Each day the situation in Russia becomes more and more difficult, worser and worser. De jure unemployment is not very high, but there are more than 6% of population who are unemployed or is "on holiday without salary." The government lives in its own world speaking every day about magic land flowing with milk and honey under the rule of infallible like the Pope Mr Putin.
But the degree of public protest increases day to day. If a boiling kettle is closed, it will explode. The first results we could see several days ago in Riga, a capital of Latvia, a former part of Russia. This was nothing compared with what is to come.
Riga. These were cars of the police