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Russia and the EU reached a deal on Ukraine in 2020. Russia ceased to support the pro-Russian rebellion in East Ukraine in exchange for the EU lifting sanctions against Russia. Ukraine reasserted sovereignty over East Ukraine. The EU redesignated Crimea as a disputed territory rather than as a Russian-occupied Ukrainian territory.
Opposition to corruption became more widespread in Russia during 2020 and 2021. United Russia, the ruling party of Russia, was perceived as a stronghold of corruption by many Russians, but Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, remained popular.
Konstantin Malofeyev, a prominent Russian oligarch, who supports Putin, was elected chairman of Rodina, a Russian nationalist political party, which supports Putin. Konstantin Malofeyev is a monarchist, and he proposed restoring the Russian monarchy. Rodina gained support from a lot of Russians, who supported Putin, but were sick and tired of United Russia because of corruption.
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation, which supports Putin to some extent, but which is strongly opposed to the economic policy of the Russian government, gained popular support, because it was strongly opposed to the Russian pension reform of 2018, which increased the age of retirement from 60 years to 65 years for men and from 55 years to 60 years for women.
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No doubt as we speak feminists are organising against these patriachal pension reforms. Women having to work five years less before they can claim a pension: what villainy!
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Malofeyev is actually a very prominent Russian oligarch. He has close ties to Putin and to Salvini. Malofeyev is a Russian nationalist, a monarchist and an Orthodox Christian. He is a staunch enemy of Western liberalism and globalism. I admire Malofeyev. I support right-wing populism. I want Salvini to take power in Italy. 
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