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Shocking scenarios in Russia and Ukraine: Possible coup within the year in Moscow, everything is expected to collapse, Putin prepares plan B, here is the man who will replace Zelensky
Written by Alfrida SHANAJ 1 Shkurt 2023
The war launched in Ukraine by the president of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, looks set to cost him dearly as his plan for a quick and winnable war fell apart. A former collaborator of the Kremlin and a friend of Putin and at the same time a former speech writer, Abbas Gallyamov, who is now a political analyst in an analysis for the prestigious American media CNN International, pointed out that the situation in Moscow is very complicated. and is quietly heading for a military coup. He said that as the losses in Ukraine increase and the country is facing Western sanctions, the Russians are already looking for a scapegoat to put their finger on. "The Russian economy is getting worse. The war is lost. There are more and more dead bodies coming back to Russia, so the Russians will encounter more difficulties and they will try to find an explanation why this is happening... And the answer will be: Well, this situation comes because our country is ruled by an old tyrant, an old dictator. At this point, I think a military coup may be possible. This moment may come in the next 12 months," said Gallyamov, referring to Putin. The dissatisfaction of the population has increased especially after the sanctions imposed by Western countries on Russia. "Incidentally, the Russian funeral industry may be one of the few sectors benefiting from the war, even though other sectors are suffering from international sanctions," he said. According to him, the cunning macho image of Putin in the eyes of the people is already disappearing, even the Russian people think that Putin should leave an hour earlier. "So I think it just takes a little more organization to light the fuse for a coup d'état across the country," added Gallyamov. Gallyamov also said he believes Putin could cancel the presidential elections expected to be held in March 2024.
Putin's Plan B
On the other hand, the Russian leader will not give up his goal easily, he has already thought of a new political move, a move that will be made with the return to the political scene of Putin's number one man, we are talking about General Viktor Medvedchuk. As it seems, Putin has already understood that the invasion of Ukraine is nothing but a dream of his that he could not realize, so he will offer a compromise after landing with his feet on the ground. According to Putin's plan B, Kiev can continue to exist but on the condition that it is a country loyal to Russia and led by Medvedchuk. The latter has often stated that he is organizing a group of opponents outside the borders of Ukraine who are against the current policies of the Ukrainian government or more precisely against the policies of Zelensky. His goal is to create a team to destroy Zelensky's ideology and then to overthrow the Ukrainian leader himself in order to succeed him. A year ago, Medvedchuk was arrested to face charges of treason and terrorist financing, charges he has denied. After nine months, he took refuge in Moscow thanks to the exchange of prisoners, a proposal that came from the Ukrainian leader Zelensky himself, who asked for prisoners of war held by the Russian forces in exchange. Although expelled from Ukraine, Medvedchuk has never given up on what he calls his dream to bring a different regime to Ukraine than that of current President Zelensky. According to him, the Zelenksy regime is a regime that has dismantled democracy and legality. The ideology of the leader of Ukraine is based only on the instructions of Zelensky and his criminal circle. And it is he who thinks that the time has come to put an end to such a regime.
A puppet government in Ukraine
Just a few days ago, British intelligence services stated that Russia is considering Ukrainian politician Yevhen Murayev to lead the new puppet government that the Russian leader is thought to create if he loses the war. But these claims have been rejected both by Russian officials and by Murayev himself, who, during a statement for the Observer newspaper, has announced that something like this is a literal fiction of the West. He called for an end to the division of politicians in Ukraine into pro-Western and pro-Russian and said the country needs new leaders.