The deputy who listened to Putin’s message with noodles in his ears will be expelled from the CPRF
The Committee on Regulations of the Samara Regional Duma announced a public reprimand and proposed to expel from the party the deputy from the CPRF, Mikhail Abdalkin, who posted a video on the Internet in which he watches Vladimir Putin’s message to the Federal Assembly with noodles in his ears.
On March 1, Samara deputies voted to expel Abdalkin from the CPRF.
The head of the LDPR faction in the regional parliament, Alexander Stepanov, suggested sending Abdalkin to military service.
Mikhail Abdalkin himself reported on the Telegram channel that he was released to the police on March 1.
Earlier, State Duma deputy from “United Russia” Alexander Khishtein demanded to punish Abdalkin.
The head of the press service of the CPRF faction in the State Duma, Alexander Yushchenko, called Abdalkin’s concession “stupid” and promised that it would not go unnoticed by the Central Audit Commission of the Communist Party.
Abdalkin himself published the video on his personal pages in social networks, noting that he watched the message at the request of the leadership of the CPRF faction in the regional Duma. “I fully support, fully agree, excellent performance. I haven’t heard anything like it in the last 23 years. I’m pleasantly surprised,” Abdalkin commented on the video.
- On February 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a message to the Federal Assembly. He again accused Western countries and Ukraine of “deception”, “colonialism” and “neoliberal totalitarian values” and declared that the Russian invasion of Ukraine was forced. Putin proposed to create a separate state fund to help participants in the war in Ukraine, as well as the families of the dead. And at the end of the message, he announced that Russia is suspending its participation in the Treaty on Strategic Offensive Weapons.