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Russia, Central Asia, and The Caucasus Post-Soviet Russia and some neglected smaller neighbors.

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MOSCOW, May 8 (RIA Novosti) – Russia’s influential Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Surkov stepped down on Wednesday, in what one analyst described as the power vertical political system that Surkov once helped to create “swallowing its own fathers.”


“The president has accepted Surkov’s resignation,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday.


He added that Surkov, long known as a powerful Kremlin ideologue, submitted his resignation on Tuesday after President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with the Cabinet, at which Putin harshly criticized the ministers.
Peskov said that “the president’s decision to accept his resignation” was connected to the carrying out of decrees issued by Putin last May and to the work of the government commission responsible for that. He did not elaborate.

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