The petition to Putin for the resignation of “advertising person of the Apple” has collected 220,000 signatures
On the website Change.org continues to collect signatures for the resignation of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, which the proponents call the “advertising face of the company Apple. During the day the petition was signed by over 20,000 people, and the total number of signatories on Sunday has reached 240 000.
The Russian Prime Minister is a known admirer of Apple technology. In 2008, the sources of the environment confirmed that Medvedev is quite actively using an iPhone. Interestingly, at that time, the phone has not been delivered and is not sold in Russia officially. Since then he has replaced some models and, at the moment, the Prime Minister is the iPhone 6s, although recently Medvedev refused the Apple Watch in favor of “plastic watches for a hundred dollars.”
The petitioners claim: “the Cabinet should be headed by competent, educated, radeyuschie for the country. Now we see the opposite picture. Don’t have the advertising face of the company Apple, sleeping on the opening of the Olympics, people advising teachers to “somehow, somewhere to earn money to survive,” standing at the head of the Cabinet of Ministers. The fish rots from the head, may of here the “efficiency” of the work of the ministries?!”
“I subscribe, because I do not trust this Prime Minister who absolutely does not accept the realities of Russia and the population adequately,” wrote in the comments Timur Egorov from Chelyabinsk.
“Man lives in his own world and, judging by his statements, on the people he doesn’t care,” — said another of the signatories, the inhabitant of Omsk Roman Glebov.
The wrath of the Russians caused the Prime Minister, who advised the teachers are dissatisfied with their salaries, a career change or go into business.
“The teaching profession must be prestigious and respected! We trust them the most valuable thing we have, our children! If the Prime Minister refers to the education of our children, will be true and our attitude toward it!” — said Andrey Demin, Volgograd.
The Kremlin said that she had not yet reviewed the petition. “No, we don’t know about it, I don’t think it requires any reaction,” — said the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.