En la fecha del 1 de julio de año corriente, se celebrará la votación sobre las enmiendas a incorporar en la Constitución de Rusia. Entre ellas, hay enmiendas importantes y esperanzadoras. Pero, en general, ellas no conducirán a la renuncia al autoritarismo presidencial y a la administración oligárquica. Las enmiendas propuestas no convertirán Rusia en un Estado social. No defenderán la sociedad frente a la destructiva rusofobia y el antisovietismo. No garantizarán la seguridad nacional y una auténtica soberanía.
July 1 has been announced as the date of voting on amendments to the Russian Constitution. Someofthemareimportantandpromising. However, on the whole they are not conducive to renunciation of presidential rule by fiat and the power of the oligarchy. The amendments introduced do not make Russia a social state. They do not protect society from the destructive impact of Russophobia and anti-Sovietism.
The systemic crisis, which has been aggravated by the pandemic of a previously unknown virus and the plummeting of the world prices of raw materials, has laid bare the catastrophic costs of the capitalist system. These costs are manifesting themselves all over the planet. They clearly indicate that the “liberal paradise” does not exist anywhere in the world. Within the globalist world structure even the most developed countries, faced with large-scale challenges, give in and slip into the maelstrom of social evil. Planetary crisis processes are doubly painful for Russia which, like in the beginning of the last century, is a weak, peripheral link in the world capitalist chain. They are particularly destructive of the Russian people which forms the core of the state and which is hardest hit by the costs and losses caused by the inhumane social experiments of the past decades.
Chairman of the CC CPRF, Head of the CPRF at the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Philosophy