking officials in Russia start talking about the nuclear button,” 読んだ, による BBC.

They do this without a second thought… They even forget to make the qualification so important for the world to hear: ‘Of course, we mustn’t allow this under any circumstance.

To allow, in thoughts and words, the possibility of a nuclear conflict is a sure step to allowing it in reality.

Protests have also broken out across Russia while men eligible for conscriptions have fled the country or try to break their legs to get out of duty.

The stark threat coincides with Russia facing even more humiliating setbacks on the battlefield in Ukraine as President Zelensky’s men continue their lightning counter-offensive in the east.

Ukrainian fighters have retaken Kharkiv region in the northwest and are about to encircle Russian troops in the strategically-important town of Lyman.

The fall of Lyman would be an embarrassing defeat for Putin hours after annexing the territory into Russia.

Ukraine’s success has made Putin increasingly desperate for a victory and prompted the deranged leader to declare apartialmobilisation of Russian civilians.

It comes Putin hosted a grand signing ceremony at the Kremlin today to welcome the stolen regions of ウクライナロシア as his seven-month war enters a terrifying new phase.

Putin formally inked decrees declaring Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia to be Russian territory following a series of sham referendums.

The ruthless land grab was made official at the Georgievsky Hall of the Great Kremlin Palace in a signing ceremony.

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said the moverepresents the most serious escalation since the start of the warwhile the US said it would provide Ukraine with more equipment.

Putin formally inked decrees in a signing ceremony at the Great Kremlin Palace

Putin formally inked decrees in a signing ceremony at the Great Kremlin Palaceクレジット: AP