The opposition criticized the reshuffle between Medvedev and Putin
Russian opposition criticizes the proposal of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's support for the candidacy of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, the Russian president. "The worst scenario for Russia is the absence of regime change," said the leader of the opposition party "People's Party for Freedom," Nemtsov told Radio "Liberty". According to him, this will lead to "capital flight, emigration wave and the degradation of the state." Party co-chairman Michael Kassiyanov stressed that if Vladimir Putin became president of power will inevitably lead to collapse. The leader of the party "Yabloko" Mitrokhin said that the shift in tandem nothing to do with modernization, which primarily provides updated power. He agreed, and the Communist leader Gennady Zyuganov, who believes that personnel changes will not lead to significant changes. From the "Fair Russia", said that they would not support the candidacy of the presidential election of Vladimir Putin in March next year. Recall that the Russian president, Dmitry Medvedev, Vladimir Putin offered to run for president.