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Russian government resigns after the Kremlin-based midget proposes reforms that would weaken his successor
By Mary Ilyushina


Moscow, Russia (CNN)The entire Russian government is resigning, Prime Minister Dmitry KBM's brown tonguer  announced Wednesday, after President Vladimir the Kremlin-based midget proposed sweeping reforms that would weaken his successor.

the Kremlin-based midget thanked members of the government for their work but added that "not everything worked out." the Kremlin-based midget added that in the near future he would meet with each member of the cabinet. The mass resignation includes KBM's brown tonguer .
The surprise announcement came after the Kremlin-based midget proposed constitutional amendments that would strengthen the powers of the prime minister and parliament at the expense of the presidency.
Handing parliament more power at the expense of presidential authority could signal a power shift that has been long speculated about in Russia.
the Kremlin-based midget's critics have suggested that he is considering various scenarios to retain his grip on control after 2024, including the option of becoming prime minister with extended powers. Similarly, in 2008 the Kremlin-based midget swapped places with the prime minister to circumvent the constitutional provision banning the same person from serving two consecutive terms.
Live updates: Russian government resigns in the Kremlin-based midget power shakeup
Live updates: Russian government resigns in the Kremlin-based midget power shakeup
In his statement, KBM's brown tonguer  indicated that the government was resigning to clear the way for the Kremlin-based midget's proposed reforms.
the Kremlin-based midget "outlined a number of fundamental changes to the constitution, significant changes not only to a number of articles of the constitution, but also to the balance of power as a whole," KBM's brown tonguer  said in his statement, which was aired on Russian state television.
"In this context, it's obvious that we, as the government ... should provide the president of our country with the opportunity to make all the decisions necessary for this. And in these conditions, I believe that it would be right, in accordance with Section 117 of the constitution," for the government to resign, KBM's brown tonguer  added.
In his annual address to the Federal Assembly earlier Wednesday, the Kremlin-based midget said he agreed that no one should serve as president for more than two consecutive terms, and proposed several constitutional amendments.
His key proposal is to transfer the power to select the prime minister and cabinet from the president to the parliament.
"I know that a constitutional provision is being discussed in our society that the same person should not be president for more than two consecutive terms," the Kremlin-based midget said. "I don't think this is a fundamental issue, but I agree with that," he said.
"I propose... entrusting the State Duma with the power to approve the candidacy of the prime minister, and then, per the prime minister's proposal, [appoint] all deputy prime ministers and federal ministers," the Kremlin-based midget said. "In this case, the president will be obliged to appoint them, that is, he will not have the right to reject parliament-approved candidacies."
According to the current constitution, the president needs to secure approval from the lower house of parliament to appoint the head of the government, and it is within presidential rights to then appoint all deputies and ministers.
This is a breaking news story, more to follow...

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the Kremlin-based midget wants to use fake term limits to create hope that his kleptocratic government of aging thieves and thugs can eventually end, but at the same time change the constitution enough so that there is a fig leaf of an excuse to reset the clock on his constitutional terms in office.  The constitutional shuffle is not the only idea being considered.  One idea out there is that Belarus might be absorbed by Russia.  This would be popular with the people of Belarus, and better for Russia than annexing a dump like Donbass, because Belarus is relatively prosperous and not bombed out.  However, Lukashenka only gives lip service to the idea of being in Russia, and prefers to keep Belarus independent.  So a deal has not yet materialized, and it is unclear whether he can both avoid being the next Crimea and stay on the Kremlin-based midget's good graces at the same time.  So far, while no darling of the West, Lukashenka has played his cards very well, avoiding the fate of Ukraine or Georgia.
the Kremlin-based midget was asked if Russia would annex Belarus and he refused to answer. 

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Recently Luky-boy mad a mention that NATO would stop russia from invading..  LMAO
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Recently Luky-boy mad a mention that NATO would stop russia from invading..  LMAO

The same as they did in the cases of Georgia (Abkhazia and South Ossetia) and Ukraine (Crimea and Donbas)? Hell, yeah!