• 25/07/2024 15:52

Hackers intercepted correspondence between Volodin and Putin: what became known from the letter from the head of the State Duma

ByJohn Newman

Mar 12, 2024

Hackers intercepted correspondence between the head of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin and Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin, in which he proposed that the president introduce “de-Westernization” in the Russian Federation after the elections.

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Hackers intercepted Volodin’s correspondence with Putin: what became known from the letter of the head of the State Duma

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Cyber ​​Resistance activists intercepted the correspondence the head of the Russian parliament with the Russian leader, in which he proposes, after the pseudo-elections in the Russian Federation, to strengthen control in the country and confrontation with the West.

NBN reports about this with reference to the Central Tax Service.

Hackers intercepted Volodin’s correspondence with Putin: what became known from the letter of the head of the State Duma

Photo – sprotyv.mod.gov.ua

From the letter of the head of the State Duma, dated November 30, 2023, it is known that no one in the ruling circles of the state -terrorist has no doubts about the “re-election” of the dictator to the presidency. Volodin writes to Putin that the Russian Federation needs transformation and proposes to introduce “de-Westernization” after the fake elections.

The concept proposed by the politician provides for the transfer of all raw materials industries into state ownership, the sovereignization of science, art and culture, strengthening of censorship, in particular on television and on the Internet, as well as resolving the issue of opposition movements.

Volodin writes that the State Duma committees are ready to begin work on writing bills in all areas announced by him.

Earlier, the media reported that a few hours before the death of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in the IK, the head of the Kremlin agreed to exchange him.

nbnews.com.ua

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