According to forecasts, Medvedev to stay on as Prime Minister after the elections.
After the presidential elections in March 2018, the head of the government Dmitry Medvedev, who lost a considerable amount of support after anti-corruption investigations FBC, can walk away from his position.
This is with reference to several sources, reports the Newspaper.ru.
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Moreover, there is information that the Kremlin is considering the idea of abolishing the post of Prime Minister.
Thus, according to one popular version, after the elections, Putin can bend the Cabinet directly yourself.
In particular, can be created so-called “superministries”, which will include the economic development Ministry and the Finance Ministry.
“Another revolutionary option is the introduction of elements of parliamentary Republic. In this case, the government formed by the parliamentary majority, although the powers of the head of state is unlikely to be greatly curtailed”, – notes the edition.
However, even if the Prime Minister will remain, Medvedev does not have much of a chance to stay in the chair of Prime Minister.
So, among the most likely candidates considering a new “favorite” Putin, 35-year-old economic development Minister Maxim Oreshkin, or someone from top-managers of large companies or banks.
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