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Mark Feygin: “Putin’s fate is in the balance”


Mark Feygin believes that the fate of Putin directly depends on the degree of the catastrophic defeat of the Russian Federation in the Kherson region.

Russian human rights activist Mark Feygin predicted the consequences of the loss of occupied Kherson for Russian President Vladimir Putin. He spoke about this on the air of “Groshi”.

Feygin noted that the fate of Putin directly depends on the degree of the catastrophic defeat of the Russian Federation in the Kherson region.

If this is a rout, then this may lead to movements within the Russian Federation around the “collective Putin.” If there is an understanding that this is the end and this campaign cannot be won, then the question will arise of what to do next.

Mark Feygin

He does not rule out that changes may take place in the Kremlin.

If Shoigu can be removed from command, then Putin can also be removed from him. Such decisions can be made by those who are not inclined to adventure. There is a “personal Putin” and there is a “collective Putin.” So he can take responsibility for how to get out of this war. It could be members of the Security Council. Maybe Putin himself will pretend that you will take responsibility, but I no longer make decisions.

Mark Feygin

He also believes that Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, and Alexander Bortnikov, Director of the FSB, can play the leading roles in this matter.