US-based Time magazine has recently published a curious article about the hopes that the Russian opposition pins on Joseph Biden. After Biden steps into the White House, a new era will begin, which will finally open the way for Russia to democracy, the article says. At least, this is how the opposition sees the future of Russia.
When Biden takes office
“When Biden enters the White House in January, Russia’s embattled opposition figures want the U.S. President to more forcefully confront the Putin regime with more rigorous and widespread sanctions in order to help them rebuild democracy in Russia,” the article says.
Who are these “embattled opposition figure”? Of course, it goes about Alexey Navalny, although he does not comment. The article only says that he congratulated Biden on his victory. Well, the author of the article noted that the Democratic candidate, unlike Trump, condemned the “poisoning” of Navalny.Another “opposition leader”, activist of the Russian democratic movement Vladimir Kara-Murza was obviously delighted to talk to Time. Having stated that “it is only Russians who can bring democracy to Russia,” he immediately gets down to business: